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    Best Residential Outdoor Projects and Improvements with Highest Joy Scores and Best Return on Investment

    By Admin | May 10, 2023

    Would you be happier if your outdoor space was remodeled with a fireplace, a swimming pool, or a new wood deck? In the 2023 Remodeling Impact Report: Outdoor Features, the National Association of REALTORS® found that nearly all homeowners reported increased happiness with their completed outdoor projects – 9.7 out of a possible “Joy Score” of 10. Using Census... Read More

    Small Home Improvements, Big Results

    By Jack Cassedy | March 13, 2023

    Whether you’re selling your home or wanting to add more decorative flair, consider small improvements with little money or time spent. The first thing you want to do is boost your curb appeal. Your home’s front entrance is crucial to first impressions. Add a new steel door or paint your existing door with a trendy new color.... Read More

    Selling an Out of Sate Home

    By Admin | February 22, 2023

    No matter where your property is located, right in our backyard or across the country, we can absolutely help you sell it. Whether you’re interested in selling an inherited property, a second home, vacation rental, or your own home after moving out of state, we can help handle your long-distance property sale and make the... Read More

    A Quick and Easy Decluttering Guide

    By Admin | November 28, 2022

    With more stuff than you probably need or want, decluttering before a move can seem overwhelming, but you don’t want to pay movers to move or store items you don’t use, love, or want. Here are some tips to make it quicker and easier: Start Small. Label moving boxes for selling, donating, or throwing away.... Read More

    Is now the time to remodel?

    By Admin | September 30, 2022

    With today’s runaway inflation and rising interest rates, it may seem like a good idea to put your remodeling plans on hold. Or, maybe not. According to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, remodeling expenditures are expected to cool... Read More

    What Buyers Want in 2022

    By Admin | August 5, 2022

    Virtual interior designer/home stager compiled a wish list from numerous online sources that experts say homebuyers want in 2022. Many popular features aren’t what home sellers may think. Before you upgrade your home to sell, consider these top five homebuyer preferences: Laundry rooms Exterior lighting Ceiling fans Patios Walk-in pantries Laundry rooms. Homebuyers don’t want to go... Read More

    Interior Painting Tips

    By Admin | March 2, 2022

    Buying a home is a fresh start in many ways, and one of the first things you may want to do is paint your new interior. While the neutrals that seller may have chosen are okay, you may want to repaint with color choices of your own.  Start with a high quality paint that is designed to last, and plan... Read More

    Window Replacement Guide

    By Admin | February 24, 2022

    How do you know it’s time to replace the windows in your older home? According to, some signs are obvious – hot and cold air leaks; condensation; warped, rotting or damaged frames; difficulty opening and closing; cracks or breakage; mold growth; noise pollution from outdoors; and high energy bills. If your windows are cold-to-the-touch in... Read More

    5 home decor trends for 2022

    By Admin | February 21, 2022

    The way Americans use their homes has changed since the advent of the pandemic and has informed interior design trends for 2022.  These ideas are so smart, they’re likely to stick around even after the pandemic is over.  Smart furniture – According to, the smart furniture industry is on track to reach $244 million by 2024.... Read More

    The Post-COVID Appeal of Suburbia

    By Admin | February 17, 2022

    Do homebuyers want the same things in their next home as they did before the COVID pandemic? In some ways, yes, and in others, no. According to the latest summertime survey, post-COVID homebuyers are willing to spend more money on a home, have saved more money toward a downpayment as they sheltered in place,... Read More