Whether you’re a social butterfly or a homebody, getting friendly with the folks next door will make your new house start to feel like home.
Moving for work? Make sure you know exactly how much help you can expect from your employer.
Buyers are wary of homes that have been on the market too long. No offers yet? It may be time to take action.
During one of the worst wildfire seasons in history, see ways to protect our homes and support firefighting efforts across the country.
Summer may be made for relaxing, but if your lazy days included letting your financial goals slip, now’s the time to start getting back on track.
You’ve mastered the search process and know all the questions to ask at an open house. Now make sure you’re really ready to make your first offer.
Sure you’ll need boxes, but add in these other must-haves and you’ll be moving like a pro.
Show your provider you’re a safe bet by taking steps to reduce the risk of a disaster occurring in your home.
Avoid the conflicts that can ignite major tension and even lead to lawsuits.
Get those summer souvenirs in order, and make a plan for handling the new school year’s awards and art projects. Organization expert DorothyTheOrganizer explains how to keep it all … without overwhelming your storage space.
Prep your home for a quick sale with these tips for staging it to appeal to the widest audience.
Checking out your budget to see if you can afford homeownership? Be sure to include these five items in your calculations.
Your home is staged to perfection, and you’ve got a terrific agent lining up showings. Now be sure you’ve got the financial angle of your home sale covered.
Whether you’re in the next state or across the country, selling a home remotely can be tough. To pull it off, you’ll need to plan ahead and get some help from a local agent.
Packing lighter can make settling into your new home a lot easier.