Homes are totally sellable in winter. In fact, if someone is looking to buy your home in the winter months, they’re probably in a hurry. But here are some key factors, according to Zillow Porchlight’s Brendon Desimone, to selling in the winter-time.
Want to know a secret to selling your home this year? Of course, you probably know a few of them: freshen up the paint, make it look and smell newer - but did you consider utilizing the latest tech to sell? What about social media?
House pets and houseplants are both a lot of fun, but can be difficult to juggle – not just in the care and keeping of, but some combinations of both can be fatal for pets.
Whether you’ve made plans to renovate your home or maybe you are refinancing or purchasing with a 203(k), recruiting a home renovation team you can count on to see your project through to the end is key.
Bugs in or around your home at some point in time are pretty much an inevitability. Whether it’s ants, mosquitos, or other type of scuttling, flying, or squirming insect, Houselogic has determined how best to go head-to-head with each type of bug.
It’s very possible you’ve never put any thought into your downspout, but that’s not to say you shouldn’t!
Once the subject of sci-fi movies, smart features in homes are a thing of now. A few days ago we highlighted some cool new tech stuff on the market for energy savings and even new phone apps meant to make homeownership easier. But now, thanks to Zillow, homeowners everywhere can be on the look-out for newer, smarter, and techier things to come…
Who doesn’t dream about having a lush yard filled with vegetation for rabbits, fawns, and all manner of furry, Snow White-esque friends to nibble and frolic? What this image doesn’t depict is the damage some of these furry friends can cause!
Discounts and premiums, coverage and claims! A lot of consideration goes into settling on a homeowner’s insurance policy. You could be pondering a variety of homeowner’s insurance related issues…
Interior design, that is. Thanks to the research efforts of Zillow, listings that include “subway tiles” or “barn doors” as interior design features are selling like hotcakes.