The list of things to consider while moving is endless. There is so much chaos between trying to decide on different paint colors, boxes everywhere, and big moving trucks. If you think you are anxious about moving, imagine how your pet may feel. Here are some tips and tricks to make your furry friend’s transition to a new home an easy one:
Determining the right time to begin house hunting can be an overwhelming decision. Taking the time to pause and evaluate if your housing situation is the best fit for you and your family will greatly benefit everyone in the long run.
If you have recently moved to or are considering Auburn as your future home, you are probably curious about what there is to do here in your free time. Here in Auburn, our residents have access to so many small businesses from restaurants to boutiques!
There is a massive amount of information out there about staging a home. We all know that too much information can be overwhelming. To make things easier, we want to give you a brief overview of key things to prioritize throughout the staging process.
Finding the perfect new home is an adventurous and exciting point of life. By working with a real estate agent you will be guaranteed to find a space that you can’t wait to invite your friends and family to! Once the boxes are unpacked, you may be itching to finally host guests in your new home or apartment. After receiving numerous messages from friends and family wondering when they can stop by and see the new place, it is time to throw a housewarming party! By following these tips, you will be guaranteed to impress all your guests with your hosting skills.
So you have signed the papers and paid the tuition, it’s official, your child is heading to college. But what is next on the agenda? We think finding a place for them to live is the next most important step. You have three options: opt for university housing, rent a room from an apartment complex or buy a house or condo for your child. There is one choice that is considerably better than the others. Buy a place for your student to live!