2020 was the year that wasn't, and yet it was EVERYTHING! It was all people talked about, and sadly, it was the year that brought great upheaval to millions of people around the world. I'm not going to get into that, instead I'll purge a little about some changes in my neck of the woods.I… Continue reading Big…HUGE Changes!
How to Right-Size and Find a Homesteading Property for Retirement It seems like everyone is growing a garden and keeping chickens these days. These homesteading hobbies are gaining in popularity but you may have even bigger dreams for your retirement. This means you are going to need a bigger home! That’s quite the change from… Continue reading How to Right-Size and Find a Homesteading Property for Retirement
Image via Pexels 3 Tips for House Hunting and Moving with a Disability House hunting and moving are stressful enough for those who don’t hold physical, mental, or communicative disabilities — but the process is made even more difficult for those who do. From the lack of accessible housing in America to physical impairments that… Continue reading 3 Tips for House Hunting and Moving with a Disability
The Dalles and local markets in the surrounding areas are experiencing a tight seller's market, with low inventory across a wide price range, and sparse inventory for homes under $250,000. Those homes that do come on the market in that price point are often quick to go pending. Buyer interest is still strong in the… Continue reading Finding a Property in a Tight Market
Selling your home doesn't mean just hiring a Realtor to stick a sign out front. There are a lot of preparations you should make to ensure you get the best offer possible in the shortest time. Repair. Just because you’ve gotten used to the cracks in the walls and the rattles in the radiators doesn’t… Continue reading Preparing to Sell