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    7 Best Strategies for House Hunting

    By Sandy Raines | April 11, 2016

    Spring is here! The warmer weather, beautiful flowers, and longer days are perfect for viewing homes in person, and it’s no wonder that the spring season is a popular time for home buyers to start looking at homes and neighborhoods. But before you start driving around and visiting open houses, you should follow these important house hunting tips.... Read More

    Where to Find the True Value for Your Home

    By Jessica Wotruba | January 6, 2016

    Ever wondered what your home is worth? Want to know where to start looking? Whether you’re just curious or are eager to find a competitive listing price, using the best resources to find your property’s value is crucial. Today, we’re going to be talking about two types of home evaluation tools: neighborhood sold reports and comparative... Read More

    2015 Year in Review: The Economy and National Real Estate Market

    By Sandy Raines | December 29, 2015

    This time of year, many people like to take a moment and reflect on the year that has passed, whether it’s reflecting on good memories or how the nation is doing financially. Today, we would like to take a moment to reflect on the economy and what this year’s trends meant for real estate. A Brief Look... Read More

    3 Benefits of Selling Your Home During the Holidays

    By Sandy Raines | December 15, 2015

    As the holidays are approaching, many people are busy decorating their homes, lighting the tree, and marking their calendars to visit friends and family. With all the busyness of the season, you might be wondering if now you should even attempt to sell your home. Any potential home buyers are also busy attending get-togethers or traveling... Read More

    Unique Ways to Decorate Your Home for Halloween

    By Sandy Raines | October 22, 2015

    Halloween is just around the corner. Have you thought about decorating your home this year? It might seem like all of the options for Halloween decorations are the same year after year: carve a pumpkin, light the luminaries, and set out a bowl of candy for trick-or-treaters. But with just a little paint and creativity in the right places,... Read More

    Buying a Home? 4 Things You Should Know About Home Appraisals

    By Sandy Raines | September 23, 2015

    If you too are a prospective home buyer planning to enter the market soon, then you’ve visited the right real estate blog! Today, we’re going to share four things that every home buyer should know about appraisals. What Are Appraisals and Why Are They Important? An appraisal is the valuation of a property by the... Read More

    Central Ohio’s BIA Parade of Homes

    By Jessica Wotruba | September 4, 2015

    This years Parade of Homes presented by the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio will be taking place in one of the hottest golf course communities, Northstar Community.  The  Northstar Community is a “1,700 acre mixed-use development located north of I-270 in southern Delaware County. Northstar will have more than 1,300 single family homes, including... Read More

    Columbus Ranked One of the ‘Easiest’ Cities to Buy a Home

    By Sandy Raines | August 24, 2015

    Universally people agree that their top difficulties when buying a home is finding a home that met their needs while fitting in their budget, according to With a limited number of homes for sale in this market means that buyers have fewer homes to choose from. With many homebuyers faced with the same problem,... Read More

    How to Host an Effortless End of Summer Party

    By Sandy Raines | August 17, 2015

    With Labor Day just around the corner, it is the perfect excuse to gather your friends for one last summer bash. With these easy to follow tips, you and your guests will be sure to have an enjoyable end of summer party.   Send Out Invitations   There are a few things that we feel... Read More

    Financing Hurdles to Avoid When Purchasing a Home

    By Sandy Raines | July 31, 2015

    Buying a home can be a roller coaster ride with ups and downs on the track to closing. Often after a buyer has successfully passed the point of inspections and remedy agreements, the only remaining contingency is financing. Then the buyer receives their final loan commitment and excitedly heads towards closing. After the lender commitment,... Read More

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