7 Listing Photo Mistakes To Avoid When Selling Your Home

A photograph can be worth more than a thousand words. This is especially true in real estate. You might have the most desirable house in the neighborhood, but if you do not take and post the right pictures, your home will not appeal to as many buyers.  In the 2021 National Association of REALTORS® Profile […]

Signal Real Estate Partners With Side To Elevate the Real Estate Journey for Massachusetts Buyers and Sellers

Justin Rollo today announced that Signal Real Estate has partnered with Side, the only real estate technology company that exclusively partners with high-performing agents, teams, and independent brokerages to transform them into market-leading boutique brands. Signal Real Estate will leverage Side’s industry-leading invisible brokerage platform to support its elite agents and provide consistently exceptional customer […]

Why You Should Start Your Home Selling Journey By Decluttering

If you’re planning to put your house on the market anytime soon, the biggest task isn’t to address repairs or start renovations, as these require lengthy planning since they can be time-consuming and costly.  The main task you should prioritize as a potential home seller is decluttering. It’s actually free, and you can do it […]

These 3 Organizing Tips Can Actually Cause More Harm Than Good

Searching for inspiration to help you organize your home isn’t difficult nowadays. There is already an abundance of tips, tricks, and strategies from TV shows, magazines, and the internet to motivate you into taking on such a challenging task. The images of tidy closets or a perfectly organized pantry inspire you to rush out and […]

What Does it Mean to Be “House Poor” and How to Avoid it?

If you’re a first-time buyer who’s only just started your house-hunting journey, you might have heard the expression, house poor. Many of us are familiar with the term and understand it carries negative connotations, yet we do not know what it means.  Read more to find out what it means to be house poor and […]

Finding The One: 4 Ways House-Hunting is Like Dating

It’s love at first sight. The one that made your heart skip a beat. Maybe it was the charmer, the one needing a little bit of work, or even the one that got away.  No, we are not talking about a love match. We are talking about the house hunting journey. Finding your perfect dream […]

Here’s How to Deal with Things Sellers Leave Behind in Your New Home

Once you’ve closed the deal and got the keys to your new home, the next exciting part is bringing your belongings with you so you can finally settle in. But rather than finding your new place in a spic and span state and enjoying the fresh start, you stumble across items that the sellers left […]

Home Sellers: How Long Do You Have to Respond to an Offer?

In theory, there’s no rule about how quickly a seller has to respond to purchase offers. You can take as long as you want before responding since there is no official time frame. However, the industry standard is to get back to interested buyers within 24 to 72 hours. This is a common courtesy observed […]

Thrifty Ways To Furnish Your New Home For Less

You’ve bought your first home—congratulations! It’s a huge milestone you finally accomplished after what could be years of saving up for the down payment. However, once you’ve moved into your new home, that’s when it hits you. Your house now requires far more furniture than the tiny apartment you rented. And the furniture is expensive.  […]

What’s Ahead in Real Estate? 5 Trends and Features To Watch Out For in 2022

The coronavirus pandemic turned the real estate market into a frenzied rollercoaster ride for both buyers and sellers. Especially because of the historically low mortgage rates coupled with the inventory shortage.  But with the pandemic subsiding, the burning question is, what will happen in real estate in 2022? Housing experts forecast the market could calm […]