Home buyers may have different styles or design elements they are seeking in their next home, but one feature remains a priority for almost every buyer: ample storage space.
Whether you just moved in and are looking to make improvements, or you’ve called your place “home” for a while and are ready to upgrade, it can be hard to know where to start.
Moving into a new home can easily be a stressful process that requires patience, time, and money.
Even if some of the expenses are unavoidable, there are plenty of ways to keep them down by planning ahead, comparing prices, and rethinking your assumptions about the moving options and costs.
Here are 5 valuable tips about how to stay on a budget during a move, and how to keep money in your bank account before you reach your new doorstep.
Your workspace should be a reflection of what inspires you most. So say goodbye to boring and hello to your new beautiful office headquarters.
Read on for some ways to make your office a productive, comfortable, and exciting place to work.
Lori Auerbach and Julie Vanderblue sat down with David Garofalo of Guaranteed Rate
Affinity to discuss how we can help buyers, sellers and real estate investors
understand the nuances of today’s mortgage climate.
Besides being one of the most important decisions of our lives, buying a home is also a serious financial investment. For most of us, it is the most expensive purchase we’ll ever make in our lifetime.
From browsing houses online to touring prospective neighborhoods, there is a huge number of factors to consider when you decide to make the final step. With that in mind, we have put together our own Ultimate Checklist for Buying a Home
As the demand for short-term rentals is on the rise, more and more people are using Airbnb and HomeAway to make a profit. Sure, the flexible[...]
Here in Fairfield as well as throughout the state, it’s a well-known fact that spring is the most popular time to put your home on the market. Our lush landscapes reappear, blooming dogwood trees line the streets and a home’s curb appeal welcomes the new season of home sellers and buyers.
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