If you're looking to sell your home quickly this fall, you should keep a few staging tips in mind:

  1. Declutter and depersonalize your space as much as possible. This will allow potential buyers to envision themselves living in the home.
  2. Make sure the home is well-lit and smells fresh and clean. Consider adding some fall decor, such as a wreath or some pumpkins, to add a cozy touch.
  3. Pay attention to the exterior of the home.

Curb appeal is essential, so ensure the lawn is well-maintained and the exterior is in good condition. By following these tips, you'll be on your way to a quick and successful sale.

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White House Releases Tax Credit Information

January 4, 2023 Climate Change By: Russell Riggs

The White House has released the first edition of a new resource titled Building a Clean Energy Economy: A Guidebook to the Inflation Reduction Act's Investments in Clean Energy and Climate Action, which provides clear descriptions of the law's tax incentives and funding programs to build a clean energy economy, lower energy costs, tackle climate change, and reduce harmful pollution.

The Inflation Reduction Act authorizes a combination of tax credits and tax deductions to…

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3 Features Dating Your Exterior and How to Fix Them

A few updates—big or small—can dress up a home’s outside.

January 2, 2023 Design & Architecture By: Melissa Dittmann Tracey

Buyers get their first impression of a home from its exterior, and a dated look on the outside may signal to them that the inside needs work, too. Jackie Mosher, cofounder of Dzinly(link is external), a virtual design platform enabling users to test different home exterior features, shares which styles are fading in popularity and offers suggestions to give them a fresh update.

Red brick: “Some call it a timeless look, but it hasn’t been on the top of a builder’s material list for a long…

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Perform a ‘Home Inspection’ While Hanging Holiday Lights

November 24, 2021 Home Inspections Holiday spread on a table

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Holiday decorating is in full swing, and as homeowners deck their halls, they may want to also use the festivities as an excuse to inspect several out-of-sight ares of their home.

Groundworks(link is external), a basement and foundations firm, offers up tips to spot needed repairs in the home while also hanging your holiday decor. Here are the top seven home issues they suggest looking for:

Electrical outlets

Is a plug no longer working? Outdoor outlets are…

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A guest Post by  Kaitlyn Troth of Troth Media. 


So, you’re pretty sure there’s a squirrel inside your attic. Maybe you heard the squirrel’s chittering, or scratching in the middle of the night, or you’ve discovered the damage left behind in its wake. What do you do now?

As the weather gets colder, your chance of finding an uninvited guest in the attic goes up, as the creature is simply going where it is warm. This is not an uncommon event for all sorts of critters (often mice) when the weather starts getting colder. It does not take them a lot of time to create an opening and then quickly build a nest. Unfortunately, you cannot allow them to stay up there, as squirrels are…

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By:  REBAC Staff Posted:  10/24/2022 Twitter Facebook LinkedIn  

At this time of the year, you may wake up to colder temperatures and trade your sandals for sweaters. However, your house also needs help preparing for the changing seasons, especially if you live in an area where the temps can plummet and the snow can pile up. 

Get a jump on winter weather by taking these steps to safeguard your home.

Pack up summer yard essentials.

Many of the items that you use outdoors over the summer can be damaged by freezing temperatures, snow, and ice if they aren’t protected in advance:

1. Lawnmower - Leave the tank empty…

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Take a look at these five Zimmerman Realty listings that had price reductions!

4 Residential Properties located around Indian Lake

1 Commercial Property located in De Graff


Property 1

15760 OH-235, 40, Belle Center, OH 43310  

NOW $54,900

Great summer getaway at Waters Edge Camp Ground on Indian Lake. Come look at this furnished off-water 2006 Quail Ridge park model with excellent water views. This park model has 2 bedrooms on the first floor and a full bathroom. Outside, a 26x9 deck with Dura Built awning will let you enjoy the summer. Many restaurants nearby to enjoy, campground open from April-October. Come look at this before it's gone!


100 E. Miami Street, De Graff, OH 43318

NOW $139,900

Allow us to…

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