• Ryan Smith
  • 9 March, 2020

Home Features to Incorporate for Aging-in-Place

The more than 75 million baby boomers in the United States are now between the ages of 55 and 75. This large demographic cohort has always had a great impact on the real estate industry. As baby boomers get older, many are opting to “age in place” – stay in their own homes. To make…

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  • Ryan Smith
  • 4 March, 2020

Top Landscaping Trends of 2020

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) has recently announced its official list of the top lawn and landscape trends for 2020. Crafted using the expertise of professionals across the country, NALP annually predicts design and maintenance trends that will inspire Americans to create healthy and beautiful green spaces. “Foundational landscape elements remain on homeowners’…

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  • Ryan Smith
  • 4 March, 2020

Top Home Features & Design Trends for 2020

According to a recent survey by the National Association of Home Builders, single-family home builders say the most likely features to be found in new homes this year are walk-in master bedroom closets, low-emissivity (Low-E) windows, and laundry rooms. Energy-efficient features such as efficient lighting, programmable thermostats, and ENERGY STAR appliances will also be likely,…

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  • Ryan Smith
  • 4 March, 2020

6 Steps to Buying a Home in 2020

Are you currently renting and dreaming about homeownership? There are certain benefits to renting, but there are also plenty of benefits to owning a home of your own. From privacy to home equity, and just feeling like you are in control of your own domain, homeownership has many positive aspects that consumers are drawn to….

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  • Ryan Smith
  • 4 March, 2020

De-Bunking 3 Common Home Buying Myths

The 3 home buying myths you need to read before buying a home.

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  • Ryan Smith
  • 4 March, 2020

Buying a Home vs. Renting: What’s Right for You?

Homeownership is considered by many, to be part of the so-called “American Dream.” However many Americans still opt to rent. There are many reasons that renting may seem like a good option for consumers; for flexibility as well as less commitment or even what is perceived as a smaller financial investment. The reality is homeownership…

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