Common Closing Costs for Sellers

By |2020-06-09T15:58:16-05:00June 3rd, 2020|Home Selling, Sellers|

When you're selling your home, you'll end up paying a bit of cash on closing day for closing costs. But what are the most common closing costs for sellers, and how much will they cost you? Here's what you need to know. Common Closing Costs for Sellers Check out these common closing costs that sellers [...]

3 Interior Decor Trends That Have Lost Their Appeal

By |2020-05-29T17:56:51-05:00May 25th, 2020|Around the House, Design, Home Selling, Sellers, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

If you're selling a home in Midland, you want to do what it takes to help it sell quickly (and for the best possible price). That may mean doing away with these interior decor trends that have lost their appeal with today's buyers. 3 Interior Decor Trends That Have Lost Their Appeal Check out these [...]

During My Open House: If I Play Music, What Should I Choose?

By |2020-05-29T16:45:02-05:00April 29th, 2020|Creative, Home Selling, Sellers, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

Music can influence attitudes and conjure emotions. The right playlist at your open house can set the mood for an event that pulses with energy, or one that’s more laidback and easygoing. So if you decide to play music at your home’s all-important debut, what kind of playlist should you create for one of our [...]

Home Staging: Secrets to a Tidy Home Anyone Can Follow

By |2019-10-16T10:36:27-05:00September 16th, 2019|Around the House, Home Selling, Moving, Moving & Packing, Sellers, Staging, Things to Do, Tips for Fall, Tips for Winter, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

Most people want a house that looks clean and tidy, available to welcome visitors without hesitation, particularly if the house is going on the market while still being inhabited. While this can seem like a daunting task, there are a few things to keep in mind which will make it easier. Minimalism Minimalism has become [...]

Basic Home-Staging Tips To Sell Your Home Faster

By |2019-10-16T10:36:00-05:00September 8th, 2019|Around the House, Home Selling, Midland 1st Choice, Moving, Moving & Packing, Real Estate Market Update, Sellers, Staging, Things to Do, Tips for Fall, Tips for Winter, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

Home-staging basically is a tool that sellers use to make their home look warm and inviting while highlighting strengths of the home and down-playing weaknesses. There are companies that will stage your home for a fee, but it’s also something you can do yourself if you are interested in saving money. The number one priority [...]

It’s Probably Time To Clean Your Gutters Again!

By |2019-10-16T10:35:48-05:00September 3rd, 2019|Around the House, Home Selling, Landscaping, Sellers, Staging, Things to Do, Tips for Spring, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

If you're in the process of selling your home, there's already a lot on your plate. But don't forget this one important spring chore! Home ownership comes with a lot of unsavory maintenance work, but perhaps none more than the cleaning of gutters. Gutters are not something people think about much until there is a [...]

Cement Fiber Beadboard Is The Perfect Solution For Porch Ceilings In Midland

By |2019-06-15T12:00:12-05:00June 18th, 2019|Around the House, Buyers, Design, Home Buying, Home Selling, Luxury, Midland Texas, Permian Basin Life, Sellers, Staging, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

Midland can get warm and the humidity can fluctuate. Vinyl beadboard might be perfect for consistently dry, temperate regions, but there is a multitude of places where fiber cement beadboard is the single best option for replacing an old, worn porch ceiling. Fiber cement beadboard is a new building material that looks just like gorgeous [...]

Is Bamboo Really A Green Building Material?

By |2019-06-13T19:04:00-05:00June 14th, 2019|Around the House, Buyers, Design, Home Buying, Home Selling, Midland Texas, Sellers, Tips, Life Hacks & How-to|

Bamboo is considered a green building material, but some environmentalists have questioned how green it really is. It seems to fit the definition of a sustainable material. It doesn't even require re-planting. Once matured enough to use as a building material, bamboo can replace itself in just three years. Still, some say it's not nearly [...]