Pizza Drone? The day is not that far away when you’ll hear a tip tap at the front door and open it to find your friendly neighborhood pizza drone just waiting for you to collect your order (pineapple optional…). After all, it’s already happening in Australia. As it turns out, drones are handy things to … Continue reading Real Estate Photography, Here Come the Drones!
Homeowners often seriously consider selling their homes on their own. Although going FSBO has the potential to save a few bucks, there’s a lot to know before jumping in. What is a FSBO? In real estate agent speak, “Fiz-Bows” are homes that are being sold and marketed by their owners; it’s short for For Sale … Continue reading FSBO? Colorado Are You REALLY Ready to Sell Your Home Yourself?
One of the many great reasons of owning your own home is that you can do pretty much whatever you want when it comes to hanging things on the wall. No landlord will charge you $1 per hole you poke through the drywall. So, that’s kind of nice. You can let your creative side have … Continue reading What to Consider When Planning a Family Picture Wall.
You know “what goes up must come down,” so goes the saying. And, to that end, what goes forward must also go in reverse. Turns out the same also applies to mortgages, well sort of. Except, instead of being a direct inverse from a “forward” mortgage, reverse mortgages are kind of their own special thing. … Continue reading Reverse Mortgage?
“Siri, what’s the temperature today?” “Alexa, play amazon fire tv!” “Google, turn off the lights!” You know the drill. We’re all starting to talk to ourselves under the guise of speaking to our smart speakers and voice assistants. There’s nothing at all wrong with this, and it’s a future no one could have conceived even … Continue reading Smart Switches and Light Plugs Can Do What For My Home?
Top Credit Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Home Everybody makes mistakes, particularly when it comes to their credit. The process by which your credit score is generated has long been veiled in shadows, making it particularly easy to misstep without even knowing it. Yet, there are certain mistakes that homebuyers make again and again, … Continue reading The Top Credit Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Home
Trying to understand how your property taxes are calculated can often feel like unraveling one of the deepest mysteries of the universe. And, it is vitally important that you get your arms around this, if you are subject to it, as it’s often a large expense that you may be burdened with for a lifetime. … Continue reading How Are Property Taxes Calculated?
The snow starts to melt, the brightly colored flowers are blooming, and robins boogie cheerfully around the yard, another cycle of the real estate market begins. If you are considering listing your home this year, it’s not too late to get started. March and April can be great months for putting your house in front … Continue reading What to Do Before Listing Your Home This Spring!
O Has open shelving become a want in your kitchen? Whether on Pinterest or a recorded video of Fixer Upper, open shelving in the kitchen is all the rage. Open Shelving is look with widespread appeal. This versatile design choice works in the city or the country; it’s equally suited for a rustic farmhouse-style home and a modern Brooklyn brownstone. … Continue reading Open Shelving Kitchen Addition: Pros and Cons
REALTOR® is a federally registered collective membership mark which identifies a real estate professional who is member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. When you’re shopping for a house, or even just considering buying one, there’s one person that you absolutely need on your side: a Realtor®. … Continue reading You need a Realtor® to Ease Your Home Purchase, Here’s Why.