A new year brings new trends, you can make your space feel brand new with a few unique touches. Add a new rug, mix some textures, or change a few colors. Here are a few tips to improve your space just in time for spring.
As the consumer world continues to embrace the remote lifestyle, we’ll continue to offer self-guided and virtual tours for our prospective residents. While many of the virtual and self-guided tours were spurred entirely by the pandemic, virtual leasing will be here to stay.
There’s no doubt the housing market is on a steady upward tick. Within the last year, land sales have joined the popular purchases for those looking to build custom homes on a specific piece of land in a specific neighborhood.
If you’re buying a new custom home this year (or remodeling your current home), choosing flooring is on your long list of important to-dos. Focus your search by attending to these current trends as they have the potential to be beautiful, functional, and stylish for many years.
Whether you are responsible for shoveling snow around your house or if you live in a community where the HOA handles snow removal services, there are some steps you can take to be best prepared when a winter storm is in the forecast.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way telecommuters, or people who have the ability to work from home, look at their homes. What was once an escape from the office has now turned into the office, gym, home and hotel rolled into one.
Throughout COVID-19, Hubbell Realty Company has continued to evaluate how we can best serve our homeowners, clients and partners while keeping health and well being top of mind for our associates and the general public.
This is the first time an Iowa-based homebuilder has received this national renowned recognition, so this week, we sat down with our team to discuss what they learned during the application process, site visit and the final review from the Pro Builder team:
When Brad and Lori Kiewel started searching for their next home, it was a bittersweet journey. Brad, who had experienced a health issue, needed a home without stairs, but they both still wanted their home primely located for entertainment, personal appointments and sharing experiences together.