Is 2020 the year you’ll finally invest in your own home? If so, here are three things you’ll need to know.
What began as treasure can easily become clutter over the course of a year. If you’re looking to clear out items you no longer use, why not donate it to someone in need? Here are three things you can donate to make a positive difference to someone in your community and reclaim space in your home.
Your home should look its best when it hits the market to help you get the best offers, and each season offers its own challenges. If you’re selling your home in the middle of winter, you’ll likely have to work around lackluster lighting and minimal visual assistance from your plants. However, here are some tips to make sure your home makes the best first impression possible.
2019 was a great year to buy a home. Prices were affordable but on the upswing, interest rates were low, and the economy was good. With that in mind, home improvement resolutions are great regardless of how long you’ve been in your home or what the market looks like!
Happy New Year! With 2020 just around the corner, now is the perfect time to make plans and resolutions. I’d encourage you to make one of your resolutions creating a property inventory for your home or renter’s insurance. Not sure how? I’ve got you covered. I’ve compiled everything you need to know. Take a look, and if this year you or someone you know wants to make a move, let me know! I’ll be glad to help.
3 Steps to Simplify Your Holiday Decoration Cleanup - By Covington Real Estate
There are a lot of things to love about the holidays. Packing everything away at the end of the season doesn’t usually make the list.
If you want to get the best price for your home, a lot of work will need to be done before you put it on the market.
Most real estate agents agree: spring is the busiest home buying season.
The comparable houses (comps) in your area can have a significant impact on your home’s value.
Safety, convenience, space, and design are all important elements to consider when you start thinking about where you’ll live.
Some houses are just made for hosting events. If you plan to regularly entertain in your next home, here are some features you should look for.
A small kitchen can be convenient; everything is within arm’s reach. However, if the size of your kitchen leaves you wondering where to put all your things, these helpful kitchen storage tips may help.
No more trips to the laundromat, shared walls, or noisy upstairs neighbors are just some of the benefits most homeowners enjoy. If you’re dreaming about owning your own home, it’s time to start saving for your down payment. Make your start with these tips!
“Go big or go home” doesn’t have to apply when you’re already talking about your home. You don’t need to invest a ton of time or money to make a big statement in your backyard. Here are some things you can do in your yard that fit both the biggest and smallest budgets.