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What Dog Owners Should Replace Before Selling Their Home

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If you own a dog and are thinking about putting your house up for sale, you might need to replace some things due to damage caused by your pet. Here, four things you should consider changing out if you want to increase your property value and possibly get a larger payout when it’s time to […]

4 Ways to Know if You’re Buying a House in a Walkable Neighborhood

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Do you like to stroll to a cafe for breakfast, or maybe walk around the corner to your yoga class? Here are four strategies for finding out how pedestrian-friendly a neighborhood is before you buy it. 1. See what the locals have to say It’s a good idea to talk with your potential neighbors to […]

10 Answers To Never Give Buyers When Selling Your House

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“Why are you selling your house?” Although this might seem like a perfectly innocent query coming from a potential buyer, beware: This is one of the trickiest questions a seller can try and answer. The reason: Almost any explanation given is likely to contain revealing info that a buyer could use against you, and that […]

Placing Your Home on the Market?

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Here are 4 Things You Shouldn’t Do So, you’ve decided to put your home on the market and your real estate agent is on board to help you list your spot, and together you’ve done your due diligence on what to ask for. As you start checking things off your to-do list, though, it’s also […]

10 Design Trends to Ditch in 2020

Just as you come up with resolutions to help change the course of your life in a new year, it’s also an ideal time to reevaluate your décor choices. To help, Realtor.com consulted with some experts to find out which looks are going by the wayside in 2020 and why. Here are 10 suggestions on […]

6 Reasons to Look at Homes Outside Your Price Range

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Stay within your budget when you’re seeking a home is usually a good idea. After all, it dictates how much home you can reasonably afford, and therefore which homes to look at, so you won’t end up house poor or risk going into foreclosure because you couldn’t maintain your mortgage payments. On the other hand, […]

3 Tips For Staging And Selling a Home With Kids

3 Tips for Staging and Selling a Home with Kids

Staging is one of the key things you can do to make your home appeal to potential buyers. But what if you have kids? While no one expects a house occupied by children to be perfect, there still are several steps you can take to keep your space clean, inviting and depersonalized.  After all, a […]

10 Items Every Home Should Have

Items Every Home Should Have

You’ve just moved into a new home, and you have basics such as the bed, table, and dresser down. What about everything else? Here, Architectural Digest dishes on the satisfyingly functional and pleasurable must-have essentials you never knew you needed. 1. Art you love With an abundance of online sources offering great art at reasonable […]

4 Tips for Throwing a Holiday-Themed Open House

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Thinking of your home on the market this season? Here’s how to throw the ultimate holiday-themed open house that’s sure to have buyers adding your place to their wish list. 1. Make it cozy and bright The first step to getting buyers in the door, and then persuading them to stay for a while, is to […]

3 Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2020

Wondering what real estate trends to be on the lookout for next year? Here, RISMedia revisits some interesting patterns from 2019 to predict three things that likely will happen in 2020. 1. Generational shifts In combination with the millennial market and the Silver Tsunami, experts are predicting more of a demand for affordable inventory that […]