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Monthly Archives: December 2019

    Improving Your Home’s Efficiency

    By David Brenton's Team | December 30, 2019

    by David Brenton’s Team By making a few key upgrades to your home, you can save on your utility bills and improve the energy efficiency of your home. When you’re ready to sell your house, these key features may make it even more attractive to potential buyers. As a homeowner, it’s important to keep your... Read More

    The Cost of Not Owning Your Home

    By David Brenton's Team | December 23, 2019

    by David Brenton’s Team There are many advantages to owning a home, yet many people continue to rent. The financial benefits are just some of the reasons why homeownership has long been a part of the American dream. So why is owning a home financially better than renting? 1. Homeownership is a form of forced... Read More

    Pre-Approval is a Must

    By David Brenton's Team | December 18, 2019

    by David Brenton’s Team In many price ranges in our market, buyers searching for their dream homes outnumber available homes for sale. This has led to a competitive marketplace where buyers often need to stand out. One way to show that you are a serious buyer home is to get pre-approved for a mortgage before... Read More

    Festival of Trees

    By David Brenton's Team | December 16, 2019

    Have you been to the Festival of Trees yet this year? It is a must-see for anyone who enjoys the holiday spirit! Located in the Indiana Historical Society, the Festival of Trees features 92 uniquely decorated trees presented by a variety of local organizations & businesses. Open to the public and inexpensive, this event is sure to... Read More

    Navigating the Winter Selling Season

    By David Brenton's Team | December 10, 2019

    by David Brenton, Team Broker/Owner People may assume that winter is a bad time to sell your home. Amazingly, this could not be further from the truth. Homes sell every year, in every season, in every temperature & weather condition. This winter will be no different. While inventory tends to diminish as the weather gets... Read More