February 12th, 2020 at 11:00 am

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Think millennials aren’t ready to buy a home yet? Think again! Currently, the youngest millennials are 24 years old and the oldest are 39, making millennials the largest generation of homebuyers in the United States. Many are in or are just now entering the homeownership stage of their lives, so if you’re trying to sell your home, there’s a good chance that a millennial buyer will be looking at it, both online and in-person.  (more…)

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February 7th, 2020 at 11:00 am


Fireplaces can easily make your home an instant hit, or total miss. When done right, they can become the focal point of your living room (or any room, for that matter), so a great design is key. Whatever your style is, whether it be modern, traditional, or even minimal, there is is a style for everyone that will make your home feel cozy and homey.

And while fireplaces are now more commonly the grand centerpiece of your hygge-inspired dream home, it was only a couple hundred years ago that it was solely used as the central heat source in a house. Now, fireplaces can be found in multiple rooms in your home and contribute much more than just heat.


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February 5th, 2020 at 11:00 am


Initially developed to be a simple barrier against splashes and stains, the modest backsplash has come a long way in regards to its impact on kitchen design and style. Today, backsplashes are like accent pieces in the kitchen and come in a wide assortment of colors, finishes, and sizes to help homeowners create their dream space. With more options than ever before, it can be both an inspiring and nerve-wracking task to find the right backsplash for your home. (more…)

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January 29th, 2020 at 11:00 am


Buying a home can be overwhelming, but a home inspection checklist can help you keep track. (more…)

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January 22nd, 2020 at 11:00 am


Congratulations! You finally moved into the home of your dreams. Well, almost the home of your dreams. Maybe you’re thinking of upgrading to high-end kitchen appliances, or converting the bedroom next to the master into a huge walk-in closet. Whatever you’re planning, don’t leap into any major projects until you’ve had a chance to live in your new home for a while and think about your real estate goals, experts advise.  (more…)

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