July 29, 2020

How to Start DIY Landscaping

Many people have used this summer season or their time in quarantine to clean out their garage or renovate parts of their house. If you’re looking to take on a new summer project, do-it-yourself landscaping is the project for you. DIY landscaping can be an affordable, creative option for those wanting to improve the appearance […]

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June 22, 2020

How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes in Buying or Selling a Home

The process of buying or selling a house can be daunting. It is one of the largest financial decisions that most people make during their life. It’s always best to use a professional to guide you through the process. Before you begin, it’s important to be aware of the common mistakes made so that you […]

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May 20, 2020

The Real Estate Market in a Pandemic

In most cases, the most crucial time in the selling of a home is the visit by the prospective buyer. And while that is still happening in some cases, we are really in a new normal when it comes to buying and selling homes. From the beginning of the state’s lockdown, real estate was considered […]

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March 30, 2020

Packing Up Right – 7 Tips for Packing Your Home

In the long list of tasks to complete leading up to your moving date, the packing process can be one of the most time consuming. If you are using a professional mover, much of what is listed below can be taken out of your hands. If you choose to move yourself, you may be looking […]

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March 18, 2020

A Pet-Friendly Moving Process

When moving into your newly purchased home, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and wrapped up in the process. Decorating, renovations, financing and everything in between can make the first days fly by. However, it’s important to remember your pets in the process. Pets, small or large, are going through a period of change just like […]

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February 20, 2020

What Do Homebuyers Want in a New Home?

Over the past few decades, housing trends have come and gone. From wallpaper and carpet-covered flooring, to big outdoor pools and decked-out basements, new homebuyers have seen their fair share of wish list items. More recently, especially since after the 2008 recession, new homebuyers began shifting their wish lists to be more practical and to […]

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December 20, 2019

First-Time Homebuyers and Financing Your Home

For many new and soon-to-be homeowners, figuring out the financing process can be stressful. Especially in recent years, with many young adults having to balance their student loan debt with their budgeting, it can be overwhelming to look into the logistics of purchasing a home. But this doesn’t have to be the case. Searching the […]

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November 14, 2019

Tips on Preparing Your House for a Showing

You’ve hired your Realtor. You’ve begun the packing process. You’ve started to share the news that your house is on the market. But what about the showings? Home showings can be a stressful process that begs attention to detail. If you’re living in your home while it’s on the market, that can present even more […]

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October 7, 2019

Hurricane Season isn’t Over Yet; Don’t Wait to Purchase Homeowners Insurance

The Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June 1 to November 20. As we have already witnessed this season, strong storms can prove to be great threats with water and wind damage resulting in costly repairs. Although the peak of hurricane season has passed, it’s risky to take a chance that another storm won’t impact the […]

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September 24, 2019

The Growing Gainesville Market

The Gainesville area is growing right before our eyes. Restaurants, shopping plazas and an expanding university campus are filling up the spaces all around the community. However, Gainesville still maintains that close, community feeling that many homeowners look for. The perfect combination of convenience and community is readily available throughout the area. Whether you’re looking […]

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