REAL ESTATE REEDER June 2024
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Investing in Your Future: The Smart Choice of Homeownership

Owning a home is central to the American dream. In an era of economic uncertainty, the newest generation of homebuyers is nervous about taking the plunge. Are these fears justified? Whether you're a homeowner or considering it, understanding the advantages of homeownership is crucial.

For Current Homeowners
If you're already on the property ladder, you understand the value that comes... Read More
Attending an Open House? Essential Tips for Serious Buyers

Exploring potential homes during open houses is an exciting part of the homebuying journey, but it's also an area where mistakes happen. Here are some essential tips for getting the most out of these opportunities:

Partnering with a Professional
It's a smart decision to have a real estate agent accompany you during open houses. Their professional perspective provides... Read More
Fading Trends: Five Design Styles That Are Showing Their Age

Home design trends come and go, but creating a timeless space requires thoughtful consideration. Here are five design styles that may be aging your home, along with a strategy to refresh your space and maintain a timeless appeal:

The Open Floor Plan
While open floor plans have been popular for decades, there's a growing appreciation for defined... Read More
National Home Sales Fall While Home Inventory Increases

Across the country, existing-home sales fell in March. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), declines were recorded in the Midwest, South, and West, but sales inched higher in the Northeast for the first time in four months. Sales were down year over year, however, in all sales regions. While home sales have recently shown signs of rebounding, overall sales were stagnant due to high interest rates. Yet, according to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for NAR, there might soon be a turnaround: "There are nearly six million more jobs now compared to pre-COVID highs, which suggests more aspiring ... Read More
How to Maximize Landscaping in Tiny Backyards

If you live in an urban area, you might be limited on space in your backyard. Whether you are challenged with minimal sunlight, not much ground to work with, or a fenced-in area, you still have landscaping potential to transform your tiny backyard. Here are four landscaping tips:

1. Portable Pots
If you can incorporate movable planter boxes and pots into your yard, you can transform a cement or wooden patio into a greenery oasis. Planters that are smaller or equipped with wheels can make these pots more mobile, which can easily be rearranged at any time. This will also give sensitive plants.... Read More

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