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Arranging Your Home with Workspaces

Whether you are in the market for a new home and looking for something with a floor plan with lots of room separation and a home office or you are simply desiring to make your current space more functional, below are some space planning considerations to keep in mind. If you are still in the […]

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7 Ways to Get Connected in 30 Days

Imagine your PCS has been full of delays. Imagine you are just arriving at your next duty assignment weeks or even months later than you originally expected. You are anxious to get your house settled and your family established in new patterns of life. Whether it is a firm start date for school or a […]

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5 Ways to Create Events That Facilitate Connections

Just because there’s a pandemic going on and many large group gatherings are a bad look, it doesn’t mean that you can’t create events to help get to know your neighbors and community. It’s still safe to be outside. While practicing social distancing and appropriate mask-wearing you can continue to connect with neighbors, friends, and […]

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DIY: Road Trip Kit

Whether your summer travels include a PCS or a long-awaited trip to the beach or to visit family you haven’t seen in months, taking proper planning measures can make all the difference. No matter the type of trip, for most people space inside the vehicle is at a premium. Thankfully, you don’t need a lot […]

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You’ve Arrived, Now What?

After weeks and perhaps months of planning, your PCS has come and gone. Hopefully, the curtains are hung, and all the boxes are unpacked (or at least neatly stacked in the garage to be dealt with at a later time). You have settled and it’s time to check out your new city. It can be […]

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Relocation Resources and Services for Military Families

Moving, especially with the military, can feel overwhelming. The process of leaving one duty assignment and arriving at the next has many steps and stages; some of which can feel daunting and out of your control. It doesn’t have to feel that way! Thankfully, the relocation industry is thriving and full of resources that pride […]

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Can I Afford an Investment Property?

As military members with a transient lifestyle, you may not be able to purchase a home and live there until the mortgage is paid for. Over the course of a career, you may live in dozens of homes. But frequent relocation doesn’t have to mean opting out of making homeownership work for you. In fact, […]

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DIY: Patio Decor

Summer is here and you are beyond ready to enjoy your outdoor spaces. Whether you have been dreaming of DIY projects on Pinterest for ages or just need to put your idle hands and creative brain to work, creating your own haven may be easier and less expensive than you think. In fact, there’s a […]

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Your Dream Backyard

During your home search, whether visiting homes virtually or online, many “must-haves” are obvious: a great location, the right schools, updated kitchens and bathrooms, ample square footage, and more. One often overlooked, but arguably–an equally important feature of any home is the backyard space. The practicality of a house drives much of the decision-making in […]

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Staging Your Outdoor Space

It’s a widely held view in real estate that the extra time, effort, or dollars spent on staging your space for listing photographs and virtual or in-person showings can yield a huge return on investment. You want to encourage potential buyers to envision themselves in your home! While it may seem obvious to stage the […]

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