5 Critical Tips for Building a Custom Home

In today’s fast-paced real estate industry, many families are choosing to build a custom home. There are several options to consider when building your dream home. #1 Select a Neighborhood – First, decide on a neighborhood. Take into account schools, shopping, work, and convenience next step would be to enlist the services of a Real…

5 Ways to Avoid Home Insurance Heartache

Start looking for insurance immediately after you execute a contract. If you stop reading now, start the insurance early and you’ll likely avoid the vast majority of potential problems. Buying a home can be IS a stressful time. Between answering sensitive application questions, document hunting, packing, inspections, disclosures, appraisals and more, it can be overwhelming;…

13 Ways to Improve the Value of Your Home

The City of Tallahassee has an incredible program that can add value to your home. An energy audit is one of the best ways to identify energy problems as well as opportunities save energy, water and money. It can help you prioritize and focus your efforts. For some of the City’s e+ programs, such as…

How to Avoid the Pitfalls of a Bad Move or Mover

Since the days of horse and buggy and certainly since the evolution of the gas powered engine, the relocation of ones possessions continues to be challenging and complex.  Below are some suggestions to help make your next relocation as smooth as possible. There are a variety of services offered by moving companies.  It is best…

New Home Construction in Tallahassee located in Evening Rose

Evening Rose is an award-winning Traditional Neighborhood Development providing a thoughtful blend of residential, educational, commercial and retail uses. Evening Rose is located in the Northeast section of Tallahassee, just inside Capital Circle, and only minutes from downtown Tallahassee. The residential component of Evening Rose offers an attractive mix of single-family homes, cottages and townhomes…

New Construction in Tallahassee

Over the past few years, many builders went out of business because of the crash in the housing industry. We also saw many foreclosures and short sales. But with 2014 approaching, we are seeing a change in the industry. Developers have been buying up more lots and putting failed developments under contract for future growth.…