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Found 3 blog entries for February 2020.

It's easy to get caught up in the moment when buying a new home. While it may feel like love at first sight, you'll want to make sure everything in the house is functioning properly before making a purchase. This is where a professional home inspector comes in handy.

Without a home inspection, you are relying on the seller to disclose everything that's wrong with the property. This is risky because it is in the homeowner’s best interest to sell you on well maintained home. Often times the homeowner will underplay repairs, or simply be unaware of potential problems.

Having an impartial expert evaluate the house is the best way to get an informed and unbiased assessment of the property. They will look for clues that may cause bigger problems down…

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Home renovations are a great way to add value to your home. But not all renovations are made equal. In fact, some may even detract from the asking price when you decide to sell. So which home improvement projects should you invest in to ensure the best return on investment?

Here are 3 home renovations that you should consider for 2020:

Energy Efficient Upgrades

The reality is that in 2020, energy efficient homes are a top priority of many homebuyers. Whenever you get a chance to renovate or remodel your home so that it's more energy efficient, you should do it.

Window replacements are a great place to start. New windows not only add to the resale value of your home, but also help decrease your current home energy bill. Another basic yet…

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Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions of your life. Which is why finding a real estate agent with the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process is key.

Here are the top 4 tips for finding an agent that is perfect for you:

Get referrals from your network

With so many real estate agents vying for your attention, it can be hard to narrow it down. A great place to start is by asking family and friends who have bought or sold property recently. They can help refer you to an agent with whom they’ve had a good experience with.

Ideally, you’ll want someone with experience working with clients who are similar to you. For instance, the needs of a first time home buyer are different than someone looking to downsize. It…

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