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Monthly Archives: October 2019

    Prank Proofing Your House for Halloween

    By Cynthia Ellis | October 30, 2019

    Halloween can be frightfully fun, but nothing can put a damper on the holiday more than becoming the victim of a Halloween prank. Here is how you can make your house prank proof this Halloween season: Light it up Keep your porch lights (and even some interior lights) on for the duration of the night,... Read More

    Three Serious Dangers of Buying Without a Real Estate Agent

    By Cynthia Ellis | October 24, 2019

    How many times do you plan to buy a home during your entire lifetime? For most of us, the number is somewhere between 3 and 5. It certainly doesn’t happen often enough to make us experts on the process. Real estate agents, on the other hand, may handle 3-5 purchases per month. This experience makes them... Read More

    Tips for Moving in the Fall

    By Cynthia Ellis | October 15, 2019

    Moving during the fall season can be a difficult task. Your schedule fills up with work as well as kids’ school schedules and extracurricular activities. As busy as you may be, there are ways to make moving during the fall less stressful. Negotiate the price of moving companies While the fall is a busy season... Read More

    How to Increase Your Home’s Resale Value

    By Cynthia Ellis | October 10, 2019

    People are always asking how they can get more money for their house when they put it on the market. While some of the things that determine your home’s value are out of your hands (location, age, layout), many buyers are willing to fork over a little more when certain upgrades have been made. Below... Read More

    Protecting Your Home Against Fall Pests

    By Cynthia Ellis | October 1, 2019

    With fall officially here, you are happily saying goodbye to the bugs of summer, but don’t be fooled: there are still plenty of creepers sticking around for fall. One of your top priorities at the beginning of the new season should be insect and rodent control. As the temperatures change, pests will be looking to... Read More