Why Owning a Home in York is Better Than Renting in 2021

Renting certainly has its advantages. For one thing, you don’t have to worry about repairs and maintenance. But owning a home has even more benefits, especially now that mortgage rates are near all-time lows. As a homeowner, you have more stability, you get to call the shots, and there’s the pride of ownership. This year, … Continued

5 Tips to Nail Your Photos When Selling Your House in York

In today’s competitive market, selling your house inevitably means some savvy and aggressive marketing. And no small part to that is plenty of top-notch listing photos. First impressions are immensely important, and those listing photos create the first impression that you don’t get a second shot at. But getting the photos you need involves a … Continued

6 Things You Need to Know About Selling an Older Home in York

If you live in an older home, you’re aware of the many benefits and appealing features, such as more square footage, high ceilings, beautiful wood trim and molding, and character. When you want to sell that older home, though, especially to young buyers, you may face some challenges – despite the benefits and features. You … Continued

5 Tips for a Stress-Free Home Sale in York

Selling your home is one of the most stressful things you’ll ever do because there is so much at stake, especially money. But besides the stress-making high stakes, there’s so much much of it that’s out of your control. And a large part of the process involves simply waiting – waiting for the inspection report, … Continued

The Effects of COVID-19 on York Real Estate in 2021

COVID-19 has changed nearly everything. Almost no aspect of our lives and no industry has escaped unscathed and unchanged. As current trends show, this has been particularly the case for the real estate industry. The changes that began in 2020 are gaining momentum this year and look to be around for some time. So let’s … Continued

5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Homeowners in York

We all love the arrival of spring, but spring cleaning… not so much. And, really, it’s not as important as it was in the days before electricity when homes were lit with kerosene lamps and heated with wood or coal. But it still needs to get done – even though you’d rather be outside enjoying … Continued