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Is Now a Good Time to Buy or Sell a Home?

Is Now a Good Time to Buy or Sell a Home?

Today’s real estate market is hot—there’s no doubt about it. Record-low mortgage rates, rising home prices, and low inventory together created the perfect storm that left a historic impact on the residential real estate market. But the burning hot market is equally complicated, inviting new challenges if you want to buy or sell a home. […]

Ready, Set, Go! How to Sell Your Home Fast

Ready, Set, Go! How to Sell Your Home Fast

On a time-crunch or not, selling a home comes with no shortage of stress to the mind, body, and spirit. However, when selling your home means moving into someplace new to further your journey—or simply downsizing to a more practical and budget-friendly dwelling for your lifestyle—taking the right steps can get you there faster. The […]

How to Buy and Sell a Home at the Same Time

How to Buy and Sell a Home at the Same Time

Did you know that 40% of Americans consider buying a home the most stressful and nerve-racking event in life? Throw selling a home at the same time into the mix and the stress and nerves can feel a little more like panic. But with the right team in your corner and a handful of life […]

Ranch-Style Home: The Perks of Single-Story Living

Ranch-Style Home: The Perks of Single-Story Living

The ranch-style house is growing in popularity as demand increases among young and old homeowners alike. As Google’s most commonly searched-for style of home in the United States, the ranch—first popularized during the 50s and 60s—is now trending among Millennials, Boomers, and even older generations. Known for its asymmetrical design, small stature, and unique character […]

High Ranch-Style Home: Functional and Family Friendly

High Ranch-Style Home: Functional and Family Friendly

The high ranch evolved as a natural progression of the original ranch movement, where functional, single-story homes changed the face of American suburbs between the 30s and 60s. Built with an efficient, affordable use of vertical space from a stacked design with multiple staircases, the budget-friendly alternative to the regular ranch attracted growing families moving […]

Split-Level Style Home: Functional Space at Discount Prices

Split-Level Style Home: Functional Space at Discount Prices

Popular in the 50s and 60s, the split-level style of house emerged on the American suburban landscape, first appealing to buyers for its fresh design, functional use of space, and smaller price tag than the other types of homes in the neighborhood. Grander than the modest neighborhood bungalows, yet affordably built on a smaller lot […]

Cape-Style Home: Simplistic Charm Centuries Old

Cape-Style Home: Simplistic Charm Centuries Old

Around for centuries and built from humble beginnings, the Cape-style home remains an enchanting, popular example of quaint architecture and quintessential American style. Beloved, practical, and cozy, the style first appealed to young couples just starting out and anyone interested in the perfect summer home. First popular across the country for its affordability—especially during the […]

Victorian-Style Home: Grandeur, Complex, and One-of-a-Kind

Victorian-Style Home: Grandeur, Complex, and One-of-a-Kind

For the last two centuries, the home style built with fanciful construction and a special dollhouse-like exterior—named after Queen Victoria, the longest reigning Queen of the United Kingdom from 1837 to 1901—has captured the hearts of homeowners around the world. The Victorian architecture that first emerged in the 1830’s—and remained popular through the early twentieth […]

Contemporary-Style Home: Merging the Old and New

Contemporary-Style Home: Merging the Old and New

Contemporary style—which is not synonymous with modern style—began in the 1970s as a merger between traditional 21st century architecture and the creative influences of more modern times. Tapping design history and freely borrowing elements from past styles, the contemporary home introduces current lifestyle concepts to create a unique look and feel. The style integrates a […]

Colonial-Style Home: Formal, Functional, and Furnished

Colonial-Style Home: Formal, Functional, and Furnished

The Colonial-style home first developed out of the US Colonial period in the 1700s when colonists settled primarily along the Eastern Seaboard. Starting as a two-story home with one room on each floor, the style evolved from early European influences and eventually grew into the stately, four-over-four (four rooms on each floor) two-story home Long […]