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    20 Unique Home Gifts for Every Person on Your List

    By Client Care Department | December 9, 2021

    20 Unique Home Gifts for Every Person on Your List Every year, it seems the holidays sneak up on us—and every year, that brings with it the dreaded last-minute gift panic. Finding a present that hits all the right notes can be surprisingly stressful, even when it comes to people you’ve known for years. But... Read More

    Should I Buy Now or Wait?

    By Client Care Department | May 4, 2021

    Should I Buy Now or Wait? Some Highlights If you’re thinking that waiting a year or two to purchase a home might mean you’ll save some money, think again. Mortgage interest rates are currently very low, but experts across the board are forecasting increases in both home prices and interest rates. Buying a home now means you’ll spend less... Read More

    Are You Waiting for House Prices to Drop During the Next Recession to Buy a Home?

    By Client Care Department | February 28, 2020

    Why You Could Have a Very Long Wait Read More

    Simple Steps for a Successful Spring Yard Sale

    By Eddy Workinger | February 28, 2020

    When spring is bursting with new life, it’s the perfect time to revitalize your home by clearing out the old and bringing in the new. Instead of consigning your once-loved knickknacks, kitchenware and furniture to the trash can, why not set up a yard sale to help them find new homes? Like-minded householders are looking... Read More

    6 Tips for Successful Spring Cleaning

    By Eddy Workinger | February 28, 2020

    The flowers are blooming, the birds are serenading, and our house still feels like it’s stuck with winter blues. Spring cleaning is a tradition that allows us to freshen up our homes and get a head start on the hectic seasons of spring and summer. Read More

    Buying a Home? Plan for These Hidden Costs

    By Eddy Workinger | January 30, 2020

    Get those rainy day funds in order — you’re going to need them. Read More

    The Link Between Clutter and Depression

    By Eddy Workinger | January 30, 2020

    It’s been proven. Clutter is a bummer — literally. Read More

    Valentine’s Day: Where Did It Come From and What’s The Real Meaning?

    By Eddy Workinger | January 30, 2020

    We all know when Valentine’s Day is. And, if we hadn’t realized it was approaching, the sheer volume of heart-shaped balloons and chocolates already taking over shops is a bit of a giveaway. Read More

    2020: A Look Back at the Decade in Tech from Alexa to Xbox

    By Eddy Workinger | December 20, 2019

    “Alexa” was just another female name. Uber hadn’t taken anyone for a ride yet. And the buzz around Facebook had more to do with the fact that seemingly everyone you once knew was turning up on “The Social Network,” and less about the numerous data and privacy scandals that would tarnish the company’s reputation later on. The year... Read More

    5 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions Going Until Next Christmas

    By Eddy Workinger | December 20, 2019

    How to smash your goals in 2020 Have you ever made a New Year’s resolution only to give up as Feb 1st hits? The Dec / Jan transition period is usually a big time of reflection and inspiration deeply woven together. We review our achievements and failings of the past year as one year comes... Read More