Madeline Walker and Debbie Byrnes


Transforming your home to sell!

The process of showing and selling your home can go much more smoothly if you get everything ready. Is your home decor looking a little drab?

Preparing Your Home For Sale

Preparing your home for sale is a big task, but it can be an exciting one. Buyers are looking for the best, so a home for sale can easily slip through the cracks. . .

How about some great home buying tips!

Buying a home can be nerve-racking, especially if you’re a first-time home buyer. Buyers need a basic overview. This is especially true for first-time home buyers who aren’t familiar with the process. Bear in mind that the steps in the home buying process can vary from state to state, depending on local custom. This home buying guide will help you to figure out what kind of home you might like, which amenities are most important to you and how to estimate your price range. These tips will help you navigate the process, save money and avoid common mistakes. The Best Home-Buying Advice I’ve Heard, Ever Tips for Buying Your First Home—And Mistakes to Avoid Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

Why this is the year to buy your home?

The last several years have been quite the roller coaster for buyers. Low inventory, rising prices, rising mortgage rates, it hasn’t been easy. Knowing the right time to buy house is just as important in the home buying process as knowing what house you’re going to buy, where you’re going to buy it, and how you’re going to buy that home. Timing is everything, you want the best rates for when you find that dream home. Check out the good information below on why this is a good time to get serious about buying a home… Take the Plunge: The 4 Best Reasons to Buy a Home This Year When Is the Best Time to Buy a Home in 2019? 2019 Real Estate Forecast: What Home Buyers, Sellers And Investors Can Expect

Is it smart to buy in the Winter?

When the weather outside is frightful, trudging door to door to look at houses might seem like a fool’s errand. Everybody knows spring and summer are the home-buying seasons, and winter is the time when you—and sellers—cool it for a bit and take a break, right? While it’s true that things do slow down in the winter, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Yes, it’s cold. Yes, fewer homes are for sale. Yes, moving in a snowstorm is a pain no one should experience. But there are quite a few darned smart reasons to buy a home in the winter. In fact, we’d argue that this might even be the best time to buy a home—if you can. Here’s why. Home prices in January typically take a dip compared with the summer buying season. In its report, NerdWallet analyzed two years of data for the 50 most populous U.S. metro areas and found that in January and February, home sales prices were 8.45% lower on average than in June through August. Follow these links for more information: These are the best times of year to buy a home (according to the experts) 6 Reasons Why Winter Is Actually the Most Chill Time to Buy a Home Why January Is the Best Time to Buy a Home

Buying Your First Home.

If you are wondering if you can buy your first home, you have lots of questions about credit scores, down payments, being able to afford a mortgage, what you can afford and much more. Read these links to help you answer those questions and be ready to buy that home! Money Under 30 Guide How to Buy Your First Home

Selling your home in the Winter may be the right decision!

As we head toward Thanksgiving, Christmas, and all of the joyous (read: stressful) festivities in between, you might be tempted to take your home off the market—or hold off on listing it—until after the new year.

Family and friends, cooking, presents, events all may seem like it’s just too much to go through while trying to sell your home.

In fact, this time of year can actually be ideal for selling. Here’s why: