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    Moving Checklist: How to Stay Sane Before Your Move 

    By Riley Ponder | July 28, 2022

    Let’s not sugarcoat it: Moving is a pain. No matter how far you’re going, it’s never easy to get your life boxed up and loaded onto a truck. The good news is that a little bit of planning now will go a long way towards making Moving Day as painless as possible.   Two months out We... Read More

    8 Things to Check During an Open House

    By Riley Ponder | July 19, 2022

    The open house is an excellent opportunity to see and feel your potential home first-hand. Although everything will probably seem perfect, don’t let the staged appearance of the open house distract you. To determine whether the home will be a suitable fit for you and your family, you must be able to look past the... Read More

    The Best Home Renovations for Wellness

    By Riley Ponder | June 20, 2022

    Amid flu season mixed with a rise in COVID-19 cases, you’re likely to think about your home’s climate and how it can better serve you during the coming months. The key to home improvement is making changes you feel are necessary and that can promote better health. Courtesy of Michelle Thomas, here are some ways... Read More

    Starter or Forever: Which Home Is Right for You?

    By Riley Ponder | June 20, 2022

    If you’re not sure whether to buy a starter home or a forever home, there are a few things to consider. First, think about your current situation and where you see yourself in the future.  If you’re single or plan on starting a family soon, a starter home may be a good option. However, if... Read More

    7 Reasons to Spend Your Retirement in Florida

    By Riley Ponder | June 15, 2022

    If you are looking for the best place to spend your golden years, Florida is a state you should consider. For decades, the Sunshine State, with its mild weather, friendly people, and plenty of housing opportunities, has attracted seniors from all over the country. There are numerous reasons why you should spend your retirement in... Read More

    Buying a Second Home in Florida: What to Know

    By Kyle Rex | May 19, 2022

    Owning a second house in Florida has quite a few benefits. If you currently live somewhere cold, you’ll have a place in a warm climate to go to. Or, if you want to have somewhere to go for vacations, there’s that too. Then there’s an investment approach: buying a second home to rent it out and earn... Read More

    7 Ways to Add More Storage Space to Your Home

    By Kyle Rex | April 21, 2022

    Lack of space is like a never-ending battle with your household. It seems like no matter what you do, there will always be items all-around the house bothering you without you even noticing. But a home that feels too small is not only about the lack of space. Such an environment prevents you from feeling relaxed,... Read More

    7 Tips for Making Your New Home Kid-Friendly

    By Kyle Rex | March 17, 2022

    Not all homes are built with kids in mind. However, since you’re moving into your new home, you practically have a blank canvas you can turn into a functioning kid-friendly space. You have the freedom to create a home that’s aesthetically pleasing for you and practical for your little ones. Yes, that’s absolutely possible! You... Read More

    From One Home to the Next: When It’s Time for Assisted Living

    By Riley Ponder | March 10, 2022

    As our loved ones get older, we hope to care for them as long as possible. Whether that’s moving them into our homes or checking in on them frequently, there is a lot caregivers can do. However, it isn’t always enough.  Certain behaviors are strong indicators your older loved one needs professional, full-time care they... Read More

    How to Prepare and Relocate for a Job Smoothly

    By Kyle Rex | March 1, 2022

    A job relocation involves many little details. And if you don’t keep up with them, the moving process can get really stressful. Whether you’re moving a few cities over or across the country, staying organized will help you keep your sanity (and your job).  You’ve got a good thing going, which is why you’re picking... Read More