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    Benefits of Relocating in the Summer

    By Christina Griffin | June 28, 2023

    Summer is often considered the best season for relocating. The weather is warm, the days are longer, and the kids are out of school. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the benefits of relocating during the summer. 1. Good Weather Summer is one of the best times of the year to move because the weather... Read More

    Adjusting to a New City

    By Christina Griffin | June 21, 2023

    Relocating to a new city can be both exciting and challenging. Adjusting to a new environment, making new friends, and finding your way around can be overwhelming. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some tips on how to adjust to a new city after relocating. 1. Explore the City Exploring the city is an excellent... Read More

    5 Paint Colors That Reduce Stress

    By Christina Griffin | June 14, 2023

    In this hectic, modern world coming home to a relaxing space has become even more important. Creating a space which allows you and your family to renew their energy in a calm, peaceful environment is easier than you might think. The design colors you choose do more than anything else to create the atmosphere you... Read More

    Easy Landscaping Ideas

    By Christina Griffin | June 7, 2023

    You’ve heard the term “curb appeal.” You don’t need to have a green thumb to make some simple changes to your yard which will delight your potential buyers. A weekend project is all you need to make these easy landscaping and yard changes. • Add color; seasonal flowers in pots by the front door or... Read More

    The Top Benefits of Working with a Real Estate Agent for Foreclosure Sales in Florida

    By Christina Griffin | June 4, 2023

    Introduction: If you’re interested in purchasing a foreclosed property in Florida, it may be beneficial to work with a real estate agent who specializes in foreclosure sales. Foreclosed properties can be complex and challenging to navigate, and having an experienced agent by your side can help make the process smoother and more successful. Here are... Read More

    Summer Home Maintenance List

    By Christina Griffin | May 30, 2023

    The warm months are here and while you’re enjoying some extra hours of daylight, it’s also agreat time to catch up on some maintenance tasks that have been neglected during thewinter. While your list might vary a little, here is a great starter list to help you tackle some ofthose much-needed maintenance chores this season.... Read More

    Wants vs Needs When Buying a Home – Learning the Difference

    By Christina Griffin | May 24, 2023

    One of the first questions that a real estate agent will ask new buyers is, “What do you want inyour new home”? It might seem like an easy question to answer but identifying your “wants’from your “needs” is an important aspect of home seeking. NeedsA need is something that is truly essential to how you... Read More

    How to Start Reducing Your Summer Cooling Bills Now

    By Christina Griffin | May 10, 2023

    You don’t have to wait until summer’s heat is upon us to start making little changes to your home that can add up to cool summer energy savings. Summer brings with it so many great things. It’s the perfect time to take the kids to the lake or go on a long road trip. But... Read More

    Middle-income Homeowners Gained More Than $120,000 in Wealth Over the Past Decade From Home Appreciation, According to NAR

    By Christina Griffin | May 3, 2023

    Data show substantial variations and inequalities in homeownership rates across different income and racial and ethnic groups KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 18, 2023) – A new housing report by the National Association of Realtors® reveals middle-income homeowners accumulated $122,100 in wealth as their homes appreciated by 68% in the last 10 years. The report, Wealth Gains... Read More

    How to Save Money for a House Down Payment

    By Christina Griffin | April 26, 2023

    For most first-time homebuyers, saving enough for a down payment is the biggest hurdle to homeownership. Even when you’re ready to put down roots and buy a house, not having enough money saved for a down payment is a common problem. But don’t let current lack of savings make you think you’ll never be able... Read More