There are many reasons why people decide to sell their homes – upgrading from a starter home, downsizing after the kids move out, or simply moving closer to a new job. No matter what yours is, start by planning your sale. This is going to take time and effort, so The Massey Team highly recommends sellers to check out the following helpful timeline for selling a home. Continue reading to learn more!
Ready or not, 2020 is here. This year marks the beginning of a new decade, which means now is the time to seize opportunities, chase your dreams, and make your mark. Of course, Pantone and other companies have selected a variety of colors to encapsulate the new year. Here are the 4 different Colors of the Year and how you can use them in your home:
Winter doesn’t seem to have a lot of fans. Most of us tend to pass the time patiently (or maybe not so patiently) awaiting spring’s arrival. But what if we decided to make the most of the season instead of always noticing how cold, dreary, and gray it gets? What if, instead of bemoaning the frozen precipitation that adorns our lawns and sidewalks, we take with us the spirit of summer and seek adventure? It’s out there, and we know where you can find it – right in your backyard. Here are 5 of our favorites:
Moving to a new home can be both an exciting and a daunting endeavor, no matter the season. However, making the transition during the cold, darker days of winter can be more difficult for numerous reasons. By following a few crucial tips, though, you can find yourself snuggled up safely in your new home in no time! Here are our 11 most vital tips for moving in the winter:
As the holiday season creeps ever closer, everyone is seemingly abuzz with thoughts about Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and even New Year’s. If you’re planning on having any friends or family over this year, you’ll need to do a little preparing first. After all, if you’ve ever been a guest (or are used to hosting others), you know how important it is to feel welcomed! Here are 10 handy tips to help your visitors feel at home this holiday season:
After months of waking up an hour earlier each morning, our clocks are turning back to their normal hours. That’s right – instead of “springing forward” it’s now time to “fall back.” While some say we’ve now gained an hour of sleep, it’s really just something new to get used to. How can you make it work? Here are 4 home adjustments for Daylight Saving Time’s end.
Ready or not, Halloween is just around the corner, which means it’s time to get ready for trick-or-treaters in the neighborhood. This time of the year can be fun for everyone, especially when a few basic rules are followed. Most of what you already know about Halloween is still relevant, but a few new guidelines have emerged over the years. Here are the 7 essential trick-or-treating etiquette rules you should follow for a successful Halloween as a homeowner:
Fall is officially here as the temperature begins to cool down and Halloween decorations start to turn up. A not-so-positive sign of the season changing for homeowners, however, is when all the leaves start to descend from their trees. Why is this? Every year, we choose to make raking feel like one big chore. Not anymore! The Massey Team is here for you with 5 creative ideas for collecting leaves.
When your favorite season arrives, you just want to celebrate. As a homeowner, that usually involves decorating with timely, themed pieces strategically placed around your space. But how much is too much? How can your tell if your zeal is getting a little out of hand? Check out our tips below to help you decorate tastefully for your favorite times of the year!
Our many household appliances work hard every day to make our lives easier. These unsung heroes of the home help us clean our clothes, cook our food, preserve fresh ingredients, and keep us comfortable throughout the four seasons. We should strive to take the best care of them, especially if we want to keep them around for the long haul. Here are the 8 major appliances you need to pay attention to – and what you need to do to maintain them.