Over the past couple years, we’ve become accustomed to hearing that we’re in the midst of a seller’s market, suggesting that it’s not a buyer’s market. Frankly, we don’t like those terms as they suggest that if the market is good for sellers, then it’s not for buyers, and vice versa. The terms present an either-or situation, failing to acknowledge that inventory alone doesn’t determine the health of the market.
Good news for both buyers and sellers
Sometimes, ... read more
Whether it’s time to buy a new home, or sell your existing home, you might think you could DIY the whole process, especially with all of the resources available on the internet. But the truth is having a Realtor on your side is an invaluable part of buying or selling a home, with benefits extending far beyond whatever the search bar on your browser can help you find.
A Realtor is your partner through a complex process
Let’s be honest: buying and selling a property can be a complex journey, not t... read more
Our kitchens say so much about us: as the heart of a home, they not only reflect our design aesthetic, but our household priorities, our aspirations and our commitment to having a space that provides not only food for the body but food for the soul.
The recently issued 2019 U.S. Houzz Kitchen Trends Study shows us all of this and more, pointing to our changing attitudes toward everything from tech to conservation to accessibility as our bodies age. Here are some of the top trends the study identified for today&rsqu... read more
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, the bathroom is the brain. One little room is the center of operations and the key to success most mornings. Ideally, you have a few bathrooms. Realistically, you’re sharing the area—and you can make it marvelous.
No matter the size and shape of the bathroom, more space is always a bonus. These tips will help you create a little more room in the bath.
Hang a second curtain rod. This sounds a little odd, but if you hang a tension rod along the interior wa... read more
The old adage “location, location, location” is driving many home buyers to find the perfect lot for their next home and build from there. Certainly, there are many wonderful locations in the River Valley regions that would make beautiful sites for your next home, but there is also a lot to think about. This checklist can help.
Restrictions — Know how zoning, ordinances, covenants and other restrictions will affect your use of the property. They can also dictate what types of homes may be built. ... read more