KW Blue Bell Blog
The past year was anything but normal, and the changes in lifestyle, work place, and market fluctuations are dictating a changing landscape for real estate and work and home design.
This year has brought changes to everything, and our houses have seen it all. Homes have shifted from where we relax and sleep to where we work, learn, play, work out, binge watch the Crown, and find ways to keep ourselves sane in these crazy times. Anyone else take up baking bread and trying to diet at the same time?
The world is scary right now, and if you were thinking of purchasing a home before, you may be wondering if it’s still the right move. The answer, say many experts, is yes. Mortgage rates are going down (and down, and down) if you can afford a home, you should purchase one sooner rather than later.
If you are planning to sell your home, Spring is a popular and smart time to list! The weather is better, travel is easier and less messy. In addition, home buyers with children likely want to close in the Summer (after one school year ends and before the next one begins).
The weather may be cold but the market in Philadelphia and the surrounding Philadelphia suburbs continues to heat up as mortgage rates drop and new buyers hit the market (Now can we all stop picking on the millennials?). With Spring (the most popular time to list a house) right around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about listing!
4 Tips For Creating A Child-Friendly Philadelphia Home
Whether you’re setting up your new home for your own little ones or you want to accommodate visiting grandkids, nieces/nephews or friends’ children, there are several ways you can make your home child-friendly. From safety to entertainment, help make the kiddos in your life feel more welcomed with these ideas.4 Tips For Creating A Child-Friendly Philadelphia Home
Temperatures are dropping and the chill of winter is in the air. Is your home ready for the cold weather? Here are a few suggestions on how to make sure your home stays warm and cozy through the winter months and possibly save money on your utility bill.
The decision to buy a house is a big one. It may seem like a scary experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Prepare for the process by doing some research. Talk to friends and family about their homebuying experiences and ask yourself a few simple but important questions.
Buying a house can be a complicated matter, so it’s best to enlist the help of a qualified real estate professional. A realtor can answer questions and provide guidance through the home buying process.
Are you preparing your house for sale and want an updated look to attract potential buyers? Have you purchased a new home and want to create a unique look and feel for you and your family to enjoy? Whatever your reason, these simple decorating tips can help you transform your living space into something special.