This Weekend’s Project: Curb Appeal!

Posted by blogger // June 1, 2018

Summer is quickly approaching, and perhaps you have started brainstorming lists of home improvement projects you would like to tackle. If you were mainly thinking about your interior spaces, perhaps a list of curb appeal ideas can spur some inspiration, to think of ways to spruce up the appearance of your property exterior. According to a survey […]

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2 Ways Millennials Will Affect The 2018 Housing Market

Posted by Leslie Marquard // January 4, 2018

Over the past several years, generation Y — most commonly known as the millennial generation — has been a heated topic of discussion. Whether it be about their work habits or the way they are expected to impact the 2018 housing market, you rarely hear crickets when it comes to the subject of millennials. But today […]

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5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Setting 2018 Goals

Posted by Leslie Marquard // January 2, 2018

Key Takeaways Answering these five questions before setting 2018 goals will help give you the edge you need to succeed. Setting 2018 goals shouldn’t be a task you dread, but rather one look forward to. Don’t dive into setting your 2018 goals without first having a plan.

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The Best Things to Store on Open Kitchen Shelves

Posted by Leslie Marquard // August 28, 2017

Open shelves are a love-it or leave-it idea, but for those who love them, the breezy appeal is undeniable. They take an extra investment of time compared to closed cabinets (as more tidying is necessary), but they can add a lot of style and functionality without too much work. Open shelves in the kitchen can […]

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How to Keep Your Kitchen’s Stainless Steel Spotless

Posted by Leslie Marquard // August 8, 2017

Consider these 6 cleaning tips for maintaining your stainless steel appliances and surfaces Stainless steel is a beautiful finish, but to keep it looking its best, especially if you have a family of little ones, can be a big job. Here are a few quick cleaning tips to help you keep your stainless steel gleaming. […]

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Where to Build a Tiny House—and How Small Is Too Small?

Posted by Leslie Marquard // July 24, 2017

                            If you are a fan of tiny houses and pondering living in one yourself, your next question will likely be where to build a tiny house. You’re smart to wonder, because you can’t just plunk it down anywhere, even if you own the land and there’s more than enough space. […]

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10 Things To Do Before Applying For A Real Estate Loan

Posted by blogger // February 5, 2017

What does a potential homebuyer need to do before attempting to secure a real estate loan? The first step in buying your dream home is applying for a real estate loan. This type of loan, which is also referred to as a mortgage, is commonly used by homebuyers to finance real estate. When approved, borrowers […]

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2129 Pioneer, Evanston, Illinois

Posted by blogger // January 9, 2017

Hot off the press – here it is! The 2129 Pioneer Road, Evanston, Illinois rendering! We are so excited and would love to hear what you think!

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A Homebuyer’s Guide To Mortgage Loan Options

Posted by blogger // December 23, 2016

One of the biggest challenges homeowners face is finding the right mortgage loan for their first purchases. There are so many mortgage loan options to choose from, it is hard to decipher which choice will best meet your needs. The first step when choosing from the multitude of mortgage loan options is to determine your loan […]

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Real Estate Market Trends: Will 2017 Benefit Buyers, Sellers Or Both?

Posted by blogger // December 14, 2016

“Those looking to buy may want to consider a winter home purchase in order to avoid bidding wars and higher prices spurred by a potential increase in millennial buyers.”

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