Things To Know If You'Re Buying A New Construction Home

Posted on: 27 June 2018

As you shop for a house to buy, you might be considering looking at brand-new homes for sale. Brand-new homes are often called new construction homes, and these homes have never been lived in. They are brand-new, and brand-new homes offer a lot of benefits to homeowners. If you are thinking of buying a brand-new house, here are several things you should know before you go through with making an offer. [Read More]

Tips For Landing A Dog-Friendly Home

Posted on: 27 June 2018

Looking for a perfect home is challenging; looking for a perfect home that also accepts dogs is even more challenging. Here are a few tips you can use to land a home that is perfect both for you and your animal friend: Ensure the Community Agrees Unless you are looking for a single-family home, your neighborhood (through the homeowners association) may have a say on the exact pet you are allowed to keep. [Read More]

Buying Your First Home? Why You Should Use An Agent

Posted on: 27 June 2018

Buying your very first home can be an exciting time, but there are many parts of the process that can benefit from having experience. That is why it helps to use a realtor through the entire process of buying a house. Here are some benefits that they can provide by working for you. Agents Help You See More Houses When you don't work with an agent, you may feel like the only way to see a house is to wait for an open house. [Read More]

Is Your Child Sensitive To Sensory Input? 4 Things To Look For In Your New Home

Posted on: 27 June 2018

If you are the parent of a child with sensory sensitivities, you know that life can be challenging. Finding a new home to live in and creating an environment that suits your child's needs is one of the hardest challenges for a living situation.  As you search for your new home, look for these few elements to make your child's transition easier. Natural Lighting. Artificial lighting can be too much stimulation for many children who are sensitive. [Read More]