Tips for Keeping Your House Warmer That Don’t Involve Your Thermostat

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips, Interior Decorating

Have you started waking up to chilly mornings, ones that send you running straight for the thermostat? It’s a frequent problem during the fall in Atlanta – warm afternoons that lead you to turn the heat off and even boot the AC back up, only to find yourself freezing when you wake up to 40 degree weather the next morning. …

Who’s To Blame in Common Neighborhood Disputes

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Living in a neighborhood has distinctive advantages over living on a solitary stretch of land. Amenities such as tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, a pool and clubhouse are major selling points, especially for families with young children. Sidewalks and quiet streets with less traffic than main roads make us feel safe as we walk and ride bikes, and such streets …

Tips for Selling Your Home this Fall

Amber Randhawa Home Staging, Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Spring and summer are often considered the best seasons for selling your home, but with our current strong seller’s market, it’s always a good time to list! Houses are barely hitting the market before they are snapped up, and in most areas, the available housing inventory is not currently keeping up with demands. This is great news for sellers, and …

End of Summer Home Maintenance Tips

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting a little bit cooler. Before long summer in Atlanta will be long gone and colder weather will be the norm. With the change in temperature also comes the perfect opportunity to tackle some seasonal home maintenance tips to keep your home in great shape for the coming months. Some of …

Preparing Your Pets for a Move

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

The process of looking for a new home, especially if you are also selling your old one, can be stressful and chaotic. So can the time you spend decluttering and packing. Once you have progressed to the point where you are actually moving into your new home, you probably feel a great amount of relief. But this is the point …