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What Home Buyers and Sellers Can Expect in 2020

What Home Buyers and Sellers Can Expect in 2020

When the clock turned to midnight on January 31st, 2019, millions of Americas raised their glasses to the start of a new year and hopefully beginning. Nobody could have predicted the turn of events that have shaped this year. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the way people live, work, dine, learn, socialize, and spend ... Read More
 
The Benefits of Hiring a Property Management Company

The Benefits of Hiring a Property Management Company

Whether you’ve been a landlord for years or you’re new to managing a rental, you know that owning income property can be financially rewarding. However, you may have also discovered that tending to rental properties takes additional time and effort on your part. For some property owners, the DIY approach makes sense. They live in ... Read More
 
Peaceful Serenity…Sumter Living

Peaceful Serenity…Sumter Living

Why live in Sumter? Not only is it a small town, but it’s also easy to get around and you’ll have peaceful serenity with Sumter living. It’s the perfect place to live if you want somewhere quiet, slow going, and a tight-knit community. Surrounded by the country, Sumter has that small-town feel with wonderful locals who ... Read More
 
How to Make Your Home Organized  During COVID-19 Self-Isolation

How to Make Your Home Organized During COVID-19 Self-Isolation

For many of us, working from home or simply being confined at home due to coronavirus is a new and daunting experience. While you may not feel in control of the virus itself, there are certain things you can do to take control of your home space. Even doing a few simple things to organize ... Read More
 
Tips For Selling Your Home This Spring

Tips For Selling Your Home This Spring

Spring is the traditional start of the home-selling season, and this year expects to follow that trend. In fact, this home-selling season may be more active than in previous years as potential homebuyers want to act before home prices and interest rates increase. Even though it is a  buyer’s market, it’s still important to get ... Read More
 
What Are the Top 2020 Trends in Real Estate?

What Are the Top 2020 Trends in Real Estate?

2019 was a great year in the United States for the housing market. Looking forward, we should see some similar results. Let’s take a look at a few of the top 2020 real estate trends. Trend #1: Home Prices Will Continue to Rise  In 2019, home prices grew, but slightly slower compared to 2018. In ... Read More
 
10 Tips You Need to Know to Sell Your Home

10 Tips You Need to Know to Sell Your Home

Need to get your house ready to sell? There are simple steps you can take that will shorten the selling process time and will likely put more money in your pocket. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices has put together these top ten tips on selling your home in 2020 to ensure you get the most out of ... Read More
 
Why it’s Essential to Get a Home Inspection

Why it’s Essential to Get a Home Inspection

Buying a home can be a challenging and rewarding process involving multiple steps, make sure one of those steps is a home inspection. You typically begin online research to get a feel for features and neighborhoods that interest you while working with a loan officer to review finances and determine what you can afford. At ... Read More
 
How to Sell Your Home Over the Holidays

How to Sell Your Home Over the Holidays

There are real benefits to selling a home during the holiday season from November through January. Because there are fewer homes for sale, this means less competition, and as a result, these homes may command more money. In addition, buyers are typically more serious and prepared to close a deal more quickly.  Whatever the reason, ... Read More
 
Why Millennials Prefer Renting

Why Millennials Prefer Renting

Every wonder why millennials prefer renting? Whether to rent or own is a question many Americans have asked themselves at one point or another but millennials seem to already have this dilemma figured out and their reasoning makes a lot of sense. Unlike past generations, millennials are often bogged down with student loan debt, are ... Read More