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8 Value-Adding Upgrades You Can Make to Your Home for Less than $1500 Each

September 22, 2020

When you’re getting ready to sell your home, the preparations can seem endless. You need a good realtor, and your house must be in the best condition. Many homeowners also make basic upgrades in order to raise their property values and increase the asking price.

Raise The Rent Or Sell? What To Do When Finances Are Tight

September 8, 2020

If you’ve ever lived in a large apartment complex, you likely adapted to a particular rhythm: each year, as your lease came up for renewal, you’d also face a rent increase. To continue living in the property, you would be expected to pay more, supposedly to keep up with inflation.

12 Moving Day Tips for a Less Stressful Experience

September 3, 2020

The process of selling your current home and buying a new one is stressful, time-consuming, and full of important tasks and responsibilities. At times, it seems as if it’ll never end. But don’t worry, you’ll eventually get settled. Moving day is the final stage of the home purchase process. And while you’re certainly looking forward… [Read More]

Marketing San Marcos

Marketing San Marcos: 4 Property Promotion Points

August 3, 2020

Austin is one of the hippest cities around, known for its “Keep Austin Weird” mural, the South By Southwest festival, and surprising attractions like the Cathedral of Junk – but as with other trendy locales, it’s an expensive place to live. In fact, Austin is Texas’s priciest city, meaning many potential residents are priced out… [Read More]

Is Your Austin Texas Home Taking Too Long to Sell? Here's What to Do

Is Your Austin Texas Home Taking Too Long to Sell? Here’s What to Do

July 30, 2020

Most people in the Austin area list their homes and expect them to sell relatively quickly. If the home is in a good neighborhood, is in good condition, and is listed for a reasonable price, it should, in theory, fly off the market. However, this isn’t always the case. Many homeowners find themselves disappointed, stressed,… [Read More]


How COVID-19 Will Affect the Houston Housing Marketing

July 17, 2020

The events following the breakout of COVID-19, often called coronavirus, are unprecedented for today’s global citizens. The United States hasn’t seen the spread of a virus that’s so prolific and potentially catastrophic in about 100 years, since the Spanish flu of 1918.

How to Handle Repair Requests After a Home Inspection

July 16, 2020

The home buying process is long and complicated. And while certain aspects are fun – like touring homes and finding precisely what you want – other elements are pure drudgery. The due diligence and repair process that follows an accepted offer would fall into this latter category. But the better you understand how to handle… [Read More]

Is My Home’s Zestimate Accurate?

Is My Home’s Zestimate Accurate?

June 18, 2020

Whether you’re considering selling your home in the near future, or you’re simply a curious homeowner who wants to get a better feel for what your current financial standing is, it’s always nice to know what your home is worth. And if you run a quick Google search to learn more, you’ll almost certainly be… [Read More]

What Are the Biggest Red Flags to Notice During a Home Inspection?

June 11, 2020

Before you finalize any property transaction, it’s important for you to conduct a home inspection. Typically, the homebuyer conducts a home inspection as they see fit after making an initial offer—with that offer contingent upon the results of the inspection. If the inspection goes well, the offer can go through without a hitch. Occasionally, you… [Read More]

How to Manage Your Emotions When Selling a Home (and Why You Should)

June 2, 2020

When selling your home, you’ll likely experience waves of different emotions. You’ll feel the excitement of getting a fresh start in a new area. You’ll feel nostalgic as you walk through your empty house for the last time. You’ll feel a mix of hope and possibly sadness when you get the first offer on your… [Read More]