Happy New Year, everyone! I hope that you all had a safe and fun New Year’s Eve and that you’re eager to start the new year. I spent my holidays in sunny Florida, and I miss the warm weather!
Tax time is around the corner. Do you know the tax implications of selling a home?
If you’re thinking of buying a home this year, make sure that your credit report is accurate first. If there are any mistakes, fix them immediately.
Here are a few tips for increasing your home energy conservation (which means more money in your pocket this season).
A new trend in homes is Tiny Homes. Do you think you could live in one?
Have you ever thought about buying a vacation home, but couldn’t rationalize paying for a home you aren’t usually in? Here’s a way to make it pay for itself!
Brighten up your yard with some colorful cold-loving plants.
And if you want indoor plants, here’s how to ensure that you won’t ever kill them again.
In time for the new year, here are some financial new year’s resolutions that we should all have.
Renters paid $441 billion in rent in 2014. Were you one of them?
Organizing tips to keep your home looking its best.
13 one-hour office DIY projects that will give your workspace a new look.
After you finish organizing everything, stay motivated by avoiding these bad habits.
It’s a little late, but here are some things you should take care of in the new year.
8 things you can do to help your home sell faster.
Staging can help a home sell faster, but don’t go overboard.
Prep your home for extreme weather this season before an emergency hits.
Helpful tips for choosing a color scheme for your home.
Home cleaning tips for the new year.
Your home’s January Honey-Do list.
Have a great weekend!