While many remodeling projects add important value to a home, the No. 1 reason to renovate is to improve your daily living environment.
According to a survey conducted by Houzz, an online platform for home design and remodeling, among homeowners planning to build, remodel or decorate in the next two years, 86 percent cited . . . → Read More: Remodeling? Lifestyle Trumps Profit
Almost everyone who buys a home get a home inspection. While most inspectors are cautious in their evaluations, lately some have made a big mistake in not using two words that can make the difference between the successful protection of the buyerâ€™s rights and potential economic disaster.
â€śSubstantial Defectâ€ť is the terminology used in . . . → Read More: The Two Most Important Words at Your Home Inspection
In an earlier blog, I offered tips to make your move easier (see http://www.davidphaff.com/blog/home-buying-process/moving-tips-for-homebuyers/), but there are things you can do to make the move easier for your homeâ€™s new owners, too.
No one knows your home like you do. Your knowledge of the propertyâ€™s history and the neighborhood can be invaluable to your . . . → Read More: Your Home’s New Owners: Passing the Baton
It may be a little early to start thinking about decorating for the holidays — unless you’re about to put your home on the market.
During the holiday season, how you decorate your house is a topic that’s worth discussing if you’re going to be selling your home. Decorations can either help or hurt . . . → Read More: Holiday Decorating Tips for Sellers