Get More from Your Home Renovation

Your home is most likely your biggest asset. To get the most from this major investment, keep your property in good condition. Keeping your property in top condition may involve a renovation project from time to time. Not all updates are created equal. Certain renovation projects bring stronger Return on Investments (ROI) than others. How…

Open House Planning For Savvy Home Hunters

Anyone for an open house? With the spring real estate market under way, it’s a great time to take advantage of the numerous open houses in the area. An open house plan helps avoid wasted time and home-hunting burnout. Use these 5 tips to make the most of your open house efforts… 1. Know what…

Using Natural Decor To Raise The Mood In Your Home

Natural decor can significantly change your mood. In a culture of concrete jungles and urban bustle, you can use natural decor to make your home a calm, natural oasis, to look forward to at the end of your day. There are many ways to invite nature into your home; here are 5 to get you…

Reach Your Home Downpayment Goal

Finding your dream home can be a process, but when you see it, somehow you know that’s the home for you. Having your home downpayment ready helps ensure that when you find *the one*, you can make it yours. Here are 5 tips to help you successfully save for your home downpayment… Know your home…

Popular 2019 Smart Home Devices

Smart home devices have been growing in popularity for the last several years. Improvements in smart home technology make these high-tech gadgets increasingly sought after in modern homes. We’ve come a long way since the early days when all smart home devices could do was turn things off and on. Let’s take a look at…

5 Tips To Go Green With Your Laundry

If you’re looking to reduce your eco-footprint and be kinder to the earth, your laundry room is a great place to go green.  Go green with your laundry using these 5 helpful tips 1. Condense laundry to do full loads Even modern, energy-efficient washing machines can use 40 gallons of water, per load of laundry….