When you choose to sell your home, it's a big financial decision. Whether you're transferring to another city, moving to a retirement community, or relocating to a bigger home, you want the best possible return on your investment. Accomplishing this goal is easier when you establish the right asking price.
We have all heard of the book, Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus, about the differences between how men and women communicate. Those differences continue when it comes to making home buying decisions. Everyone looks for something different when they are buying a new home ... that can get tricky if you're trying to buy a home as a couple. Our real estate agents have taken a look at some of the latest surveys, which indicate that, while there are certain things men and women tend to agree on during the home search process, there are also areas where the dividing lines are pretty sharply drawn.
To successfully buy a home as a couple, you have to find a house that both partners are excited about. That makes it important to understand how men and women tend to approach home buying decisions differently.
Each third Sunday in July, Augusta County residents join ice cream lovers across the country in celebration of National Ice Cream Day. As REALTORS® in Augusta County, we live, work and shop here. We know where to find the best local ice cream. Just in time for National Ice Cream Day on July 16, we present our list of the 10 best shops.
When you're ready to make the leap from apartment living to home ownership, you have two main options: buy a new, move-in ready house, or invest in an older home that may need more than a little work before it's livable. It's a big decision.