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    Long Distance Moving Checklist

    By Lauren Greer | June 28, 2018

    A long distance move is an amazing opportunity for a fresh start. However, it can also be stressful, complicated, and expensive. That’s why it’s important to have a plan in place. Start with this checklist to set yourself up for success. Declutter – If you start decluttering as soon as you know you’re moving, you... Read More

    The Best Tips for Decluttering Before You Move

    By Lauren Greer | June 13, 2018

    If you’re in the process of moving, or about to start moving, or you’ve only just considered making a move, there is one thing you need to do – DECLUTTER. This is your big chance to get rid of all the junk hanging over your head. For one, there is no point in paying to... Read More

    7 Moving Day Essentials You’ll Probably Forget

    By Lauren Greer | June 10, 2018

    With a little planning, it’s easy to avoid the heartache of wanting a cup of coffee the morning after your move and not being able to find the coffee maker. Leave out these 7 items – and consider your own daily routine to add to the list. Toiletries and medications – This includes toilet paper... Read More

    Pros and Cons of an HOA that Everyone Should Consider

    By Lauren Greer | June 7, 2018

    Home buyers have a lot to consider before purchasing a new home or condo. Location, size, price, and style are all big factors, but for a lot of people Homeowners Associations are the biggest deciding factor in whether they will purchase a certain home. Some people refuse to even consider a neighborhood with an HOA,... Read More

    6 Secrets to Buying a Home Out of State

    By Lauren Greer | June 4, 2018

    Buying a home is stressful enough as it is, but buying a home from out of state comes with a whole new set of hurdles to overcome. You might feel like you’re rolling the dice, but with the right people on your team and these essential tips, you can make a choice with no regrets.... Read More

    4 Arguments a Couple Might Have when Buying a House

    By Lauren Greer | May 29, 2018

    Few things test a relationship quite like buying a house together, It makes sense, since there’s a lot on the line. Brace yourselves for an argument or two, but then read about some below so you can discuss how you’ll handle them before they happen. Where to buy – Many couples disagree on the location... Read More

    4 Surprising Ways Your Neighbors can Save You Money

    By Lauren Greer | May 26, 2018

    Many Americans don’t even know their neighbors’ names let alone know them well enough to help them save money. Being friends with your neighbors affords you a lot of great benefits that you may not have otherwise. Here are 4 money saving advantages to being friends with your neighbors. You’ll save on house sitters, baby... Read More

    5 Things You Should Never Leave Out During an Open House

    By Lauren Greer | May 23, 2018

    When an open house is scheduled, you know not to leave your purse or stacks of dirty clothes laying around. However, there are plenty of other items that you should hide or take with you before potential buyers enter your house. Personal items – This includes documents, mail, medications, and any technology that can easily... Read More

    When Bargain Hunting Backfires

    By Lauren Greer | May 20, 2018

    Everybody loves a bargain. While it’s possible to find a bargain on a house, it’s not likely to be served to you on a silver platter. In today’s market, it’s rare to see buyers score a fabulous house in their desired neighborhood for thousands under asking price. To save some money, you may want to... Read More

    6 Inexpensive Ways to Transform a Room Fast

    By Lauren Greer | May 17, 2018

    Are you growing tired of your home décor? Or have you been tired of it for a while, but you haven’t had the time or money to make a change? You’re in luck because we have 6 tips to update your home inexpensively in less than 3 hours. Create an accent wall with removable wallpaper... Read More