How Much Does Holding A Property Cost in Rhode Island?

Are you holding on to a property in Rhode Island and you aren’t exactly sure why? Every day that you continue to own the property, you are spending money on it. Before you hold on to it for another day, consider the below points. It might be time to think about selling your Rhode Island home! … Continued

How To Sell Your House in Rhode Island Without ANY Hassle!

For many people, the thought of selling their home can seem like a lot of work accompanied by a long list of expenses. It might seem even more overwhelming if the property is in disarray or needs repair. However, it doesn’t have to be that way! In our latest post, we will explore the ways … Continued

The New Way To Sell Your Home in Rhode Island

Are you planning on selling your Rhode Island house? Before you commit to an agent or try to sell it on your own, learn about the new way to sell your home in Rhode Island! For most people, the thought of selling their Rhode Island house will likely involve the MLS and the help of a … Continued

5 Things To Fix Before You List Your House in Rhode Island

Are you thinking about listing your Rhode Island house? If so, you will likely be making some fixes and upgrades to the home in order to get it listing-ready. But not all repairs are created equal. You don;t want to make expensive repairs that offer little to no return. In this blog, we have put together … Continued

Small Bathroom Having Big Ideas

Small bathrooms, or half-baths, present unique design challenges. You want functional storage without cramping an already tight space or a trendy design without being visually overwhelming. Whether your goal is to make your small bathroom more functional for everyday use, or just more aesthetically appealing, you have several options. Luxe Materials on a Small Budget … Continued

To Convert Your Garage or Not?

One of the biggest reasons that people buy homes instead of continuing to rent is to have more space. But the cost of buying with little money down or to move up to a better neighborhood could mean a compromise on space. Many older homes, particularly those built before the 1990s, average less square footage … Continued