Every month is a National "Something" Month, but one you want to remember is that May is National Home Improvement Month. Why do you want to remember that? Because, you're sure to find big savings for that home project you're thinking about. Check out these great deals and discounts now!
Home renovation has been on an upswing since the start of the pandemic. Homeowners and DIY-ers are pushing a market that hasn't seen as wide a demand in such a short period of time for the last decade.
When you move into a new home, are there things you find that you wish the previous owner did before you bought the place? Pay it forward to the next owners of your home with these simple ideas, as well as give a bump up on your ROI.
There's a lot we get stressed over: traffic, taxes, home renovations. The first two are not completely in your control, but the last one is! We've got three important tips to consider that is sure to help you reduce renovation stress, and just might help eliminate it altogether.
It's not uncommon knowledge that the housing market can at times become competitive. So, it comes at no surprise the looming temptation to make your home sellable. Now before you go make an attempt at boosting your ROI, we have a few things you should AVOID doing. Trust us, your wallet will thank you.
It's inevitable (maybe) that when you buy a home, even if you thought it was THE dream place for you, that you will want to make some changes. We've been there! And whether it's your first, second, or tenth time through this, we've got some tips to keep in mind for making your new house into a home.
Tips for renovating during COVID-19 and how to make working from home work for you.
You wouldn't use a hammer to put in a screw, would you? Well...maybe you would if it was being stubborn and you were losing your patience. The same can be said for hiring the right kind of contractor for your home renovation project. We share why you may want to (and also why not to) hire a specialty contractor.
Home renovations can be a stressful ordeal, especially if it's a big enough project to have a contractor involved. Like anything else, communication is absolutely key. Here are some questions you should always ask a potential contractor.