If you're like us, you're very excited that spring is here! Maybe you want to shake things up with some spring home updates? Well, here are a few ideas to get you ready to enjoy all that spring has to offer.
If you've been looking at buying or selling your home right now, you've probably seen that there is a housing shortage. This isn't localized to our area, it is a problem across the United States. Interest rates are historically low, millennials are ready to purchase their first homes, and there is a lack of inventory in the real estate market right now. So, what should you keep in mind with the current housing shortage?
As you get ready to list your home, you've got many things on your mind. You want to make sure that you get the most money out of your investment, but what does that actually mean when it comes to your home? Here are a few things to keep in mind when selling your home.
Is it time to sell your home to something larger or smaller? If you're ready to sell your current home, most likely you've got a current mortgage. So, what does that mean for you? How does it work to sell a home with a mortgage? Here are a few things to think about.
If you were going to list your home this spring and didn't, we all understand. It was an uncertain market and showings were difficult to schedule. But, if you're still on the fence about listing your home, now is a GREAT time, and here's why.
Contrary to popular belief, fall is a great time to sell your house! The market is still really active and there is less competition. So, what is the best way to sell your home this fall? Staging! Specifically, by embracing all the warm, fuzzy feelings that fall gives by tastefully staging and decorating your home for the season.
DIY projects for your home can be fun, or they can be a chore. It all depends on what you get out of it. If you're looking to complete a few projects that will turn into a higher home value, keep reading. We've got 6 DIY projects that will increase your home value.
The current real estate market in the Grand Valley is HOT. Houses are only on the market for a few days before offers come in, and inventory is low. With all that good news for sellers, don't forget the importance of staging your home when you list it. Here are a few reasons to stage your home.
Are you thinking about brightening up your yard in the next couple of years? Perennial blooming plants are a great way to achieve that and increase your home’s curb appeal. There is a lot to choose from, but you want to make sure that you’re getting plants meant for the area. The USDA counts Fruita in hardiness zone 6b, so here are a few plants that have beautiful flowers that can withstand our climate.
Price matters. It is the first thing everyone does when they start a home search. Sure, a buyer might want certain amenities, locations, or features of a house, but if the price isn’t right, they probably won’t purchase that house. Below are 5 considerations to pricing your home.