Grout can be a real problem because it soaks up pet odors.
Here's the scoop on what's tax deductible when buying a house.
From finding an inspector to dealing with surprises — this is your guide to getting a house checked out.
2020 has come and gone, but much of the 2021 design trends are based on the “new normal” we’ve experienced this past year.
You can repair kitchen counter mishaps with only a little time and money. Big boo-boos, however, will need professional help.
Buying a house is exciting. Arguing while buying a house? Not so much. Here’s how to keep the peace while house hunting.
A new front door has the highest ROI, not to mention the boost in curb appeal.
There are no dumb questions to ask a real estate agent.
It’s a big decision with a lot of factors, but don’t worry — you have backup.
With all the new development in Baldwin County, knowing about Fortified Homes™ is a must.
Strategies to help you win the house.
Now that showings are safely resuming, reduce your stress-level by implementing these helpful tips!
It’s a confusing time, but lenders are putting remedies, like forbearance, in place to help homeowners.
A bleach solution or rubbing alcohol is your best bet for keeping your home sanitized.
As the national, state, and local efforts to protect us from Coronavirus continue, REALTORS® are working hard to help essential real estate operate well within the government’s safety parameters. Our local REALTORS® are equipped with tools and training to make home-buying and selling possible for you during this time. Check out some of the most important items a Baldwin REALTOR® brings to the table.
No need for fancy DIY skills, a lot of money, or a ton of time to pull off these yard upgrades.
Did you know first-time homebuyers can now create a tax-free savings account to use toward the purchase of their first home?
A home may seem like a big-ticket item to add to your holiday shopping list, but it really does make sense.
A prospective first-time homebuyer typically faces many tough decisions. One being the decision to buy a starter home now, or save up to buy a “forever” home.
Find out the benefits to purchasing a starter home.
Buying a home in another state can be a particularly stressful experience, but it doesn’t have to be.
Whether you want to relocate for work, downsize, or get more living space, there’s a few things you’ll need to do before taking the next step and hiring a REALTOR®.
Becoming a homeowner is considered by many to be one of the largest financial commitments in a person’s life. Knowing when you are ready to buy can be tricky, but we’re here to help you decide if you’re ready to unlock the door to your first home.
Browsing through pictures of top-of-the-line kitchens or beautiful backyard landscapes is what entices many people to start their next house hunt. However, deciding on a budget should be the first step in your home search.
Every seller wants their home to sell fast and bring in top dollar, but it takes quite a bit to make this happen. This includes careful planning and knowing how to professionally tidy up your home so that you’ll convince homebuyers to make an offer – and quick!
There are a lot of factors that go into successfully selling your home. One major consideration is timing. When you decide to list, you might ask yourself what time of year is best to put your home on the market. Believe it or not, there is a right time!
While homeownership can definitely be a smart move, the process of purchasing a home can be a challenge. Using a Realtor is one way to ease your fears and have an advisor there to guide you in every step. Additionally, here are a few questions to ask yourself before taking the homebuying leap…
Buying your first home can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. First-time homebuyers who aren’t familiar with the process of buying a house are likely to make simple, avoidable mistakes since they aren’t knowledgeable in the home buying department. However, we’ve broken it down into a few basic steps to follow if you’re in the market for your first home.