Moving to a new residence ranks high on the stress meter, right up there with facing a root canal. There are things you can do, however, to help cope with the stress while ensuring your new home is livable, and attractive.
Retired persons or those planning for retirement who are looking for a new home need to take different home features into consideration more than their younger counterparts. For home seekers in Georgia and South Carolina, or those lucky people looking to move to that area, Landmark 24 Homes has many floorplans and home styles that will appeal to the older homebuyer. These homes are also a smart option for younger people planning to make their new home a forever home.
The South is famous for many things, including summertime heat and humidity. Landmark 24 homes come with a whole range of energy-efficient features that will help you keep your cool during the hottest months of the year without breaking the bank. It’s not just about setting your air conditioner to “cold” and bracing yourself for the utility bill.
The first and most important part of any move in any month is where you are moving to. With that decided and the home purchased, it is time for the drudgery of packing your worldly goods and thoroughly cleaning the space you are leaving.
Landscaping for a new home is a challenge. It also provides a wonderful opportunity to be creative and design your outdoor space to suit you and your lifestyle. Whether you plan to do all the work yourself or hire a professional, you must draw up a landscape design. Start with asking yourself questions about what you like, how you live, how much are you willing to spend and whether a high- or low-maintenance landscape is right for you.
A home’s entryway is much like a resume – they both provide first impressions. Everyone wants that first impression to put them in the best possible light. It makes no difference how large or small your foyer may be or if the home has a foyer. There are design tips to shed a positive light in any entryway.
Interior decorating with natural elements has always been in style. People find peace and tranquility in nature whether indoors or outdoors. Bringing natural light into the home with window placement, window treatments and skylights are just a few ways to bring nature inside.
Summerville, South Carolina, is home to 47,000 lucky people. Besides being known for its beauty as “The Flower Town in the Pines,” Summerville is also known for its hospitality. In the famously hospitable South, this is quite an accolade. The town is proud of its quaint atmosphere, rich history and easy living. They are also proud to claim Summerville as the birthplace of that southern staple – sweet tea.
Spring in the southern United States is legendary for its abundant, colorful blooms. You might be surprised that many of these colorful specimens are low maintenance and will stay beautiful all through the summer into the fall. Whether you are an experienced gardener, new to the field, or have tried and failed many times to make your garden grow, there are beautiful and foolproof plants available that are particularly suited to the southern climate.
Savannah, Georgia, any time of the year is a very special place. Since the early 1800s, Savannah has planted trees in its downtown streets and squares providing shade in the brutal summer months and beauty year ‘round, giving the city its nickname, “The Forest City.”
Choosing the décor for a child’s room is usually one of the most fun parts about decorating a home. After all, comic book heroes and princesses are much more fun to shop for than boring adult bedspreads and artwork, right? To avoid the costly and time-consuming task of overhauling your child’s room every couple of years, consider the following tips.
Owning a home may be a great investment, but it takes money achieve home ownership. Securing a down payment can be a daunting endeavor. Fortunately, there are ways to get into the house you want at a price that fits into your budget.
In June 2017 Landmark 24 Homes, Savannah's largest hometown builder kicked off its summer selling season by sponsoring a Coastal Pet Rescue Adoption Day on Saturday June 3rd in their community of Harmony. Landmark 24 Homes committed to donate $100 to the local animal rescue shelter, for every new home the company sold during the month of June.
Life in Bluffton, South Carolina, means access to coastal waters, warm weather, and many opportunities for recreation. Just across the bridge from the popular vacation destination of Hilton Head Island. Those who enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with plenty of culture and friendly neighbors will appreciate the Lowcountry way of living.
The kitchen is probably the most used room in many homes, but that also makes it prone to being the messiest. A clean, organized, efficient eating and cooking space can save you time and stress, while making a better impression on visitors. Here are four tips to keeping the heart of your home clean and well-organized.
When it comes to home ownership, new construction has many benefits. According to a recent survey by Trulia, twice as many people prefer to buy a new home over an existing home. The top reasons noted were the opportunity to customize and the availability of modern features. Here is more detail on some of the factors that tip the balance in favor of buying a newly-built home from Landmark 24 Homes.
Buying a home is a huge, future-looking and long-term commitment. The decision to buy is not only about the purchase price of the home, but you also have to consider several factors to help make your decision. These factors involve your current financial situation, your future goals, lifestyle, and housing needs. This article in Forbes highlights 10 home buying considerations that should be factored into whether to buy, and how to go about doing it.
Owning a home in a community managed by a Homeowner Association, or HOA, has substantial benefits. According to HOA Management.com, topping that list is the protection of property values through a program of maintenance that covers the whole community. An HOA also takes the pressure of complying with local and state land use regulations off the individual.
The community where a child grows up can be a great foundation for the rest of their life. Access to resources like outdoor activities, educational opportunities and positive social relationships, can help a child develop the necessary life skills needed for them succeed and be happy adults. Below are a few factors to consider that can help make choosing a great neighborhood a lot easier.