The following is a guest post by Laura McHolm, Co-Founder of NorthStar Moving.
Summer is here! For families, it’s the most popular time to move to a new home because school is out. If there is any comfort in togetherness, nearly 40 million of us move in the summer. Don’t feel alone, we’re here to guide you!
It’s no secret, no one likes to move and that includes your kids. Moving is one of the most stressful times in life, and it brings lots of change. For your kids, it means making new... read more
The following is a guest post by Meredith Hale.
You’ve closed on your new home, unpacked your belongings and breathed a sigh of relief. Now it’s time to look outside and turn your attention to the landscaping. If you’re lucky, you purchased a home that was once owned by a master gardener. However, most of us find our new yard needs a bit of work to make it our own. While some large-scale projects are more complex, there are some simple things you can do to personalize your outdoor living... read more
— 5/8/19 —
Lakefront Luxury Awaits
Home of the Week
A lakefront property on Lake Ray Hubbard in gorgeous Heath, TX is our latest Home of the Week. This sprawling 1.5-acre waterfront estate on Lake Ray Hubbard has luxury details throughout. Get the best of lakeside living with all of the comforts of home. See the full property listed by Nancy Parkes and Evan Matteson with Coldwell Banker Apex, Realtors®.
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The following is a guest post by Francesca Singer
Spring is in full force, which means it is prime time for gardening. Whether you are a novice gardener or an old pro, there are a few critical actions to take when you set out to design a garden. Read on for six steps for designing your garden–and get started stat!
Step 1: Location, Location, Location
Like so many things in life, with gardens, location is everything. Determine where you want your garden to be. There are a few important considerations to keep i... read more
The following is a guest post from Jessica Thiefels
Become a first-time homeowner is one of the most exciting and stressful times of your life, even after the closing papers have been signed and key is in hand. Suddenly, you’re faced with a whole new set of challenges: how to manage a home that’s yours, not your landlord’s. There are a lot of opportunities to learn—and as you learn, mistakes will be made.
Luckily, many new homeowner mistakes can be easily avoided with a little preparation. D... read more