Everything changes when the baby comes. The joy of becoming three is something no parent can truly prepare for. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t prepare for when the baby arrives. To achieve true household harmony you need to start getting ready. From making room for your brand-new baby and his or her things to finding calm during a tantrum now is the time to prepare.
You know what it looks like. You know the size of the master suite, which appliances fill the kitchen, and how the deck looks on a summer morning. It’s your dream home and it’s out there waiting for you.
Babies might be small, but they take up a lot of space. There’s the crib, furniture, toys, stroller, diaper bag, clothes, car seat, bathtub, wipes, powders, medicines and the list goes on. If you’re already living in cramped quarters then storing everything your baby needs means getting creative. Here are a few storage solutions to help you make room for your growing family.
Being newly pregnant is an exciting time with a lot to do. It’s easy to overlook financial planning when you’re choosing a physician and planning your announcement, but those first few months are perfect for looking ahead. Before the showers, baby-proofing and endless doctor visits kick in, use these simple steps to start a 529 college savings account for your baby.
Homeowners often try remodeling to increase the market value to sell a house. Avoid potentially costly mistakes, and make home renovations work for you.
Did you know you can market your home like an agent? Many home sellers are intimidated by the idea of marketing their home for sale, which leads them to sell with a Realtor.
Knowing how to calculate the average rate of appreciation on your home can help you receive a great baseline for your asking price.
Staging your home is one of the most important steps in preparing to sell. A home that has been expertly staged will create beautiful photos for online listings and draw buyers in during showings. If you make these scary mistakes, however, you may send buyers running.
Just because you’re selling a home FSBO doesn’t mean you don’t have to worry about your relationship with real estate agents. They are very involved in their community and could be in a position to bring a lot of buyer traffic your way. Our suggestion? Treat agents with respect and you’ll reduce the chances that […]
If the outside of your home makes a bad impression on potential buyers, chances of you receiving an offer that meets your expectations will diminish. Start with these steps to make your home as attractive as possible from the outside.