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Monthly Archives: June 2018

    Herbs in the Kitchen

    By Lindsey Reagan | June 27, 2018

    Wanting an herb garden, but don’t have the backyard for it? Maybe an apartment restricts your gardening abilities? No worries. You can always grow them in your own kitchen! Some herbs are easily grow indoors, and here’s a list of just a few that you can enjoy— straight from your indoor garden. Basil Basil, a... Read More

    Easy, Indoor Houseplants

    By Lindsey Reagan | June 20, 2018

    Sometimes, your house just needs a little brightening up— if you’re looking to bring a bit of the outside indoors, or just looking for a unique way to liven up your home, houseplants can be great for decorating and bringing life into your home! Here are a few recommendations of easy-to-take-care-of houseplants. Aloe Plant Aloe... Read More

    Buyers: Tour Smart This Summer

    By Lindsey Reagan | June 19, 2018

    The buyer market is heating up! In order to make sure you’re prepared to make an offer as quickly as possible here are some things to investigate during home showings… Read More

    The Neighborhood Hunt

    By Lindsey Reagan | June 13, 2018

    Often, one of the first steps to begin your house hunt is figuring out exactly which or what type of neighborhood you’d ideally be living in. Community is always important— you can renovate a house, but you can’t renovate your external environment! Here are just a few tips to keep in mind when creating a... Read More

    Considerations for Upsizing Your Home

    By Lindsey Reagan | June 5, 2018

    As life goes on, couples get married, households get pets (maybe more than one), babies are born, sleepovers become common, and huge family holidays are held at one home. Space becomes scanty at some point, and sometimes a renovation just isn’t manageable. But when you’re upsizing to a new house, what criteria should you consider... Read More

    A Home for Tomorrow

    By Lindsey Reagan | June 5, 2018

    As people near or enter retirement, one of the decisions that typically comes up is whether to sell their “big” home and buy a smaller one. If you know anyone who has been faced with that situation, selling one home and buying a smaller one may not save enough money to make it worthwhile. There... Read More