Wednesday, October 6, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
The biggest dilemma homeowners face when putting their homes on the market is whether or not to renovate before selling. Because every home seller wants to get the best price for their property, determining whether you should do any remodeling or upgrades to make your property more desirable to a bigger number of buyers is crucial. To solve this dilemma we're going to talk about 3 things you should consider.
1. Current Condition
All properties vary, some need major touch-ups because their outdated, others need a full renovation due to potential damage or just not being in style for the buyers. This is why it's crucial to analyze your home's current condition. There's little to no need to renovate anything if you own a move-in-ready house, and you can simply leave it up to the buyers. However, if it's in desperate need of repair, you might have to pitch in to make it more livable. Before you start renovating your property, think about its existing conditio. ...
Wednesday, September 29, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
When you finally have that new home the next step is to furnish. As a homeowner, nothing is more exciting than shopping for new furniture. Particularly if you're a first-time homeowner with the freedom to fill your space with whatever furniture you desire.
But, before you buy something similar to what you saw online or in your favorite home design magazine to give your home that Pinterest-inspired aesthetic, keep in mind that furniture shopping requires planning, it can be stressful. It's likely the next big commitment you'll make after buying your house because you'll be utilizing the furniture for a long time, so it's a big deal.
Not to worry that's why we're here to help! Let's talk about 5 major blunders to avoid when furniture shopping. So you can make your dream home a reality. After all, we all want to end up with amazing things that will not only enhance the beauty of our homes but also make our lives easier.
1. Let's try to measure how much space we can take up befor! ...
Monday, September 20, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
New homeowners, you are finally one step closer to enjoying your new home. We understand there's nothing more stressful than moving into the place. That's why hiring professionals to assist you with your belongings is a no-brainer, especially if you're making a long-distance move with bulky possessions to move. Choosing a mover on the other hand is difficult because there are thousands of quality services. It's a critical decision that might spell the difference between a successful move and a total disaster. That's why today we are going over 5 tips to help you make the process easier.
1. Is the company properly licensed?
The start of the checklist begins by ensuring that you hire a reputable moving company, meaning they are fully licensed. The good news is that it shouldn't be difficult to do so. All professional interstate moving businesses should have a United States Department of Transportation license number—their MC # and USDOT #—which should be published a. ...
Thursday, July 29, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
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508 W 169th St, New York, NY 10032
Welcome to this Beautiful Brownstone Legal 3 Family House expanded to 3900 square feet in New York. This Recently Redone house features 3 Bedrooms on the second level, 3 Bedrooms on the third level, 2 Huge Bedrooms on the first level with 1 Bath on each floor. The basement is completely updated with high ceilings. Each floor has separate heating and cooling units. Hardwood floors Allover. Open Concept Kitchens with granite counters and soft close cabinets. Close to parks, museums, transportation, and schools. This house has everything that you are looking for!! Must See!!
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11 Hope Drive, Plainview, NY 11803
Welcome to this Magnificent Colonial Home with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in Plainview. Beautiful touches & details make this home unique! The first floor has an open floor plan with a gourmet EIK w/island, SS Appliances & Custom Cabinets, Dining R ...
Thursday, April 16, 2020 / by Raj Jaggi
With all of the havoc being caused by COVID-19, many are concerned we may see a new wave of foreclosures. Restaurants, airlines, hotels, and many other industries are furloughing workers or dramatically cutting their hours. Without a job, many homeowners are wondering how they’ll be able to afford their mortgage payments.In spite of this, there are actually many reasons we won’t see a surge in the number of foreclosures like we did during the housing crash over ten years ago. Here are just a few of those reasons:The Government Learned its Lesson the Last Time:During the previous housing crash, the government was slow to recognize the challenges homeowners were having and waited too long to grant relief. Today, action is being taken swiftly. Just this week:The Federal Housing Administration indicated it is enacting an “immediate foreclosure and eviction moratorium for single family homeowners with FHA-insured mortgages” for the next 60 days.The Federal Housing Fi3 ...