Cheryl Bourland's blog

Four Ways to Add Functionality to an Undersized Home

If you're currently living in a space that's simply too small to fit your needs, then you aren't alone. In fact, this is one of the most common errors made by buyers during the homebuying process. Whether it was due to budgetary limitations, a lack of suitable options, or simple miscalculation on your part, the result is still the same: you find yourself cramped and dreaming of wide-open spaces. Although you could technically build an addition to the house or move again, these expensive and stressful undertakings are best saved as a last resort. Instead, consider the following four strategies that can make living space appear almost out of thin air!

Choosing The Right Real Estate Agent Will Benefit You In The Long Run

home inspection reportA real estate agent is an invaluable resource when you are looking for or searching for a home. No matter how much time you spend with your agent they are spending even more time on your behalf to help you with everything you need. Unlike other professions that get a salary or get paid per hour a real estate agent doesn’t get paid until they make that sale or unless a sale even happens.

Keeping a Tight Budget Is Often The Best Advice After Purchasing a Home

Buying a home, especially with inflation rates as high as they are, can be a large expense that we often don't take as seriously as we possibly can. Certain expenditures are a given when it comes to a new home including insurance, property taxes and energy bills. Keeping a budget is important so that you don’t fall into an unfortunate situation by spending money unnecessarily.