House and Home June 2021
Why Buyers Should Consider a School District Even If They Don't Have Kids

A school district's rating is an important consideration when buying a home, at least according to many real estate investors. Homes in top-rated school districts tend to cost more. As a result, buyers sometimes find themselves choosing between nice homes in low-rated school districts and underwhelming properties in better districts. The decision is important for parents who don't homeschool their kids, but what about... Read More
Find the Perfect Paint Color for Your Front Door

Your home’s first impression to the world is its front door. Get creative by adding a little personality to your front door with a colorful splash of paint. But how to choose the perfect color? Look at this descriptive list for paint color inspiration:

Bold Brick Red is a color choice that makes a strong first impression. A brick red front door is both modern and stylish, while also... Read More
Four Benefits of Working with a Real Estate Professional

Whether you are buying your first house or selling off your family home, there are excellent reasons to enlist the help of a skilled real estate agent. Here are just a few:

1. Pricing Guidance
A real estate professional who is familiar with your local market is an invaluable asset when it comes to home pricing and valuation. If you're buying a property, the agent should be able to tell you if it is... Read More
Landscaping Techniques to Maximize Your Outdoor Space

Many homeowners enjoy large outdoor spaces, but not everyone has a spacious yard. If you have a small front, side, or backyard, you can actually make it look bigger by using the following gardening techniques.

Create Focal Points
When you direct the eye toward the yard's entry, people are less likely to notice the small size. You can accomplish this feat by placing orange, red, and yellow colors near the entry. These warm tones garner attention, while pink, blue, and purple shades achieve the opposite effect. That's why you should plant these subdued tones... Read More
Home Prices Soar to Record Heights

Home prices are soaring to new heights. In March, the median existing-home sales price climbed year over year by 17.2%, creating a new record. Every sales region in the country posted price increases in the double digits. According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors (NAR), "Consumers are facing much higher home prices, rising mortgage rates, and falling affordability; however, buyers are still actively in the market." This fact is reflected in home sales figures. While existing-home sales dipped for the second month in a row, sales were up overall year over year. Yun believes that March's home sales could have been... Read More
William Brundage  -  (248) 980-2455 House and Home  -  June 2021 

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