Spring Refresh: Top Storage Organization Tips
Annual spring cleaning is said to have come about due to the need to eliminate the soot and grime left over from winter from whale oil lamps or ...
Posted by Megan Garrell on January 30, 2022
Waiving Home Inspections | The Benefits and Pitfalls
Waiving Home Inspections – The Benefits and Pitfalls
Home inspections are traditionally one of the many parts to buying a home. However, with ...
Posted by Lauren Brown on December 28, 2021
Buying a Home | What is 'Due Diligence’ When Buying a Home?
Many people are unschooled about the various aspects of buying a home. The purchase of a new home is likely the largest investment most people will ...
Posted by Tally Nelson on November 7, 2021
FAQ: What Is a Buyer's Market?
If you are a first-time homebuyer it is important to understand when it is the most advantageous time to purchase a home. In real estate, there is a ...
Posted by Lee Willey on June 21, 2021
These Landscaping Tips Can Increase Your Home Value
When buying or selling a property, landscaping can be a competitive advantage in the market, making houses attract even more attention from ...
Posted by Lee Willey on June 7, 2021
What to Keep for Taxes after Buying a Home
Buying your very first house is an incredibly large step, plausibly an overwhelming decision to make as a part of one's life. It is, however, a good ...
Posted by Lee Willey on May 10, 2021
Best Plants for Your Garden in South Carolina
Gardening in South Carolina can be achieved with proper care. Most home gardeners grow vegetables for their ideal flavors and nutritional value as ...
Posted by Lee Willey on April 5, 2021
Why Should I Refinance?
Owning a house is most people’s dream. Though, a mortgage is not accessible to everyone, which makes owning a home quite a hassle. Many people ...
Posted by Hunter Cook on March 19, 2021
How to Make the Most of Your Home Office
When we work from home having a place or space we can work in comfort while not diminishing our focus can be a challenge. For that reason, here is a ...
Posted by Megan Garrell on March 8, 2021
Budget Tips to Relieve the Stress of High House Payments
Buying a home is one of the biggest purchases you will make, but maintaining a high monthly payment can be stressful. While it is important to save ...
Posted by Megan Garrell on February 17, 2021
Budgeting for Home Improvement Projects
Very few of us like sticking to a budget, but setting a budget is key when you are planning to take on a big home improvement project. Whether we ...
Posted by Matt Serrato on November 9, 2020
Countdown to Move Out Checklist
You turn the key, open the door, and you're finally in the house you'll soon call a home - not so fast, though. Before you settle in, you need to ...
Posted by Matt Serrato on October 21, 2020
Tips for Staying Healthy at Home
During the isolation period, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are less on the move, and this can have an adverse effect on our health. The ...
Posted by Megan Garrell on May 5, 2020
What You Need to Know Before Applying for a Home Loan
Whether you're taking out a loan to purchase a new home, or you're applying for a home equity loan (taking out a loan with your home as collateral), ...
Posted by Thomas "Jeff" Cook on December 4, 2019
How Families With Children Can Prep Their Home for Sale Without Stressing
Guest Blogger: Kristin Louis
Prepping a home for sale, whether you live in Charleston or another city, can be a serious undertaking. You know you ...
Posted by Thomas "Jeff" Cook on November 11, 2019
5 Tips for First Time Home Buyers
Guest Blogger: Talia Spero
Congratulations! After months – maybe even years - of preparation and excitement, you are finally purchasing your ...
Posted by Cory Towler on September 30, 2019
8 Questions You Must Ask Before Hiring A Home Builder
Few things feel as good as finally being in a position to have a home you can call your own.
It’s great if you choose to buy an existing ...
Posted by Cory Towler on September 5, 2019
5 Tips for Homeowners for Choosing the Ideal Roofing Contractor
We all need a roof over our heads, quite literally. Walls protect us from the elements, but it’s the roof that bears the brunt of harsh direct ...
Posted by Jeff Cook on August 19, 2019