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Save money and boost security with these multi-state living tips

With success and a desire to travel, many professionals wind up living across multiple states. Though there are countless perks to having multiple home bases, complications can arise. For business executives on the move, Amelia Island real estate professional Jason Mudd recommends these best practices.

Which new home is right for you?

A major decision for first-time homebuyers is whether to shop for a starter home or a forever home. To determine which is right for you, consider the benefits and drawbacks of each. Today, Jason Mudd is here to help you break it down into simple terms so that you understand the risks and the potential rewards.

Learn How To Plan a Stress-Free Move

Moving can be very stressful. Use these tips to make sure it goes well.

Moving for work brings opportunity, but it can also be stressful. If you’ve never undertaken this task before, Amelia Island real estate agent Jason Mudd presents you with everything you need to know to simplify the process.

4 home-buying tips for older adults

The elderly need to keep certain things in mind when buying a home.

Finding the perfect home can be a difficult task to undertake after retirement, as it can be hard to know exactly what you’ll need in your home in the future. If you’re an older adult buying a home, whether in Fernandina Beach, Florida, or elsewhere, consider carefully to ensure you buy a home that will fit your needs for years to come. Luckily, by having a plan and getting in contact with the right people, you can make finding a home an easy task.

Cigarette smell: The hidden killer of your home’s selling price

Smoke out this problem before it impacts your home’s value So, you’re ready to sell your home. You’ve got everything spruced up and ready to show to prospective buyers. However, there’s one seemingly small thing that could affect your home’s value: the lingering smell of cigarettes. The telltale cigarette smell can have a significant impact on your home’s value. Realtor.com has shown that it could lower your home’s sale price by as much as 29 percent. That’s $87,000 on a $300,000 home. A $500,000 home would be worth $145,000 less because of persistent smoke odors. In order to eliminate the odor of cigarettes from your home, there are a few things you can do. The first is a thorough cleaning of all surfaces, including walls and carpeting. The cigarette smell also clings to ceilings and fabrics, such as curtains and […]