Category Archives: Real Estate Facts

Zippy Shell Storage and Moving

Why Storing your Stuff will Help Sell your Home

Clutter is one of the worst things to have in a home that you are trying to sell. Zippy Shell can help safely store your stuff until your home is sold. We’ll deliver a storage container directly to your door, then store it in our climate controlled facility. Once you are ready to move into your new home, we’ll deliver it back to you at your new address.
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The 10 Most Profitable Home Improvements of 2017

Don’t just update your home for the sake of updating. It’s important to make informed decisions about which updates you should make. Not every renovation on your home will help build equity. For example, converting two smaller bedrooms into one larger bedroom will lower the value of your home. 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 2017, what should you invest in?

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How to Give 30 Days’ Notice to Your Current Landlord

Figuring out the best ways to give 30 days’ notice to your landlord can be difficult. It is considered to be a topic that many people deal with but not too many people discuss often. Everyone has to tell their landlord at some point that they will be moving out and we are here to provide a few steps on the best ways to let your landlord know you will be leaving!
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The Top 8 Most Profitable Outdoor Renovations of 2016

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!
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9 Questions to Ask When Buying a Home

When you fall in love with a house, it can be hard to not make a rash decision without completely weighing the pros and cons. Maybe the house is located in the perfect neighborhood, or in your ideal school district for your kids, but that isn’t the only important thing! You don’t want to get stuck with a house packed full of costly “surprises” after you move in.

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