Buying A Home? Deciding Between Your Own Real Estate Agent Or Using The Seller’s

If you are looking to buy a home, most likely you will contact a real estate agent. While it is possible to purchase a home that is being sold by the owner, an agent can provide you with the information on any home that is on the market. However, once you decide to use an agent, you need to decide whether you will go with the seller's agent or find one on your own. Read More 

5 Home Improvements That Can Help Increase Your Home’s Resale Value

If you're looking to sell your home anytime soon, you may want to take a little bit of time looking over your home and updating a few things. You may love the way your home looks with each room painted a different color, but a potential buyer may look at your home as a fixer-upper and want to pay you less for your home. You can increase your home's value and make your home more appealing to a potential buyer with a few home improvements. Read More 

Tips For Planning The Perfect Island Vacation

Island vacations are a great way to soak up some sun and embrace the local culture. If you are planning your very first island vacation, you may not know where to start or what you should be planning. Here's a look at some important things that you should consider as you're working out your destination and itinerary. Consider Your Accommodation Options Knowing where you want to go is one thing, but finding the perfect place to stay once you're there is often more challenging. Read More 

Switching Tenants? 4 Ways To Get Your Rental Home Presentable For Open House

Showing your rental property off during an open house is one of the best ways to attract attention from potential renters—something that is so important if you don't want to lose money by leaving the home vacant for a long time. While photos may be able to disguise some of the less modern features or bad landscaping, your open house won't go well if you don't devote some time and money towards getting it in good shape. Read More 

Do And Don’ts For Homebuyers

If you are considering the purchase of a new home, there are some do's and don'ts that you should observe throughout the process. Here are a few of them:  Don't look for a home until you have been pre-approved for a loan. Sometimes, potential homebuyers receive a pre-qualification notice and assume that they are qualified for that amount. However, pre-qualification does not require the review of all of a person's financial data. Read More