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    Address 123 Main St, Devon, PA
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    • In this Edition: Listing During the Holidays May Lead to a Faster Sale at a Higher Price Point

      Our lead story in this month’s Home Matters examines six reasons why you shouldn’t wait until after the holidays to list your home. Other topics covered this month include simple ways your smart speaker can improve your life at home and how you can up your recycling IQ to ensure you're not doing more harm than good. We hope you enjoy this month’s edition of Home Matters and as always, we welcome your feedback. Email us anytime!

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      Sun, 19 Nov 2017

    • 6 Reasons Why You Should List Your Home During the Holidays

      Traditional real estate wisdom may be telling you to hold off selling your home until after the holidays, but there are plenty of good reasons to list your home right now. Consider the following:

      • People who are looking for a home during the holiday season are most likely pretty serious about making a move. In fact, they may be in a bit of hurry. Putting your home on the market now might result in a faster sale at a higher price point.
      • Between family gatherings and holiday parties, you’ve probably got your home in bright and shiny, tip-top shape for entertaining. What better time to show off your home to prospective buyers, too?
      • In most areas of the country, yard maintenance decreases during the wintry holiday months. While you may have to blow a few leaves and clear away some snow from walkways, you won’t have to worry about keeping the lawn mowed, the garden beds weeded and the flowers blooming as you would if listing your home in the spring and summer.
      • The end of the year is usually a slower time for real estate professionals, so you will get lots of attention from your agent if you decide to list your home during the holiday season.
      • You will also have less competition in terms of other homes on the market, allowing your home to stand out more to prospective buyers.
      • You can stage your home to make an emotional connection to the holidays. Work with your real estate agent to tastefully decorate so that prospective buyers envision themselves hosting loving family celebrations in your home during the holidays. Stay away from overtly religious decorations and stick with decorations like small white lights, natural evergreens and a few shimmering metallics. An evergreen- or cranberry-scented candle will also emphasize that home-for-the-holidays feel. 
      If you need more real estate information, feel free to contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 19 Nov 2017

    • 5 Ways Your Smart Speaker Can Help out Around the House

      From Google Home to Amazon Echo, smart speakers are hitting the market in droves. But while they seem like the next “must have,” what do they really do? And do you really need one?
       
      First things first, according to WhatIs.com, a smart speaker is a wireless and smart audio playback device that uses several types of connectivity for additional functions. The original purpose was to wirelessly deliver audio content from your media library, i.e., songs from your Spotify playlist. Many have evolved, however, to now feature voice-activated digital assistants and to also be able to operate home automation programs. The term “smart speaker” now specifically refers to those speakers with voice control.
       
      But how can a smart speaker improve your life at home? Here are just a few of the tasks you will be able to use it for (which will vary according to model and artificial intelligence (AI) used):

      1. DJ your next party. Place a few smart speakers in several rooms of your house, including your yard or patio, and have the same playlist piped throughout the entire expanse of your party.
      2. Control your audio-visual needs. Smart speakers may be able to end the madness of multiple remote controls, let alone the confusion regarding how to operate said remotes.
      3. Make you more energy efficient. A key component of your smart home automation, you can enlist your smart speaker in adjusting your lights and your heating and cooling system. When used wisely, this can help lower your energy bill.
      4. Organize your day. You can use a smart speaker in much the same way you use Siri—to remind you of items on your to-do list, appointments on your calendar, and give you directions to wherever you’re headed.
      5. Buy and sell real estate. An increasing number of apps will become available through smart speakers that will help you search for and buy homes in your area, contact real estate agents or visit open houses. 
      As with all technology, the applications and possibilities of smart speakers will only continue to evolve, so it might be worth taking one for a test drive.
       
      Hope you found these tips helpful. If you need any real estate information, please contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 19 Nov 2017

    • Before You Set Your Alarm, Make Sure That Black Friday Deal Is Really Worth It

      For better or worse, the American Thanksgiving tradition now includes a midnight run to the nearest department store or electronics retailer in the hopes of nabbing the ultimate Black Friday deal. But before you join the masses in this shopping madness, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises doing the following to make sure the deal you worked so hard for doesn’t turn into a disaster.

      1. Is the discount really a discount? Make sure that the price wasn’t inflated before the store offered a percentage off. For example, if there's 20 percent off the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), that’s not much of a deal. The MSRP is a much higher price than what the store would normally sell the product for.
      2. Read the fine print. Some Black Friday sale items may only be available in limited quantities or during specific time periods. In other words, you may need to line up before the store opens to even have a chance of scoring a specific deal.
      3. Be aware of the return policy. Before you purchase, make sure you’re able to return the sale item if it turns out not to be what you wanted or if you find it cheaper somewhere else.
      4. Be safe online. Lots of Black Friday deals are offered online, as well. Be sure to pay with a credit card as opposed to your debit card—your credit card is protected in case of fraudulent activity, whereas your bank account is at risk when using your debit card—and look for the padlock icon in the browser to make sure you’re on a secure site. 
      Finally, the BBB reminds us that there are many holiday shopping deals to be had beyond Black Friday. Consider Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday, as well as local craft and gift fairs. Of course, the best way to avoid overspending this holiday season is to create a budget, make a list and stick to it. Remember, the most thoughtful gifts usually don’t come with high price tags...or any price tag at all.
       
      If you'd like more homeowner information, please contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 19 Nov 2017

    • Painting Project in the Works? Consider the Colors of 2018

      When it comes time to refreshing our walls with a new coat of color, we all have our favorite hues. But it’s always worth taking a look at the colors the experts choose as trending shades for the year ahead. The editors at remodeling.com compiled the 2018 picks from the top paint companies. So before you spread the drop cloth and don your coveralls, consider whether any of the following fashion-forward colors will work in your home:
       
      The Green Hour: This blue-green with a healthy wash of gray from Dunn-Edwards can pass as a neutral shade, but also lends a moody or dramatic look to a room. If you’re looking for something light and airy, this isn’t it.
       
      Black Magic: This choice from Olympic Paint is a shade of black that offers striking contrast when used for trim and accent furniture. You can also consider painting one or two walls in this color, depending on the size and purpose of the room in question.
       
      In the Moment: Another blue-green hue, this one comes from Behr, and offers a softer, more pastel option. This versatile shade would work equally well in a bedroom, kitchen or living room—and is a nice gender-neutral option for a baby’s room.
       
      Deep Onyx: This shade from Glidden is another twist on black, offering a classic, timeless approach, just like “a little black dress,” as the firm’s marketing department aptly describes it.

      Caliente: Just like the name implies, this fiery red from Benjamin Moore will quickly heat up a room. It's perfect for a large dining room or any room that can handle a bright pop of color.

      Oceanside: Yet one more take on a blue-green, this color from Sherwin-Williams is very deep and intense, just like its namesake.
       
      If you’d like more information about homeownership, please contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 19 Nov 2017