Brighten Your Home to Beat Winter Blues

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Interior Decorating

Even in the relatively temperate climate we experience here in Atlanta, you will likely find that you are driven indoors more and more due to the shorter days and rainy, foggy and sometimes cold temperatures throughout the winter. The gray days and early sunsets can bring about the winter blues in many of us, but luckily there are ways to …

What to Do When a Storm Damages Your Home

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Stormy weather seems to pop up quite frequently in metro Atlanta, and eventually many of us will know the stress and inconvenience of dealing with storm damage to our homes and property. That’s why it’s important for all homeowners to know what steps to take first when a storm hits. If you do experience damage, how you handle things in …

New Construction Versus Existing Homes

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Real Estate Trends

The housing market is beginning to change, with the skyrocketing prices and nonexistent inventory showing signs of improvement as far as prospective buyers are concerned. However, many people looking for a home to purchase are still finding that the available supply is limited at best, especially if they are trying to stay in one particular area. If this is happening …

Tips for Selling a Vacant House

Amber Randhawa Home Staging, Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

A completely empty home may seem like a blank slate, allowing potential buyers to picture both their belongings and limitless possibilities in the empty space. However, most buyers aren’t visionaries, and a blank slate doesn’t necessarily translate into an easier staging and showing experience. On average, a vacant home will sit on the market for 6 days longer than a …

Seasonal Home Maintenance Tips

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Even though the warm weather is hanging out far longer than expected this year, there are certain maintenances tasks that must be completed around your home before the cold temperatures and winter weather begin to arrive. Unfortunately this means a little bit more work than simply raking your leaves and resetting your thermostat. Here are some tips for what you …

What to do With Your Yard Full of Leaves?

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

To quote a meme travelling around the city lately, Atlanta’s weather just went from 90 to 55 like it saw a state trooper! Most of us are thrilled to have temperatures that finally make it feel like fall, and even the windy and rainy days are a welcome reprieve from the steamy summer that overstayed its welcome.  But of course, …