Looking for some tips on getting your home ready for sale? We interviewed Branden Annotti, Owner of Annotti Building Company, a California contractor who provided us with some recommended improvements you should make if you’re about to sell your home.
In today’s environmental conscious world, many people talk about the addition of low flow toilets and shower heads, but do they really make a difference? They do, and here’s how.
If you’re a homeowner you would probably be excited to know that you can reduce your carbon footprint while at the same time adding value to your home and saving you money in the long run! We all want to help save the planet for our future generations, but when you can also save yourself money and add value to your home, why would you not do it? Some of these require upfront costs, but all of them save you money in the long run.
There are many benefits to installing solar panels on your home in California including reducing your carbon footprint, saving money, and adding value to your home.
Many clients ask our brokers, “Is homeowners insurance required?” In short, “yes.”
In the few instances where homeowners insurance is NOT REQUIRED–you should still get it anyways. Buying a home is the largest purchase you’ll likely make in your lifetime–so it’s important to protect it. Homeowners insurance provides that protection.
A home warranty is different than homeowners insurance. Homeowners insurance is a definite must, but it only covers damage due to very specific losses such as a fire or natural disaster. What about normal wear and tire? This is where a home warranty would take effect.