Great Read Roundup: Holiday Splurges, Cleaning Up, & Multigenerational Living

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career.

5 Holiday Splurges to Avoid If You Hope to Sell Your Home Next Year

(7 minute read)

Why it matters: Homeowners can make their plans to sell in the new year that much harder if they accidentally commit some of these often overlooked mistakes. Send this piece to prospects in your database who may be hot to move in Q1 2018. From decorations which damage the lawn to surprise holiday pets, this article is full of wise warnings.

The 9-to-5er’s Guide to Keeping Your House Clean

(5 minute read)

Why it matters: Keeping a home in shape can be a daunting task for those with hectic work schedules. This piece by Steve Asbell offers a simple approach for knocking off the chores in a systematic fashion.

How a Return to Multigenerational Living is Shifting the Housing Market

(15 minute read)

Why it matters: Did you know nearly one-in-five households in the U.S. classify as “multigenerational living” situations? According to this piece, “Whether due to changing economic circumstances, increasing cultural diversity that welcomes such arrangements, or the evolving lifestyles of older Americans, more families in the U.S. are embracing more traditional living arrangements. Families may have come together by need, but they stayed together by choice.” Learn how this will impact housing in the near future.

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