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Preparing Your Second Home for Winter

It's October, which means snow isn't far off in New England. With the impending winter, it's time to start thinking about preparing your second home for the weather, while you will most likely not be visiting. We've put together some tips on preparing your summer home for the colder months. 

Fall in New England is a Great Time to List Your Home

If folks in the South talk about their beautiful spring season, folks in the Northeast know that Fall is one of the nicest times of the year. Maple trees changing colors, apple picking, warm sunny afternoons and Thanksgiving… This is the time of year that many people are thinking about the home that they live in and the home they want to be in in the future.

Should You Keep Renting or Buy a Home?

Taking the leap and buying a home is not a decision that should be made lightly. Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make in your life, so you should make sure that you are in a position to do so responsibly. With that being said, you may be ready to buy if you can say yes to the following items.

3 Ways to Attract Millennial Home Buyers

There are a lot of preconceived notions about Millennial buyers, whether those are all true or not, one this is for sure: they are making up a larger and larger portion of home buyers. According to Realtor.com, Millennials represented 42% of new home loans by early 2019. So how do you attract a Millenial home buyer to your property?

Is a Tiny Home Right for You?

Tiny homes are a trend that can seem appealing from the surface. They tend to be cute and seem to be a cheaper option – but are tiny homes all they are cracked up to be? Below are 4 things you should keep in mind before purchasing a tiny home.