Caveat emptor! You may have heard these two Latin words before, meaning “let the buyer beware.” In today’s real estate market, many homes are being sold “as-is.” This clause frees the seller from being responsible for fixing any repairs to the home, no matter how large or detrimental. Whether or not the property is being sold “as-is,” it is important for a potential buyer to schedule a home inspection before going through with the sale for many reasons.
It's a new year, which for most of us means it’s time to make a new resolution. Perhaps you want to eat healthier, or go to the gym more frequently, or be a more patient person. How about a resolution that results in not only a better you, but a better home? Make a resolution to dedicate your time and energy to one project each month that improves the look of your home (for those of you who refuse to make resolutions, call it a “plan”). There are many small, inexpensive fixes ... [More]
Spring is here, the weather is beginning to get warmer, and I’m ready to kick back and relax!
Wait, there are some things around the house that need to be tended to first. After all, I’d rather kick back and relax on a nice patio than the dirt/mud area in my backyard.
Wait, I don’t have the money to pay a contractor to come out to my house, design and build me a patio. Wait, I’ll do it myself. Seriously, how hard can it be? I mean it’s not like my husband and I wor... [More]