If you are looking to make a financial investment, real estate is nearly always a safe bet. Rather than invest all your hard-earned savings in a property that you will never use, however, you may want to consider putting your
Homeowners sometimes convince themselves they don’t have room in their budget for the necessary improvements to increase their resale value. The truth is that there are always things you can do to bump up your asking price, and many of them you can take on yourself. Increase your resale value with these tips!
Painting a room sounds extremely easy, but on the contrary, it can be a bit difficult and messy. However, if you follow some unique techniques and some DIY hacks to paint your room, your painting job will provide you with the best results. More so, you might even be surprised by how well it came out. To find out more on painting hacks, read more!
When you move into a new place, everything feels a little bit uncomfortable and unfamiliar. Mountain Realty Group wants to ensure your new place is all you dreamed it would be, so these tips will show you how to settle into your new home and truly make it feel like home.
Mountain Realty Group understands the challenge of trying to operate a home office in 2021 – both from our personal experience as our realty members have had to relocate work to home and as a company committed to those who choose who make the East Tennessee Smokies their new home and new headquarters for life. Working at home is now a fixture of life in the Smoky Mountains, so we’ve prepared this article as part of our commitment to that goal.
After a long day at work, the last thing you’re in the mood for is putting things away. Your car keys, purse, and other bits and bobs end up on that one table. Pretty soon, the same starts happening with
Making big changes to your home doesn’t always require an expert—or a wallet full of cash. In fact, with the right DIY projects (and essential know-how), you can use low-budget tricks to transform your property at a suitably low cost.
Homeownership comes with many expected costs, then it comes with unexpected home repairs. You know you have to make a down payment, a monthly mortgage, insurance premiums, taxes and so on. However, not all costs associated with owning a home