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NEW Empty Nester Guide: Tips to simplify your new home move and your lifestyle

By: EYA Homes
May 18th, 2022

For those of us with a few more years under our belt, there comes a time when we start thinking about the next stage in life. Whether the kids are off to college or retirement is just around the corner, many of us shift focus to how we want to live – and where – during this exciting new chapter. Moving into a new home is often the first step, giving you the chance to start fresh in more ways than one.

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Rockville | Home Buying Tips | Tower Oaks | Rockville MD

Tips for New Home Buyers in Rockville, MD

By: Colleen McGrew
October 28th, 2020

Whether you're buying your first home or buying again for the first time in 20+ years, choosing the type of home, searching for the perfect location, and imagining your future life are all exciting, but overwhelming decisions that will determine your dream home. As you begin a home search, one of the first questions that will come up will be "how much does it cost?" While easy to determine costs for most purchasing decisions, this answer is a bit more complicated when it comes to buying a home. 

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What's it Like to Live in an Elevator Townhome? Hear from Our Homeowners

By: Colleen McGrew
September 1st, 2020

When searching for a new home, many factors come into play to decide where and how you want to live from location and price to choosing between new construction and resale. One of the most exciting parts of the process when purchasing new construction is choosing the options and features you want, offering personalization to your home as well as options you’ve been dreaming of. A feature that can truly transform the home and elevate lifestyles is an in-home, private elevator. Private in-home elevators offer the freedom and longevity of keeping a home over the years, as well as the option of taking care of older relatives.

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First-Time Home Buyer Guide to Home Financing Key Terms

By: Colleen McGrew
July 22nd, 2020

Buying your first home is one of the biggest, milestone moments of your life. As you look forward to your future and prepare to make your decision, you will likely have many questions come up along the way. While there are many steps to the home buying process, some of the biggest questions will surround home financing.

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Top 5 Questions Every Empty Nester Needs to Ask Before Downsizing

By: Colleen McGrew
March 2nd, 2020

Being an empty nester means the next stage of your life is about to begin. Whether the kids are off at school, starting families of their own, or moving across the country to follow their dreams, it’s time to shift your focus back to how you want to spend your time – and where. Downsizing your home can be the first step in this new stage, giving you the chance to start fresh in more ways than one. With so many factors to consider from financial to emotional, it can be difficult to know where to start when making the decision. While the ‘right’ time can be hard to define, we can help you find the right time for you.

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Design | New Townhomes | Home Buying Tips | Tower Oaks

Tips from an Interior Designer: Repurpose, Redesign, & Reorganize Your Home

By: Colleen McGrew
February 18th, 2020

Whether you’re moving into your first home, downsizing to a new location, or just looking to refresh your furnishings, there are so many unique and creative ways to switch up your home decor to feel fresh and new without breaking the bank.

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