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February 2018

Found 4 blog entries for February 2018.

Tips to Build a First HomeBuilding your first home can be an overwhelming experience. Careful planning and prioritizing can help the process go more smoothly. These tips will help you make the most of your home building experience, so when it's over, you'll have a home that you love.

Think Into the Future

Future homeowners want their home to be a place where they can live comfortably for many years. When buyers are thinking about what features will be most important to them in their new Bloomfield Hills home, give thought to the way their life is likely to change in the future. If the home is larger than initially needed, buyers can always turn unused space into a room for hobbies or guests, but building on later may be more difficult. Work together with all members

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What Staging Mistakes to AvoidWhen trying to sell a home, homeowners can stage it in order to help it appeal to buyers and help it sell faster. However, there is an art to home staging, and it’s easy to make mistakes without realizing it. Here are 5 common home staging mistakes to watch out for and how to prevent them from happening in the first place.

Empty Rooms Breed Lonliness

It might seem like a good idea on paper to clear furniture out of the home—that way buyers can imagine their furniture in the rooms, right? Unfortunately, empty rooms can make it more difficult for buyers to imagine themselves living in and decorating the space. Rooms tend to seem much smaller than they actually are when they don’t have any furniture, so homeowners should try to keep their home

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Down Payment Options for HomebuyersThe down payment on a home is one area of life in which the "bigger is better" saying always rings true. A large down payment of twenty percent or more can help the home buyer avoid paying expensive prime mortgage interest (PMI) costs on their purchase and help to reduce the size of the monthly mortgage payment, both of which allows them to enjoy lower recurring costs of ownership. In some instances, large down payments can also help buyers qualify for lower mortgage interest rates or better loan terms.

Unfortunately, not every home buyer has the financial resources to put down thousands of dollars on the purchase of a home. For some, even modest down payments are difficult to come up with. Prospective home buyers who find themselves struggling

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How to Landscape Your New HomeLandscaping can be intimidating for new homeowners, especially people who have just purchased their first home. Having the right tools, knowing what to plant and maintaining other landscaping features can help improve your property value and make your new home look beautiful.

What You'll Need

If you're a first time homeowner, there may be quite a few gardening tools that you'll need to buy before you can start landscaping. Below are just a few of the many tools you'll want to keep in your garage after buying your new home.

  • Garden hose. You'll need your hose for planting and possibly for irrigating, if your new home doesn't have a built-in sprinkler system.
  • Trowel. A trowel is a small hand shovel that can be used for transplanting and
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