If you’ve been holding yourself back from building the large family home of your dreams because you don’t want to wait so long to move in, we think you’re going to be really excited about Sterling’s upcoming quick possession home at 7 Munnion Road. With three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and over 2,200 square feet of living space, this home has everything that your family needs to be comfortable.
Many home decorating trends can feel a bit blah or generic. Who wants the shabby in shabby chic? Could the traditional look be a little bland? You’re the type of person who wants a bit more glamour in your life.
It’s time to consider decorating your home with decor that hints at the Golden Age of Hollywood. Whether you’re relaxing with friends or getting ready for bed, our ideas can help you develop a sense of style that’s all your own.
Doesn’t it sometimes feel like you have to spend your entire weekend cleaning your home? And after spending all of that time, it starts to look messy again by Tuesday or Wednesday. How do others seem to keep everything looking great all the time?
It's an age-old question in the world of home buying: do I build a new home or purchase a resale home (sometimes called a pre-owned home)? For many, building new can feel daunting. Not quite certain of the building process, or perhaps under the impression it will cost substantially more to build new, many stick with what they're comfortable with and purchase a resale house.
One of the biggest challenges of wanting a brand-new home is knowing that you’ll have to wait up to a year before the home is ready. Fortunately, there's another option that more and more home buyers are considering...
When is the last time you took a hard look at the layout of your current house? Are you using the dining area as your home office, with the kids' homework mixed in with your important papers? Maybe science projects are taking up half of your kitchen countertop?
Even sharing a bathroom with your spouse and multiple children is wearing a bit thin. Thoughts have crossed your mind that your current home isn't sufficient anymore, and it's time to find a new home to better fit your family's needs.
Every one of us homeowners has had those moments — utter frustration with the state of our current home.
It's cleaning day and you don't even know where to begin wading through the piles of clutter all over the house. Trying to choose an outfit for work in a closet whose racks are bowing under the weight of all the double-and-triple-loaded hangers. A garage so full of storage items you have to park your vehicle outside.
These are real-life signs you're outgrowing your home, and it might be time to trade in your old house for a new one better suited to your needs.