Sellers: How to Attract Millennial Buyers

Millennials – who are those born between the 1980s and the early 2000s –  currently make up the biggest population of homebuyers in the real estate market across the US. In fact, they make up a whopping 68% of first-time

5 Focal Points to Create a Fabulous Interior

Without a focal point in a room, there’s no visual starting point for optimal flow. Highlighting a striking feature will help set the mood for a space, and will give something for the eyes to rest on as soon as

Self-Employed? New Home Loan Borrowing Rules You Should Know About

There are plenty of obvious benefits of being self-employed, including being your own boss and the freedom to choose your own schedule. But applying for a mortgage hasn’t always been one of them.

Being a self-employed mortgage applicant means you’ll

5 Ways to Enhance Your Patio This Summer

As the mercury on the thermometer continues to rise heading into summer, you’ll want to make sure that your patio is ready. Outdoor space provides homeowners with the chance to expand their living area, and what better way to enjoy

Bathroom Renovation Trends to Consider This Year

Thinking of giving your bathroom a makeover but not sure where to start? Consider looking at current trends in the world of bathroom remodels to get some inspiration.

Updating your bathroom is a sure-fire way to add some value to

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Understanding Capital Gain Taxes When Selling Real Estate

You’ve probably heard the term “capital gains” float around when it comes to selling real estate, by do you know what it really means? More specifically, are you familiar with the taxes that may have to be paid on these

Kitchen Trends Making a Splash in 2016

Just about every room in your home could be spectacular, but if the kitchen is ho-hum, there’s lost value there. The kitchen truly is the center of a home. It’s not just where dinner is prepared; it’s also where people

Lenders Take Advantage of Strong Seller’s Market to Diminish Foreclosure Inventory

Vacant foreclosure properties – dubbed ‘zombie foreclosures’ – are on the decline. According to the second quarter 2016 US Residential Property Vacancy and Zombie Foreclosure Report, there are just over 19,000 properties that are in the zombie foreclosure process,