If it is time to move on and provide someone else with the opportunity to fulfill their dream of homeownership, there are some important steps that you should take to maximize the value of your home before any prospective sale.
Home-buying season is in full swing. Above all else, those who are considering selling their current home need to focus on curb appeal, kitchens and bathrooms. Most surveys of potential homebuyers will list community and neighborhood among the top of their ‘must haves’ list for home shopping.
Over 60 percent of private residential water use in the Inland Empire occurs outdoors. Updating a home’s internal plumbing fixtures is important but, even the most dramatic changes that we implement indoors will not be a drop in the bucket (pun fully intended) compared to what can be saved by focusing our attention on water conservation in our landscaping.
In his book, The Epic of America, James Truslow Adams defined for all what it means to be an American and why each citizen can obtain the American Dream. In 1931, he wrote “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.”
As the nation celebrates National Homeownership Month in June, new research shows that homeownership is a primary driver of American household wealth.
For the past 20 weeks, I have penned reason after reason that owning a home is the best choice for every American who has the choice of ownership.
As they say, it’s all been leading up to this: June concludes America’s season-long celebration of the benefits of home ownership with National Home Ownership Month.
Whether for starting a home-based business, seeking greater personal convenience, increasing business efficiency or reducing one’s footprint on the environment, home offices (or “dedicated workspaces”) are among the most popular remodeling projects in America today.
‘Active Adult Community’ no longer implies a cluster of bland homes surrounding a simple community center set up for jazzercise classes on the weekends.
It takes a village! Building a new home today will take, on average, more than 80 professional individuals ranging from architects and engineers to painters and plumbers.