If you’re selling your home, you’ll want it to look its best in order to get offers. But you’ll also want your property to retain its value so that when your appraisal comes in, it will reflect how much time and effort you’ve invested into your home over the years. Here are some quick maintenance items you can complete to help spruce up your home to attract potential buyers. Read More “Prepare Your Home For Maximum Sale Value”
A home is likely one of the most important financial decisions you’ll make in your life. It’s an investment in your future. Therefore, it makes sense to learn what drives value so you can align your lifestyle choices with good investment decisions as much as possible. Here are a few things to consider:
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Taxes. No one likes them but everyone pays them. And the beginning of a new year means it’s time once again to gather documents and receipts in preparation for the April tax filing deadline! For homeowners this means being prepared with some specific documents in addition to the usual tax statements from employers, banks and stockbrokers. Keep an eye out for the items below in your mailbox (or email inbox if you opted for electronic statements) and set them aside for your tax preparer! Read More “Paperwork Homeowners Need To Prepare For Tax Time”
One of the best things about owning a house, is making it your own – making it your home. This often means upgrading, repairing and doing home improvements with your own two hands. Doing it on your own has a strong appeal that has helped make Do It Yourself (DIY) a worldwide multi-billion dollar industry! In addition to potential cost savings, doing it yourself brings with it a sense of creativity, pride and satisfaction. But, before you break out the tools, make sure safety is part of your DIY plan!