The new Summer Selling eGuides are now available! It’s difficult to know when is the best time to sell, or how to get the most money for your house, but you don’t need to go through the process alone. You may be wondering if prices are projected to rise or fall…or if you should rent […]
Flooring is a very important part of preparing your home for sale. Buyers want to purchase a home that is move in ready and the flooring will reveal to the buyer how well the home has been maintained. Watch this quick video from home staging expert Carla Woolnough to find out if your floors are […]
The condition and placement of your furniture can make an impression on potential buyers. Watch this quick video for some simple tips on maximizing your home’s first impression. Get your free “Fit to Sell” Action Plan Booklet Now! As a home seller, the goal is to sell at the best possible price and as quickly as […]
You’ve heard it a million times: “you only get one chance to make a first impression”. No where is this more important than when selling your home. From the minute a buyer pulls up to your driveway they are forming an impression – and if it’s not a good one many will drive right on […]
Ever wonder what rooms are most important to buyers? When it comes to selling your home you need to consider how a buyer would view each room. This video will show you how to make the best first impression from the minute the buyers walk in your front door – and keep them interested throughout […]
Home security experts recommend motion-detector lighting to be installed on all 4 sides of a home. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial of how to get it done.
In this 4-minute video from the DIY Network, you’ll learn how to identify your home’s leaky windows, and how to seal them with caulk. The job requires a little bit of elbow grease, but it’s manageable for even the notice handyman.
In public places, avoiding “germy” places can be difficult. But within your home, you can easily create germ-free spaces.
In this 2-minute video from HowCast, you’ll learn the basics of blind-cleaning with nothing more than a dust cloth and towel, a sponge and all-purpose cleaner, and ordinary dryer sheets.
Gutters are designed to funnel rainwater away from a home. Properly working gutters help keep a home’s basement from filling with water, and protect a home’s foundation from long-term, structural damage, and keep a roof in tip-top shape.