Tag: selling

WINTER: Why now is an excellent time for home improvement?

During winter most of the contractors have significant downtime due to lower construction activity. Hence it may be a perfect time to consider indoor home improvement projects. A few projects to consider are: 1) Upgrading Flooring 2) Upgrading Kitchen C-Top and Cabinets 3) Upgrading Master Bath 4) Painting the walls 5) Painting the garage floor

What will your home be worth in 2026?

Every few years it’s interesting to review predictions about real estate cycles. The basic pattern of a real estate cycle is Recession, Recovery, Expansion, Over-supply, and Recession again. We’ve seen this playing out in real-time since 2008, when the market fell into a deep recession, followed by a robust recovery and a still-happening expansion. Eventually,

Home Maintenance Series: Protecting exterior faucet during Hard Freeze

In this video, Poogle will demonstrate how to protect your exterior faucets in winter during the hard freeze. Invest $5 in materials and 5 minutes of your time and save $500 in repair costs. If you are in the market to buy property in Dallas-Fortworth, TX contact Poogle. If you are in the market to

The Compound Effect: Building Your Household’s Wealth

Wealth is within reach for many people; however, according to a recent study 63 percent of Americans said it’s not likely they’ll become rich.1 While younger people are more likely to say they’ll achieve wealth one day, only 34 percent of people aged 30 to 49 and 21 percent of people aged 50 or older

5 Reasons to Sell Before the Selling Season Picks Up

A common thought in real estate is never listed your home in the winter offseason. Perpetuated by industry experts, agents and repeat sellers alike, this saying encourages many would-be sellers to wait until the spring peak to list their homes. However, studies show that homes listed in the winter offseason not only sell faster than

8 Smart Home Technology Trends that Can Save You Money

The smart home is the new internet of things, or objects that can serve you better by communicating with each other or directly with you through apps on your smart phone. In the ideal version of the wired future, all of our appliances and gadgets talk to each other seamlessly. What would be living in a smart home