The faster you sell your home, the sooner you can move and get settled into your new place. You don’t want to wait months for an offer! But if you’re in a buyer’s market, making your home stand out from all of your competitors can be a bit of a challenge. Fortunately, certain home upgrades—many of which you can do yourself—can help your home sell faster and for more money. Here are some room-by-room projects to tackle before putting your home on the...
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Would you like to remain in your own home as you grow older? According to the AARP, that is a desire for many older Americans. If this is a goal you have in mind, it’s in your best interest to do some planning and preparing.
Examine your home
Is your living environment one that could support you as you grow older? Most traditionally designed homes aren’t structured in a manner conducive to aging in place. For example, you want a home that allows you to live...
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The kids have been back in school for awhile, the leaves are turning and a chill is in the air. If you’re like most homeowners, fall also means an opportunity to spruce up your yard and cut down on the work you’ll need to do when the weather turns warm again. A little bit of work in the fall will really pay off with spring rounds around.