Tips on Buying, Selling, Moving and More

  • Fix Up Your Home's Exterior

    "Curb appeal is just as important as cleaning the inside of the home -- it's the buyer's first impression of your home," Page says. Mow the lawn, make sure the sidewalk and driveway are free…   See the Image

  • Yes, You Can Stage Your Home Yourself

    When it comes to selling your home, appearance is everything. But hiring a professional stager can be extremely costly. Jessica Page, a Realtor with Innovative Real Estate in Denver, along with…   See the Image

  • Get Rid of Clutter

    Published 03/18/13 in Real Estate
    Get Rid of Clutter

    "After years of living in the same home, clutter collects in such a way that may not be evident to the homeowner. However, it does affect the way buyers see the home, even if you don't realize…   See the Image

  • Glam the Front Door

    Learn how you can add some oomph to your home's outward appearance without breaking the bank.   See the Gallery

  • Maximize Your Home's Curb Appeal: Spruce Up Your Lawn

    Make sure your house catches homebuyers' eyes this fall with these stylish updates and landscaping design ideas.   See the Gallery

  • Planning is Key

    First-time homebuyers face multiple challenges even before they get the house keys. These tips will help you plan for a successful real estate purchase.   See the Gallery

  • Think Long-Term

    Published 03/15/13 in Real Estate
    Think Long-Term

    He also advises thinking of the house as a long-term commitment. "If you have to switch jobs in a year or two and may have to move for the job, you should think twice," says Conarchy. "Ideally,…   See the Image

  • Planning is Key

    Published 03/15/13 in Real Estate
    Planning is Key

    First-time homebuyers face multiple challenges even before they get the house keys: getting approved for a mortgage, finding the right agent, searching for the perfect home and staying within a …   See the Image

  • Nix Emotional Decisions

    Published 03/15/13 in Real Estate
    Nix Emotional Decisions

    Home buying doesn't begin with home searching. It begins with a mortgage prequalification. Often, first homebuyers "are afraid to get prequalified," says Steve Anderson, owner of Re/Max Benchmark…   See the Image

  • Know What You Can Afford

    Published 03/15/13 in Real Estate
    Know What You Can Afford

    Many decide to buy when they feel ready for a mortgage. But just because they can afford mortgage payments doesn't mean they can afford a home, says New York attorney Rafael Castellanos, a…   See the Image