Monthly Archives: January 2018

5 Details to Pay Attention to When Buying a Home

When it comes to buying a retirement home, eager shoppers often zero in on perks like clubhouse amenities, the size and layout of the home and features they’ve long desired, like fireplaces and granite countertops. After all, you’ve worked hard for this time and your home should be a place of refuge where family and Read More

Six Signs You’re Meant for Lake Life

For some, “living the dream” means a studio apartment on the thirty-second floor of a skyscraper, right in the center of the action. There’s nothing wrong with city life, but it’s definitely not for everyone. If you’d rather commute by boat than subway, and if your ideal morning is spent sipping coffee on your screened-in Read More

Why Buying Tellico Village Real Estate Makes Sense for the Long-Haul

  Doesn’t it feel great to win? Often, big wins come after putting in a sustained effort. Maybe you’ve experienced a serious financial victory in the last few years, or the major investments of time and energy you put into worthwhile causes have finally paid off. Whether you’re wrapping up a long career and making Read More

3 Ways to Get Your Lakefront Home Ready for a Spring Sale

Selling a lakefront home can be both an exciting and daunting task. From finding a new home to hiring movers, there’s so much to do, so much to plan for, not to mention it’s cold outside! No worries. Warm spring days are just around the corner. But before you decide to settle in and wait Read More

The 6 Financial Benefits of Homeownership

If you believe there is “no place like home,” you are likely among the 68% of Americans who have decided to eschew renting and own their home outright. Homeownership is about much more than having a place to hang your hat and feeling free to make decorating decisions without having your landlord sign off on them, Read More

5 Things to Think About Before Listing Your Home

  Editor’s note: This blog was originally posted in 2014, but has been updated for timeliness and accuracy. Most homeowners believe their home is a good financial investment, in fact, 84% of Americans do, according to a 2017 survey by the National Association of Realtors. A personal residence is generally the largest-single asset most individuals have and it is Read More