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Monthly Archives: June 2019

    2 Surprising Things Homebuyers Really Want

    By Jake Mannick | June 29, 2019

    Most homebuyers have to sacrifice some of their wants to find a new home. Unless they have unlimited funds and time, chances are there are “must-haves” which outweigh the “like-to-have” items on the list. Yet, there are always features that these buyers refuse to part with, and they might surprise you. Outdoor Space – Over... Read More

    3 Types of Decorative Molding for Accent Walls

    By Jake Mannick | June 22, 2019

    Decorative accent moldings come in a wide variety of styles. Interior designers use these to add visual interest to rooms and spaces while highlighting desirable features and distracting from less attractive elements. Understanding the options and purposes of decorative molding allows use of a design tool that is relatively inexpensive and simple but will elevate... Read More

    Quartz – the Countertop Buyers Love

    By Jake Mannick | June 15, 2019

    Quartz countertops have been around for decades, yet they are one of the hottest design materials this spring. Available in a variety of colors, this natural stone is not only durable but beautiful, and more and more homebuyers are putting quartz countertops on their must-have list. Quartz is a natural material best known for the... Read More

    2 Myths Holding Back Home Buyers

    By Jake Mannick | June 8, 2019

    Buying a home is a huge commitment and one which should be considered carefully before undertaking. Not only are you committing to years of the mortgage, but you are also putting down roots in a community for some period of time. As more and more Millennials consider the pros and cons of buying their first... Read More

    5 Tips for Buying a Home When You Have Student Loans

    By Jake Mannick | June 1, 2019

    Most college students require some kind of financing to complete their degree. Student loan debt is a serious commitment, one which can take up to 20 years to repay. But having a student loan does not mean you will be unable to buy a home, in fact lenders are prepared for this kind of debt... Read More