So we have been a little busy the past few months during these crazy times! From figuring out this 'Rona mess, navigating "masks-are-a-must" vacations, torn mus
How Much Can I Afford?
''How do I know what I can afford?'' Great question! The first step to purchasing a home is determining how much you can afford and getting a pre-approval letter from a lender. The...
Metal Roofing for Homeowners
There was a time when metal roofing was largely reserved for use on shop buildings or certain businesses. These days, however, you’ll see metal roofs on almost any sort of structure, including...
Current Buyer & Seller Perks
Whether you’re thinking about buying or selling at home, there are some key perks available right now. Let’s connect today to discuss how they may play to your advantage in our local market...........
What Should Be in an Emergency Survival Kit?
By: Wendy Paris Published: August 28, 2009 Preparing and keeping a fully stocked home emergency preparedness kit could be the key to your family's safety if disaster strikes. You...
First-Time Home Buyer? Here's Everything You Need to Know
Hey, first-time home buyers - congratulations!!! Whether you’re just starting out or already halfway through the process, here's your resource for all things first-time home buyer related.
QUICK 10K PRICE IMPROVEMENT in Leawood!
With a quick 10K PRICE IMPROVEMENT, you will want to call this Leawood beauty HOME!
Creative Storage Solutions for Your Home
Here are some handy ways to crack the code on keeping the most-used rooms in your home organized!
We should remain cautious in our optimism, as the recovery is ultimately tied to our future success in mitigating the ongoing health crisis. However, as Mike Fratantoni, Chief Economist for the.......
5 Credit Card Myths Hurting Your Wallet and Credit Score
There are many myths and rumors out there about how to spend on a credit card, when to pay it off and whether or not to even have a card. Unfortunately, some of these credit card myths, if...
DIY: RaiseGardeningd Bed
Even though everything seems to have ground to a halt, it’s important to think about things a bit further down the line. This not only helps you to prepare for when things start back up again, but...
Seller's Market - What does that mean?
They say it's a "seller's market". But what does that mean? And what can you do as a buyer to improve the chances of your offer being accepted when there are multiple buyers wanting the same home?
International Beer Day!
Happy International Beer Day! What's your favorite place in town for beer?
Want an RV as a Home This Summer? The Benefits and Costs Revealed.
If you dream of hitting the open road with a house on wheels, you may be thinking about buying an RV, or recreational vehicle. It's an especially alluring idea these days. According to...
Lawn Mowing Best Practices
Whether you love mowing the lawn or hate it, it’s a job that needs to be done. As with most things, though, there’s a difference between doing it and doing it well. If you find yourself wondering...
Reflecting on Mirrors in Your Older Home
If you have an older home, there’s a decent chance that somewhere in the house you have at least one large, bulky wall-mounted mirror. While not all older homes will feature one of these mirrors,...
Lowest Mortgage Rates in History: What It Means for Homeowners/Buyers
In July, the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell below 3% for the first time in history.1 And while many Americans have rushed to take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity, others....