Category: Homeowners

Autumn Home Improvement Projects

The temperatures are mild now, but before long you’ll be spending more time indoors than outdoors. To make that time more enjoyable, and to avoid potentially costly repairs, take these 5 preventative measures: Have your wood-burning fireplace inspected, cleaned and repaired by a professional prior to its first use to avoid chimney fires and carbon

Back to school for owners and associations provides opportunity to learn something new about community

As summer draws to a close, we venture into back-to-school season. Teachers, parents and students begin preparing for the new school year, both virtually and in-person. We often think that school season is only for one of these categories, but it’s also the perfect time for homeowners association board members and homeowners to learn something

BHHS agents host open houses in new ways to reach even more buyers

Like many other aspects of life, virtual experiences have become the new normal during the coronavirus pandemic — and some of them might stick around. While people looking to buy a home have long been able to explore online through images and videos, virtual open houses now offer a real-time tour — virtually. Rolston Audain,

Hurricane Season Is Here! 5 Ways To Prepare Your Home

5 Ways To Prepare Your Home For A Hurricane #DidYouKnow Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30th? During this time the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) National Hurricane Center predicts and tracks these massive storms – occurring up to 12 times a year in the Atlantic Ocean. 1. Prevention There are certain measures