Most of us are home more than normal right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic that is sweeping the world. While you may be missing the activities you normally participate in outside of your home, make the most of this extra time at home and tackle some simple DIY projects around the house. Select projects that will improve the value of your home, increase your enjoyment of it or update an area that needs a change. You don’t have to be super handy or have thousands of tools to tackle many projects. Here are some simple ideas you can handle yourself.
Do you ever stop to think how vast the internet really is? For most of us, hopping on the computer to check email, browse news updates, or chat with friends and family through Facebook is part of our daily routine. However, it’s easy to overlook how far the internet spreads, and how many people it […]
This move-in ready home is located in a cul-de-sac location that you will love. Four bedrooms, two full baths and one half bath make up the 2,468 square foot home. Mature trees dot the property. From the front, you may access the property through the two-car garage or the elegant glass front door. The front […]
It’s Back! The Rodeo that is. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will take place through Sunday, March 22 with a wide variety of rodeo activities as well as many other fun events. Whether you are looking for traditional rodeo activities or something different, there is something for you. There is much more to […]
When you are buying a house, there are many things to consider and in many cases you will want certain things to happen before you decide to move forward with buying a house. Situations like these are the benefits of a contingency. A contingency allows you to delay an action until something else happens. With home buying, there are many cases where this might be a helpful.
When you are selling a home, many buyers are looking for a perfect home that they can move right in without having to make many updates. What we are really talking about isn’t homes that need minor changes but homes with flaws that will almost certainly need to be corrected by the new owner. If you are trying to sell a less than perfect home, how do you appeal to buyers that are looking for that kind of property?