Drone Photography Is Changing Real Estate For Good. Are You Keeping Up?

April 28th, 2016

An aerial shot of a home for sale, in comparison with a street level shot provides not only depth and dimension, but also a view of what is behind the home. A pool, beautiful backyard, lake, ocean or mountain view can all be captured and showcased perfectly by aerial drone photography.

A Seller’s Guide To A Winning Open House

April 27th, 2016

Holding an open house for your soon-to-be-listed or newly on the market home is a lot like being on a game show where edging out the other contestants in a short period of time is key. In TV game shows, such as ‘Jeopardy,’ the contestants don’t automatically know answers to so many trivia questions. Open houses need to be thought of similarly. Once your home is on the market, an open house is your opportunity to plan and strategize how you are going to win over buyers in very short time.

8 Laundry Rooms That’ll Make You Want To Fluff And Fold

April 27th, 2016

Let’s face it. Laundry is no fun. In fact, it’s often counted among our most hated chores. But since running around in stinky, soiled clothes is not an option for most of us, it’s gotta get done. Which is why we’re always thrilled to see rooms that make it feel like more of a yay! and less of a yuck!

One Wants To Sell The House, The Other Does Not: What To Do?

April 26th, 2016

You have just inherited the family home, with your sibling. He wants to sell but you want to keep the property. After all, it has been in the family for a long period of time, and the two of you grew up there. What can you do? Fortunately, there are a number of possible solutions.

Ask The HOA Expert: Second Hand Smoke

April 26th, 2016

Our HOA has ongoing problems with cigarette smoke which permeates the hallways and stairwells every time a resident smoker comes and goes from their unit. The ventilation system recycles the smoke throughout the common areas. Besides the bad odor, I’m concerned about health hazards. What can we do?

Dual Agency Can Be A Good Thing

April 25th, 2016

Nothing precludes the possibility of both buyer and seller being represented by the same real estate agent. When this happens a ‘dual agency’ situation is created; and dual agency is a subject about which both confusion and controversy abound.

Differences Drive Referral Success

April 25th, 2016

Exactly how each prospect, client, and property is different is the real point of what real estate professionals do and of the services they provide. PJ Wade shares insight into how that vital truth is often overlooked in today’s all-consuming digital vortex.

Living Posh: What To Buy For Your Home When Money Is No Object

April 24th, 2016

Ever wonder how the other half lives? Maybe you are the other half and want a few ideas for how to spend all that money adding the most posh, plush, and luxe (not to mention crazy expensive) items to your home. Either way, we’ve got a list that will have you salivating.

How To Find The Right Dining Table On A Budget

April 24th, 2016

You know what’s irritating? Walking through a furniture store and falling in love with a piece of furniture only to flip over the tag and see that it cost three times your monthly salary. But that doesn’t mean it has to be expensive. If you’re looking for a great table at a price you can handle, here are some great places to look.

What To Look For When Buying Or Renting A Handicap-Friendly Home

April 21st, 2016

Buying a house: It’s one of the big coming of age moments for many people, but it can also be an overwhelming experience. If you or your loved ones need assistance it can be even more daunting as there are additional aspects that you must look for.