House Moving in Rhode Island Hire a Mover or DIY?

Depending on where you’re moving, how many items you’re moving and a slew of other factors, you need to decide whether to hire a moving company or tackle the job yourself. Before making your final decision, read through these pros and cons, plus a bonus option for the less-traditional move. Moving yourself pros More cost-effective: … Continued

Is Hiring An Agent in Rhode Island REALLY Worth It?

For many people, when they think about selling their houses, the first thing they will do is look around for a local agent. Agents can be a wonderful asset when selling your house, however, it is not the only strategy you should consider. By doing a little homework, you can successfully sell your house on … Continued

Selling Your House Without An Agent in RI

We live in a world where everyone does everything without expensive expert service providers. People trade stocks without a stockbroker. People create wills and trusts without attorneys. Many even remodel homes without contractors. As independent as everyone is, why wouldn’t you want to look at the benefits of selling your house without an agent in … Continued

How to Sell a House That Needs Work in Rhode Island

Do you need to sell a house that needs work? You don’t have to feel stuck or fearful of all the impending expenses! We have put together some great tips to help you sell your Rhode Island home… even if it needs some work!  Many people hang on to a house that needs work because … Continued

Will Selling Cost You Money in Rhode Island?

Will selling cost you money? Many people list their house, not taking into account what it will actually cost them. There are fees and expenses you should be aware of before you list with an agent. In our latest post, we will let you know what costs to expect when selling a home in Rhode … Continued

Fireplace Care this Rhode Island Winter

Fireplace Care this Rhode Island Winter   Don’t sneeze with a match in your hand! Safely lighting a fire When starting a fire, open the fireplace doors and place your kindling, logs and newspaper inside. Open the damper and a window a couple of inches. Always open a window when lighting a fire to encourage … Continued