House and Home December 2020
National Home Sales and Prices
Continue to Soar


For the fourth month in a row, existing-home sales climbed across the country, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Every region saw sales increase, both month over month and year over year. The Northeast experienced the greatest gains, with sales up 9.4% from August and an impressive 21% from September 2019. According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the NAR, September's sales... Read More
Here's How to Know You're
in a Seller's Market


Home sellers, the real estate market is hot right now. Here are three key indicators to help you know when it's the best time to sell your home:

Price Appreciation
One important indicator of the market is the rise of home prices. If home values are consistently increasing, that's a good sign you're in a seller's market. When an area has a high... Read More
Staying at Home for the Holidays?
Try These Fun Activities


The holidays are going to look different this year. Instead of shopping in person, many people will switch to online purchasing. Black Friday frenzies may only exist on the internet, and many families who travel during the holidays will stay at home this year. In spite of all these changes, you can still make this year special and memorable for your family by creating some new traditions... Read More
Five Reasons Homeownership Remains Part of the American Dream

Whether you're purchasing your first home or your third, knowing that the house you live in belongs to you fills you with a sense of accomplishment. Along with this feeling of pride comes a large array of benefits. Here are five advantages of home ownership:

You Can Choose the Home
That Fits Your Lifestyle

Purchasing a home often provides the opportunity to select from a variety of different houses to find one that fits your lifestyle. For example, if you're looking for a nontraditional home, you can buy a condo, town house, or patio home, or if you don't want to take care... Read More
Five Cleaning Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Carpet

When it comes to floor coverings, carpeting is a popular choice for many reasons: it's comfortable to walk on, helps insulate a room, and can be cost-effective. But it's also much easier to damage than stone or hardwood materials—and harder to clean. Here are the biggest cleaning mistakes to avoid if you want to keep your carpets in great condition:

Letting Spills Dry
Many household substances are mildly corrosive and can cause permanent damage to your carpet by bleaching out color or leaving frayed... Read More
William Brundage  -  (248) 980-2455 House and Home  -  December 2020 

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