You just purchased a new home and you already have a laundry list of items that you want to update or replace. While it’s totally normal to want to make this home your own, it’s important to make sure you have a solid plan for how you are going to carry out these renovations. A plan will help you stay on time, on your budget, and will help keep your stress level low during the renovations!
Do you ever feel like your home’s exterior needs some help? Well, to be honest- your neighbors probably do as well. I’m sure you have planned on eventually doing some renovations and upgrades, but the time just never seemed right. Well, newsflash: the time is NOW!
Not everything you update in your home will actually increase the value of it. For example, converting your garage into a second family room can detract from your home’s value because it doesn’t appeal to all buyers. Something that you really want in your home might end up being the opposite of what someone else really wants in their home. So, if you are planning to do some renovating in 2016, what should you invest in?
Buying a home is expensive, real expensive- but it’s a great investment that increases the quality of your life and your finances. It might seem like a real financial burden, but you’ve done your homework and you’re prepared. The good news is, there are a few easy tricks that can help save you money during the home buying process.
That’s right, you can still save some money while getting the home of your dreams.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year. It is such a wonderful time to spend quality time with the people you love most. The idea of gathering together at your home is a wonderful way to give thanks and appreciation to your loved ones. Whether you’re playing football outside or cooking delicious food, it is all about spending time with family/friends. Getting the holidays started with some fun activities is all you need. Here are some of our best ideas on how to keep your family and friends entertained during this fun-filled holiday. Continue reading