House and Home October 2021
Create a Cozy Home This Fall with These Staging Tips

If you are selling your home during the fall, it is important to keep its exterior well maintained and create a welcoming, cozy atmosphere indoors. Here are some ways to ensure your home appeals to as many prospective buyers as possible.

Landscape the Yard
Mow your lawn and remove leaves and debris. Weed, get rid of dead flowers, and trim back... Read More
Home Inventory Ticks Up While Home Sales Increase

For the second month in a row, existing home sales have increased, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). What’s more, three of the four major sales regions in the country recorded month-over-month sales gains, while the fourth remained steady. Year-over-year sales were more variable, with two regions posting gains, one posting a decline, and one remaining level... Read More
Try These Time-Saving Tips for a Busy Lifestyle

If you run a fast-paced life, where you’re always on the go, you most likely wish there were more hours in the day. You’re not alone. Many people face the challenge of trying to fit too many obligations into an already busy day. These four tips will help you save time and accomplish tasks more efficiently.

1. Organize Your Paperwork
Organization is a huge key in saving... Read More
Five Things to Consider Before You Buy a Fixer-Upper

Buying a fixer-upper may seem appealing since the price point is usually much less than a newly remodeled home—and you can remodel it into your dream home. But sometimes the cost of repairs outweighs the initial savings, and fixing the home requires much more work than anticipated. Before buying a fixer-upper consider these points:

Do You Have the Skill?
Many people buy a fixer-upper with the intention to renovate it themselves. Unfortunately, most find that they are not as skilled as they imagined. If you are not an experienced DIYer, you may need to hire a professional... Read More
Homeowners, Protect Your Investment from Mold

It is important to protect what for many people is their most significant investment: their home. And one way to do that is to keep mold at bay.

Research shows that if you keep moisture out of your home, you will likely avoid mold. In the presence of moisture, mold will grow on virtually any surface—steel, plastic, and even fiberglass. Areas of your home that are continually wet—like the insides of walls or attics and basements, often out of view—will eventually lead to expensive repairs. Here are some tips to protect your home from moisture:
  • Run bathroom and kitchen vents for an extra 10 minutes... Read More
William Brundage  -  (248) 980-2455 House and Home  -  October 2021 

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William Brundage, Coldwell Banker Realty, 294 E Brown St , Birmingham MI 48009
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