Cookie Cutter Subdivisions: Why You May Want One Of These Homes

During and just after the Great Depression, multiple new subdivisions were created, and contractors were engaged to build several homes that looked exactly the same on every single lot. Every home was the exact same size and boasted the same features and the same number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Shortly thereafter, the phrase "cookie-cutter home" was coined in reference to this style of construction. It referenced the fact that if you use the exact same cookie cutter to cut out several cookies that were exactly alike, and it applied to these subdivisions and the homes in them. Read More 

Highlights To Consider When Looking To Rent Out Your Condo

Buying a condo for your home is a great investment and provides you with shelter and protection. But when you need to move elsewhere selling your condo may not be the best option for you based on the current real estate market values and your equity in the property. However, you can rent out your property to help cover its costs to buy you time until the real estate market warms up. Read More 

Why To Start Preparing To Sell Your Home Months In Advance Of Putting It On The Market

Sometimes, life can be unpredictable, and you may have to move suddenly. Other times, you may have several months to prepare ahead of your move. The more advance notice you have, the better it is since there are so many things you need to do to get your home ready for the market, sell it, and then move. Here are some important reasons to start planning your move as early as possible. Read More 

Selling Your Home In A Rush? 3 Reasons To Rely On Home Staging Services

If you're in a hurry to sell your home, you may be concerned about how you can present it to buyers as positively as possible. Instead of ending up with your home sitting on the market for a long time, you should look into exactly what you can do to your home to help it look as appealing as possible. If you don't have a lot of experience doing decorating work, consider how hiring professionals for home staging can be useful. Read More 

Why It Makes More Sense To Build A Home

When most home buyers purchase a home, they will purchase one that already exists. This is often because of the lower cost of purchasing an existing home. However, there are several reasons why purchasing an already existing home can backfire. More Customizable When you purchase an existing home, you could choose to customize it by renovating. For example, you could knock out a wall or convert an existing attic space into a bedroom. Read More