Contrary to popular belief, winter is a great time to buy a home. Although the peak season to buy a house is around spring and summer, there are many advantages to searching during the winter...READ MORE
Winter is far from the ideal listing season, having a quarter of the sales we see in spring markets. Although selling in the snowy season adds some difficulty, we call it a welcomed challenge. Having survived over 35 years in Newton real estate, we’ve got some helpful strategies and tips for anyone looking to sell.
A recap of our 2019 Winter Risk Prevention.
Preparing a home for the winter can sound overwhelming, but these tips can usually be done within a weekend, and you will be better prepared for whatever weather comes your way.
Wondering if you can still list your home and sell the property during the winter? We are here to tell you all about it!
Tips to make your home cozy and appealing to prospective buyers.
The cold winter's chill brings with it festive decor and lazy afternoons in front of the fire but it can also mean a higher electrical bill. Here are nine simple ways you can save a little money on heating and keep you nice and toasty this winter.
As the colder weather moves in across the country, home owners have to make sure their heating systems are up to speed. To help protect against breakdowns, American Home Shield offers five expert tips to maintain heating systems and help homes stay nice and cozy all winter.
Mainting a home throughout the winter requires a good amount of care and attention. When the home is vacant, it is key to prepare it for freezing temperatures and the other home-risks of [...]
According to the Theory of Supply and Demand, you’ll make the most money when demand is high and supply is low. The National Association of Realtors reported that buyer activity was three times greater this past January than in January 2014. They also state that there are fewer houses on the market now than there
Here is one of our fantastic brokers Rikki Conley braving Thursday's snow storm! Notice how the snow is even taller than the sign!
Those pretty icicles forming on your roof may cause a lot more damage than you think. Not only could they fall and cause damage, but they can also cause ice dams. Ice dams occur after periods of heavy snow and several days of freezing temperatures. They can cause water damamge and gutter collapse.
The holidays are fast approaching. Regardless of what denomination you are- the next couple of months are probably going to be more hectic than most as you prepare to conclude 2011 with friends and family. If your home is on the market, this time of year is also particularly tricky. Fortunately there is great advice for those of you looking [...]