The first place most people start the home buying process is by looking at pictures of homes online. High quality photo’s are more likely to generate more showings. Our team always hires a professional photographer for our listings so here are few ideas to help you get your home ready for our photo shoot.
Are you a local first responder, active duty military, veteran or education professional that is interested in buying or selling a home? If so, you will want to hear about a new program I have that gives back to local heroes that are on the move.
Having a home inspected can be both exciting and nerve wracking at the same time. You finally found a great house that you want to buy but now you’re going to find out about the repairs that need to be made. Here are a few suggestions on what to expect before, during and after the inspection.
Most people who are planning to sell their home know that curb appeal is an important factor for enticing potential home buyers to schedule a showing of their home. Find out why your entryway is so important and 5 easy things you can do to make it more appealing to home buyers.
The first tropical system of the season has just passed through and is a great reminder to get prepared. Take advantage of a unique sales tax holiday offered by the state of Florida and buy your hurricane supplies tax-free from June 1-7.
Preparing early for hurricane season is one of the best things a Florida homeowner can do. As the storm nears, anxiety increases while food, supplies, hotels and gasoline decreases. Do yourself and your home a favor and prepare now.
People from all over the U.S have been moving to Florida for many reasons and I have been fortunate enough to be able to help these families find some great homes here. Here are 4 of the most common topics my clients ask about when they are buying a home in Florida.