What You Need to Do Before Moving Into a Newly Built Home

Moving into a newly built home can be an incredibly exciting experience. After all, you and your family will be the only people who ever lived there, and that means that the home was basically built for you. However, that doesn’t mean that moving into a newly built home comes without risks, and there can […]

Kirk Callender | Mar 10, 2020

Selling Your House? Beware of These Dealbreakers

Selling your home can be a busy and stressful experience. The constant upheaval of sudden visitors and the need to keep everything as clean and neat as possible plus the worry that buyers might fixate upon something negative, either bailing on a deal or trying to rake you over the coals on price. Some big […]

Kirk Callender | Feb 20, 2020

3 Safety Features You Need In Your Vacation Rental Property

Whether you’re renting for the first time or putting up your vacation home up for rent, certain safety precautions must always be taken. Doing this will not only provide you with safety for you and any guests that might stay, but it also protects your investment. Check out the following tips for three of the […]

Kirk Callender | Feb 19, 2020

How to Renovate the Garage Before Selling a House

Any real estate agent will tell you that if you are looking to not only sell your house but also to get the most money out of it, improvements need to be made. However, these renovations are often a little too pricey for the average homeowner. Kitchens, backyards, and roofing are common areas types of […]

Kirk Callender | Feb 11, 2020

How You Can Cut Your Water Usage at Home

Are you tired of paying high water bills? Using excessive water is costly, and it also hurts the environment. Things like leaks, constant drips, plumbing fixtures that are incorrectly installed, and taking showers that are way too long can literally send your money down the drain. Since more than half of your home’s water consumption […]

Kirk Callender | Jan 8, 2020