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    Life Changes That Move the Housing Market

    By Miranda Vaulet | February 14, 2024

    Life is a journey filled with unexpected twists and turns, like the excitement of welcoming a new baby, retiring, and starting a new adventure, or the bittersweet feeling of an empty nest. If something like this is changing in your own life, you may be considering buying or selling a house. That’s because through all... Read More

    What Type of Home is Right for You?

    By Miranda Vaulet | February 10, 2024

    There’s a lot to consider when buying a home. You’ve probably asked yourself a million questions already. What’s in my budget? What will my annual tax bill look like? How far am I willing to commute? How are the schools? Of course, that’s all incredibly important. Particularly if you think it might be your forever... Read More

    What To Do When Moving Out-of-State

    By Miranda Vaulet | February 2, 2024

    What do you need to know if you’re gearing up to buy a home in another state? Here are five tips if you’re making an out-of-state move: 1. Hire a buyer’s agent who is familiar with the area where you are searching for a home. When you cannot be onsite for all aspects of your... Read More

    Should You Invest in Rental Properties?

    By Miranda Vaulet | January 23, 2024

    If you are considering becoming a property investor, you may wonder why you should buy a rental and what indicators to look for when trying to find a property. Here are some signs to look for if you are on the fence about investing in a rental that indicate it is a great time to... Read More

    Benefits of a Multi-Generational Home

    By Miranda Vaulet | January 17, 2024

    Buying a multi-generational home can be a smart strategy to enhance affordability in today’s housing market. Here are a few ways purchasing a multi-generational home can help with affordability: Shared Mortgage Payments: By pooling financial resources with multiple family members or generations, you can split the mortgage payments, making homeownership more affordable for everyone involved.... Read More

    Get Started in Real Estate Investing

    By Miranda Vaulet | January 10, 2024

    It seems like more and more people are investing in real estate lately. With talk about interest rates dropping, some would think this the right time to try it for themselves! If all goes well, investing in property can help build wealth and generate passive income. But this endeavor requires careful planning, of course, and... Read More

    Beat Cold and Flu Season at Home

    By Miranda Vaulet | January 7, 2024

    Everyone is back to staying cozy indoors. You’ve might have noticed that with everyone in closed office doors and all the kids back to school, cold and flu season is once again upon us. Once germs infest your home, they typically take a turn in each member of your family. To get your crew through... Read More

    Top Fireplace Questions

    By Miranda Vaulet | January 2, 2024

    Ready for the snap, crackle and pop of a roaring fire? Fireplaces are one of the most sought-after home features, but using one can be intimidating, and you’ve probably got questions. Here’s a quick guide to get you and your fire started. How do I use a wood-burning fireplace? 1. Get your chimney inspected. Safety... Read More

    3 Ways to Style Your Home for Winter

    By Miranda Vaulet | December 26, 2023

    What better time to turn your home into a warm and welcoming den than during the chilly winter months? With just a little investment and some ingenuity, you can bring a distinctive winter-friendly look into your home. Here are three concepts to inspire you and some tips to get you started. Look 1: The British... Read More

    2024 Goal: Raising Your Credit Score

    By Miranda Vaulet | December 26, 2023

    Is 2024 finally the year you push your credit score to Very Good? With the New Year finally here, it’s the perfect time to set goals and improve your credit score. With a few simple changes to your spending habits and payments, you can be well on your way to a better credit score in... Read More