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Monthly Archives: May 2017

    7 Benefits of Smaller Homes

    By Natasha | May 31, 2017

    You bought a starter home that gave you entire into the world of home ownership, but now, your requirements have changed … you’ve added a spouse or children, you’ve moved your office home, or you’ve started a hobby that requires more space than you have. Now, you want to sell your beloved home, but all... Read More

    Vacation plans? Keep your home secure!

    By Natasha | May 15, 2017

    Spring is in the air and vacation plans may not be far behind!  Whether you are embarking on a weekend getaway or an extended trip, it’s critical that you make arrangements to ensure the safety of your new home.  Implement the following suggestions and enjoy increased peace of mind on your get-away! Befriend a  neighbor.  A formal Neighborhood... Read More

    9 Ways to pick the right public school district

    By Natasha | May 11, 2017

    We say we are buying a house. But for most of us parents, the house is not the whole story. It is the local public school we are investing in, and sometimes it can be a very daunting financial and personal decision. How do parents evaluate the schools their children may attend and escape the... Read More

    Enjoy the backyard of your home

    By Natasha | May 10, 2017

    Spring is in the air and its time to journey outside your home and enjoy the crisp air, beautiful flowers and sunshine.  Chances are you will find yourself spending more time outside enjoying this new season and catching up with the pruning, trimming and gardening around your home. You may have recently bought a home and... Read More

    The 10 Home Styles That Are Most Popular Around America

    By Natasha | May 1, 2017

    If you’re in the market to buy a house (or about to begin), you’re likely to be engaging in a crash course in home styles. Do you go Craftsman or go Traditional, which is more popular in the Northeast, Midwest and Mountain region. Meanwhile, the Southwest seems to favor Ranch-styles. But let’s back up a... Read More