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3 Services A Real Estate Agent Can Help Facilitate

26 September 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Making the decision to sell your home can be daunting. And while most people know that having the help of an experienced real estate agent can make it easier to list and market a property, few take the time to learn about the many other services a real estate agent can help facilitate when it comes to selling a home. Here are three services you should consider having your real estate agent help you secure if you are planning to put your home on the market in the future. Read More …

Things To Consider With Gun Safes

20 September 2017
 Categories: , Blog

There are not many things in life that are as fun as shooting a nice rifle, pistol, shotgun, or muzzleloader. No matter what you are using your guns for, they are extremely valuable and fun to own. If you own a few guns, then you realize just how important it is to protect them. When you are a gun owner, there is a lot of responsibility to your guns and those people around the guns. Read More …

2 Things to Do Before Placing an Offer on a Home

19 September 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Buying a new home can often be a bit difficult and tricky for many people, typically because there are quite a few potential pitfalls that could result in you buying a house that is not ideal or suitable for you and your family. Thankfully, there are a few things that you can do before placing an offer on a home for sale that can help you avoid those pitfalls, such as the two steps listed below. Read More …

3 Advantages Of Buying A Single-Family Home Instead Of A Condo

17 September 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Are you trying to decide whether to buy a single-family home or a condo? This can be a tough choice, and both options are good in many ways; however, here are three advantages you will receive if you choose a single-family home instead of a condo: No monthly HOA fee The first difference is that condos have monthly fees you must pay to the homeowner's association (HOA). The HOA is a controlling entity of the community in which the condo is in, and this organization uses the fees to pay for repairs and maintenance of common areas and exteriors of the homes. Read More …

Buying A New Home And Spouse Has Dementia? 3 Tips On Choosing The Right Home For Them

14 September 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are planning to buy a new home and your spouse has dementia, you must take some things into consideration before you start looking. This is because buying the right type of home will make things easier on your spouse, as well as for you. Below are some tips to help you get started with this. Open Floor Plan Someone with dementia can easily get lost and that includes getting lost in their own home. Read More …