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How To Handle Downsizing

Moving Boxes

How to handle Downsizing. Moving itself always has the tendency to sound stressful. Add downsizing to the mix it can be downright daunting. There are certain challenges that come with downsizing, but that doesn’t mean it has to be more stressful. By changing the way you approach downsizing and moving, the experience can actually be a positive one. Downsizing gives you the freedom to get rid of things that no longer have a place in your life, freeing up room for what you love and what brings you happiness. Here are the steps to follow to downsizing your property and Read more…


5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Buying A Home

Home buyers guide

Do you know the answer to these questions?
1. How much can I afford
2. What Kind of shape are my finances in?
3. What are my “must-haves”, my “nice-to haves” and my “can’t haves”?
4. Do I know where I want to live?
5. When do I want to move?
Read on to learn what you need to know, before you start your search.


Great Tips for a Quick Transition Into Your New Home

Living room

Article Written by: Brittany Fisher www.Financiallywell.info | brittany@financiallywell.info Focus on these great tips for a quick and happy transition into your new home. Your new home is full of possibilities.  When you first move in, the emptiness (or house full of boxes) can feel a little overwhelming. This article has some great tips for a quick transition into your new home. The key is to take it one step at a time and focus on your top priorities. Start off with simple maintenance tasks, a good cleaning, and a plan for unpacking to make your new space start to feel like Read more…


Successful Tips for Single Women Home-buyers

Successful Tips for Single Women Home-buyers Article Written by: Brittany Fisher www.Financiallywell.info | brittany@financiallywell.info According to a report out late last year by the National Association of Realtors, nearly 20 percent of U.S. home-buyers are single women. The second-largest population group behind married couples. And they’re even outpacing their male counterparts, who buy only about 7 percent of home inventory. If you’re a single woman and thinking about joining the legions of other women homeowners, here are some success tips. Take A Class On Homeownership According to Teresa Mears, real estate writer for U.S. News, taking a home-ownership class is a Read more…


Are you paying Mortgage Insurance?

Are you paying Mortgage Insurance? Have you purchased a home and were not able to come up with 20% down to avoid paying mortgage insurance? If so I may be able to offer some insight as to how to potentially lower your payment by removing the MIP (Mortgage Insurance Premium). First You may be asking what is Mortgage Insurance? Well if you were not able to come up with 20% of the purchase price when you bought your home, the lender would have required you have a mortgage insurance premium added to your payment as a form of added insurance Read more…


Fall Leaves Bring Sold Signs For Real Estate

Real Estate in the Fall is not what many may think. Summer has come to an end and you probably are thinking you’ve lost the opportunity to sell, and need to wait till next summer. But that’s far from the truth! Although it’s not as hectic and crazy with the swarm of buyers on the market, the fall brings out the most serious of lookers. They are the pool of buyers that waited out the summer frenzy to find their perfect home. You don’t want to miss these buyers! They are ready to make a move, today! And selling in Read more…


Could this home for sale, be your next home sweet home?

THIS HOME HAS SOLD This home for sale is a charmer, and I could not help but share the details! Just went on the market live today!  It is located in Loveland Colorado for only $255,900.00 Click on the image below to go to the link and see all the pictures! When you buy or sell a home with me you can count on me to provide you with a One Year Home Warranty and Energy Clearing of the home and lot! I am passionate about my clients, your happiness matters. Each one of us are made up of energy, Read more…


One Thing

What’s best for you? What is your one thing? I took a brief hiatus from my blog.  I found myself spreading myself so thin that I was failing to give any one thing my best. Can you relate?  Haven’t we all been taught in one way or another to do as much as possible, to try and accomplish everything? We create lists and start checking things off one after another.  Then sit back, look at the list and feel this great sense of accomplishment if there are numerous things “checked” off.  What if there is only one thing checked off? Read more…


Do you need to reboot?

Getting ready to spend some much needed time out in my yard today.  Looking forward to connecting with the earth. It is funny how disconnected we can become in such a connected world.  Around every corner is someone attached to a phone, or a computer or in this day and age, both.  I love technology, don’t get me wrong.  What I miss however; is the process of processing.  We live in a day of instant gratification.  I am guilty of it myself, I think we all are in one way or another. We want what we want now, and for Read more…


The truth is we are always learning about ourselves

It has been awhile since I have posted a new entry. I am trying to find my new center. I have been faced once again with the challenge of practicing what I preach. My days of late have been anything but calm or meditative.  They have been sprinkled with emotions that have left me wondering who I am.  I have heard this little voice in my head numerous times in a day saying “what are you doing?  It has been scary at times, For the most part I have been able to remain steady and calm, understanding that what I Read more…