Now that we are spending more time at home, it seems the things that need attention are now front and center. A few of the items on the list are probably where you spend the most time—in your kitchen. And the things that usually have issues are—you guessed it—your appliances.
Spring may have already sprung, but that doesn’t mean you should forget about your plants and flowers. In fact, this time of year is one of the best to get outside and give your garden a little tender loving care. Here are our top tips for a flourishing summer garden.
One thing Southerners have always known how to do is to create a welcoming home environment. Of course, this starts the moment you arrive at the curb with the view of a beautifully decorated front porch or patio. Here are a few tips on how to style yours accordingly so that it is both comfortable and functional.
Backyards are meant to be a place to escape, relax, and enjoy with your family and friends. Make the most of summertime by transforming your outdoor space into an oasis. Follow these steps to transform a blank backyard into the perfect space for entertaining.
When moving into a new home, getting to know your neighbors takes a bit of time and effort. But the results are well worth it. Here are some simple, tried, and proven ways to meet people in your neighborhood – without appearing nosy.
Buying a new home is an exciting time. However, it’s not just about paint colors and furniture shopping. There are things you must do when moving into a new home to stay organized and be prepared in case an emergency arises. Here are some key things that every new homeowner should do.
A traditional Southern home is easily recognized by its inviting, expansive front porch and large backyard with stone pathways and abundant flowers and plants. That special exterior charm can be brought inside any home by using these natural elements indoors. And nothing is more symbolic of the famous warm, welcoming hospitality of the South than the pineapple. The pineapple as an inviting symbol of hospitality began in early colonial America probably because of its rarity.
Buying and selling homes can continue during the Covid-19 pandemic with the benefit of technology ranging from virtual tours and appraisal sites to video chat platforms and the ability to sign legal documents online.
Pooler is just 15 miles from its better-known neighboring city of Savannah. The charms of Savannah have been well publicized, but Pooler offers its own rich history and dozens of things to do and see for people of all ages and tastes.
We have self-driving cars, devices that immediately answer our questions with a voice, smartphones that do almost everything for us, and wristbands that measure our fitness as we work out. Robot vacuums have been on the market for years that keep our floors clean without any human interaction. Now, technological advances have arrived in kitchen appliances.
After weeks of being holed up in the house and limiting activities, getting out and exploring the beautiful historic city of Savannah’s outdoor treasures is sure to bring much-needed relief to the senses. While many outdoor parks are partially or entirely closed to the public, they will be some of the first places to open. So, start planning your Savannah adventure now, being sure to include these five most beloved outdoor respites.
In these trying times of social distancing and economic uncertainty, many might think that buying a home during COVID-19 is a far-fetched idea. However, with mortgage rates currently favoring buyers and all the down time on people’s hands right now, making a move might actually be a good idea.
Thanks to technology and innovative safety measures, it’s still possible to virtually tour homes, secure a loan, and actually complete a new home purchase while observing social distancing guidelines. Here are some helpful tips for navigating the potential challenges of home buying during COVID-19.
The rapid spread of COVID-19 almost instantly transformed the way we live, and it has impacted how our children learn. Rather than heading to classrooms for education, our homes have transitioned from places of rest to spaces where youngsters are homeschooled. If you’re not routinely a homeschooling parent and this is a first-time effort, these five tips can help you set up a dedicated learning space with ease.
Moving into a new home can be an exhausting process, and the idea of delving right in and making your new space ‘yours’ can seem overwhelming. However, moving forward to make things feel cozy for the family is the best way to streamline the transition. These five tips can help establish a home-sweet-home feeling in no time.
Making room for a baby is an exciting adventure in every parent’s life. There is so much to look forward to and so much to do before the baby arrives, it can all get pretty hectic. Here are five pieces of advice that stand the test of time from experienced parents who have been there and survived.
It is vital for anyone buying a new home to know what their credit is score is, and if yours is below 620, you cannot begin too early in the home search to improve it as much as you possibly can. This must be done way before you attempt to secure a mortgage loan of any size. Raising a credit score can take months, but all it takes is some discipline and a plan.
Your children learn from you and learning to be a responsible person is vital to their young lives, to their growth into adulthood and to the rest of their adult lives. Children as young as two or three can start becoming involved in household responsibilities.
Buying a home is a huge decision. It is one of the biggest investments you will ever make, and you want to get it right. There is a huge variety of home sizes, styles, floor plans and prices on the market making the decision of which home to buy even more difficult. Besides your budget, one good way to start narrowing down the confusion is to start with your top priority, then make a list below that of your must-have options and nice-to-have inclusions.
The largest potential home buying group in 2020 will be millennials, which includes those aged 23 to 38. They are looking for starter homes, of course. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of these smaller, lower-priced homes on the market. Fortunately, though, there are some states that do have affordable homes, and, in all states, mortgage rates are below 4 percent.