With tons of insurance providers in the market and certain variables to keep top of mind dependent on the area you live, it’s no surprise how daunting the task of choosing the right home insurance policy can be for new homeowners. If you’re new to West Florida and not really sure where to start, I … Continue reading Determining the best home insurance policy
Whether you want to refurbish old furniture, install new shelving or repair a cabinet, make sure to have these tools on hand. If you don’t, it’s time to hit the hardware store.
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When it comes to searching for a house, most people have a wishlist of criteria that they’re hoping to find in their new abode. Ideally, buyers want to check off as many of these wishlist items as possible – sometimes a swimming pool may be on the list and sometimes it’s just a nice added … Continue reading Poolside living: Is it for you?
Homebuyers in Sarasota County, Florida, find homes in communities managed by a homeowners association. Ask these HOA questions before making an offer.
After nearly a year of living in the 2020-dubbed “new normal” – where work, play and everything in between blended together at home – the pandemic has shifted homebuyers’ priorities. From optimal spaces with privacy to comfortable outdoor spaces offering a nice change of scenery, homebuyers are looking for spaces to accommodate a range of … Continue reading Shifting priorities: The pandemic’s effect on buying a home
In a competitive housing market, buyers need to be prepared for what happens when a single property lands multiple offers: a bidding war. When demand is high and inventory is low, buyers need to be prepared to go above and beyond to make sure their offer stands out from the competition. With Florida’s appealing weather … Continue reading It’s all fair in love and bidding wars
We’re in the midst of winter, and although West Florida never reaches subzero climates, the season still calls for us to cozy up in our homes. The people of Denmark embraced the concept of hygge (pronounced HOO-guh) centuries ago, which involved transforming their homes into warm and welcoming havens. Even though Florida winters are nothing … Continue reading How to hygge your home this winter
After the year we’ve had, we’re all but counting down minutes until we can shout, “Happy New Year,” and have 2020 in our rearview mirror. What better way to kick off a promising new year than with a new home? Whether you’re single, married or have children, if buying a home in 2021 is on … Continue reading Three New Year’s resolutions for homebuyers