7 Ways Home Sellers Turn off Homebuyers

By Marcie Geffner (TNS)—When it's time to sell your home, you can invest a ton of time, energy and money into getting the place ready for sale. You might declutter, stage and even remodel the house to make it as appealing to buyers as possible.   Sometimes, though, no amount of preparation … [Read more...]

How to Enhance Your Outdoor Living Space

(Family Features)--No matter the season or the region, outdoor living is more popular than ever, as homeowners look to "bring the indoors out" and create spaces that are true extensions of the home. The newest designs in outdoor living spaces do not simply feature the look of the indoors, but the … [Read more...]

Four Things Not to Do when Putting Your Home on the Market

By Zoe Eisenberg So you've decided to put your home on the market. Congratulations! Hopefully, you've brought a rockin' REALTOR® on board to help you list your spot, and together you've done your due diligence on what to ask for. As you start checking things off your to-do list, it's also … [Read more...]

Home Renovation Projects with the Best ROI

Many people are interested to know what kind of return on investment they can expect when upgrading certain items in their homes and which items they should prioritize first. This is especially relevant when selling their home or investment property. When it comes to house sales and particular … [Read more...]

Top 10 Most Expensive Mistakes You’re Making on Your Home

By Cary Teller Homes cost a lot of money to maintain. Are you spending extra money unnecessarily on the upkeep of your home? Here are 10 of the most expensive mistakes you could be making. 1. Using Traditional Light bulbs If you still have incandescent light bulbs in your home, you could be … [Read more...]

Red vs. Blue States: What 8 Housing Differences Can Tell Us about the Election

By Clare Trapasso By now, we’ve all come to grips with the fact that this is shaping up as the most monumental presidential election in (at least) a generation. The results in November will ultimately determine which way the Supreme Court will lean, who will be allowed into the country, how the … [Read more...]

Don’t Be Wowed: Look for Little Details in a Potential Home

When you walk into what turns out to be your dream home, you’re blown away. It might be the color scheme or the vaulted ceilings or the massive fireplace that does it, but you’re going to notice something right away that really wows you. Every room after that will make you more and more excited. You … [Read more...]

Homeownership Still Desirable for Millennials

The majority of Americans still value homeownership, but millennials face major challenges in realizing this dream, nearly a decade after the subprime crisis. Homeownership in America has taken a beating in the past few years. Eight years after the subprime crisis, homeownership remains at its … [Read more...]

How Single Women Are Changing the Home-Buying Market

By Megan Wild While women in business schools and C-level suites may still hover on the low end when compared to their male counterparts, single women are currently proving to be one of the most important demographics in the home-buying market. The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) … [Read more...]

2 Rate Hikes are Better than 4

By Andrew King With all eyes on the Federal Reserve, real estate brokers around the nation are holding their breaths in anticipation of a strong spring market this year. The year began with some pessimism marked by the double-whammy of the first rate increase since the Great Recession in … [Read more...]

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