As winter comes to an end, your home will need a checkup—both inside and out–whether you are planning to sell your home or not. Routine home maintenance is an essential step in avoiding costly repairs further down the road, and spring is the perfect time to spruce up your property and keep it looking and performing at its best.
Spring and summer are certainly busier than fall and winter in the real estate world, but the fluctuations within the market actually have a lot more to do with supply and demand than they do with the time of year. This is why we have the terms “buyer’s market” and “seller’s market”. Right now, we are in a seller’s market, but what does that mean for you? Let’s look at the basics, and we’ll share some tips for both buyers and sellers.
There’s no denying it–the real estate market peaks in the spring and summer months. However, no matter the weather outside, home buying and selling remains an all-season activity. If you find yourself needing to put your home on the market during the winter months, here are some tips for staging during the cold, snowy winter.
Many homeowners these days are wanting to find homes outside the hustle and bustle of city life, while still leading a productive and connected modern lifestyle. Increasingly, people are finding exactly what they’re looking for in rural communities. We take great delight in serving the smaller towns and rural areas in eastern Iowa, so today we’re sharing some of our favorite benefits of living in a rural community.