They say moving is one of life’s top stressors, and as someone who has recently moved into a new home, I can wholeheartedly agree. Read all about how to make the actual moving process seamless.
Once you’ve purged, packed, and have your closing date confirmed, you may think you’re finished. The unfortunate truth? There’s plenty more to do as your prep to move into your new home. Here is a handy dandy list of new-home to-dos!Clean, Clean Clean
House Cleaning: While some sellers have the house cleaned before moving out as a courtesy to the new homeowners, there’s no guarantee that a) they will actually do that and b) that their cleaners will clean to the extent you want [...]
Moving into a new home is an exciting time and often a big achievement for most people. However, whether it’s a first or fifth house, moving never really gets easier—much less when you’re settling in before the holidays.
There’s new furniture to buy, endless to-do lists, and sometimes even major renovation projects to start on.
When attending a house-warming party this holiday season, or just dropping by for a tour of the new digs, bring a gift to congratulate the new homeowners. If you’re having a hard time deciding, here are eight ideas for a thoughtful and useful gift that new homeowners are guaranteed to love this holiday [...]
When you’re clicking through the TV channels, you may notice that there are several careers that are more commonly portrayed than others. There’s certainly a ton of detectives, nurses. journalists, receptionists, waitresses, and more. There’s some jobs that are hardly ever represented. A real estate agent is somewhere right in the middle. The job title that one has can quickly give the audience and impression of that character and most likely reinforce a society’s belief rather than debunk. So it may be hard to tell which character is representing most accurately. Let’s take a look at what the 9.4 million viewers are checking out weekly on HGTV and other similar channels.