Things You Should Put Away When Your Home is on the Market

Buyers want to see your house, not all of your personal belongings. Too much “stuff” can obstruct their view of your home and can get in the way of them visualizing how your house can become theirs. As a seller, you want to highlight the positive features of your home, but certain things can distract buyers, and sometimes even offend them or put them off.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Tips to Dealing With Your HOA

Living in an HOA community has its perks, but how you deal with your HOA can make a big difference in your enjoyment of your home and surrounding community.

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Is Professional Home Staging Worth the Extra Effort and Cost?

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to save some cash whenever you can, especially when it comes to operating your home. In fact, you’d be foolish not to take advantage of money-saving tactics if they’re simple and don’t come with consequences.

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Why You Should Consider Buying the Worst Home on the Best Street

Buying an awesome house in a great neighborhood that’s turn-key and requires little to no work sounds like a no-brainer, right? Not always, especially if that home just happens to be the most expensive one on the block. In cases like these, buying the best home in the area might not necessarily be a good idea.

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Buyers: How to Maximize Your Time Spent at an Open House

If you’re on the prowl for a home, visiting open houses should probably be on your to-do list. After scouring the internet looking at a ton of listings, visiting open houses provides you with the opportunity to not only see homes up close and personal, but also get your foot in the door in terms of a successful offer on a property that catches your eye.

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