Should You Invest in a Fixer-Upper?
Buying a fixer-upper can either be a great investment or a money pit. Here’s how to choose the right house for you and your family.
City living is often romanticized — busy streets, walking around strangers, and living life with a “hustle” mentality. But when it comes to living in cityside apartments with exceptional views, there are several hidden downsides that can make the experience less than glamorous. With the pandemic, we’ve seen more people flee cities than ever before, and they’re moving to suburbs to enjoy remote work perks, quality time with loved ones and a slower speed of living.
Within the past almost two years, the furniture industry has come to a slow crawl and it’s not due to a lack of furniture buyers. Many customers have placed orders only to be told it could take 6 months to a year to receive their orders. While other companies may have furniture items in stock, you could still end up not only waiting a long time for your item to be shipped, but pay a ton in shipping costs. Instead, you may be able to look in your area and find exactly what you need.