Selling your home can be a trying time on any family or individual. Don’t make it worse by opening yourself up to a burglary or worse. Make use of my safety tips for home sellers to protect you and your family.
Now you might think traveling 300 miles away from home really isn’t that far. You’re right, but unfortunately while away from your home anything can happen. The key is being prepared if something does happen. Whether you’re a long time home owner or a new homeowner here are my vacation tips for your home.
The last thing any buyer or seller wants to find out is their home may have a mold infestation. So what do you do when buying or selling a home with mold? Well i have some advice for sellers, buyers and homeowners in general. Because every home has mold!
I believe everyone needs to be prepared for any emergency that may come their way. I welcome you to use my ultimate homeowner emergency contact list to help protect your property and family should the need arise.
Many homeowners perform maintenance on their home as it is needed. If their home is functioning well enough that it doesn’t disrupt their daily routine, no maintenance is done. This is a financially dangerous way to think about home maintenance.
Disasters happen, which is why a homeowner emergency preparedness plan is so important. The outcome of a small or large disaster can hinge on how well you have planned and prepared. The first step with any plan is to make sure everyone knows there is a plan. Let’s start with basics for homeowners: