Fail-proof Ways to Boost Curb Appeal


First impressions mean everything, and when prospective buyers or realtors take their first look at your home, they'll immediately study your home's facade and front lawn. While an overhaul such as new siding can cost thousands, there are plenty of budget-friendly ways to improve the look of your home.


12 "Extras" That Add Value to Your Home

The first projects you think will ad value to your home are usually kitchen and bathroom remodels. Sometimes you just don?t have the time or money to do a complete overhaul, especially if you are planning on selling in the near future. If you don?t have a modern kitchen or master bathroom, don?t fret! Your home might already have some features than can increase your home?s price tag.

5 New Home Mistakes to Avoid


A new home is a huge investment that stands to appreciate significantly if you invest wisely. By avoiding the following five mistakes you can turn your home into a major asset instead of a draining [...]

Avoid Yard Devastation

Cultivating one’s yard is a delicate balance that can be easily thrown into chaos and devastated. There are five common ways the yard is threatened by devastation ignoring harmful tree and plant varieties, neglecting pest control, poor planing, excess mulch or gravel, and overcommitting.

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Easy Ways To Revamp Your Landscaping For A Spring Sale

“Curb appeal” aka how a house looks from the curb is one of the first things buyers notice. If it’s messy and unkempt, that first impression will color the buyers opinion of the rest of the home. Fortunately it’s not costly or time consuming the spruce up your yard. These are xa few tips to get started.

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