Is Being in the Dog House Really Such a Bad Thing? Not if you are the lucky pooch who lives in one of these homes! “Here’s to pets…and all the things that make a house a home” This Coldwell Banker Value of a Home TV commercial showcases one of the great things that make a [...]
Fall is officially here and September is almost out the door. If you’re anything like me you’re trying to forget that you benched the wrong players in your fantasy league yesterday or dreaming of that pumpkin spice coffee in your Keurig. In either case, here are some real estate headlines to start your week:
In these economic times, people often take a look at ways they can downsize their spending and make less do more. One area that is seeing some growth is what I’ll call the small house movement. While we love to tour mansions and watch TV shows that showcase extravagant spaces, the opposite side of the real estate spectrum is getting serious attention from home owners across the globe
Home. It’s a simple word with more meanings than one would expect. It’s a term that crosses continents and has universal appeal. Sports, entertainment and even financial sectors all use the word on a regular basis. It’s a part of pop culture, music and a niche market all wrapped in one. Today the headlines have tried to change the definition of home. The meaning has been construed to be solely about financial value, investment and an indicator of market plight, but what is missing is seeing the true definition of home in the eyes of those who own one.
Today’s architects and home builders may have all started their careers by building a home with the same object: Legos. For decades Lego has allowed children and adults alike to build mansions, castles and homes of all sizes using just dotted bricks and their imagination. In addition Lego pieces can be found hidden under almost any couch, radiator or refrigerator of homes with children. My house included.
We’ve been talking about the value of a home and how it impacts the lifestyle of a person quite a bit lately. But sometimes you need to hear it from people who aren’t in the real estate industry. We get that so we hit to the streets and got some advice from real homeowners on what their home buying experience was like and what tips they have for first-time home buyers. Take a look.