PRICE REDUCED $5,000 in Roland

1325 Hwy 300, Roland, Arkansas $164,900 Three bedroom, one and a half bath. 1,268 square feet. Perfect condition. Newer construction (2019) on a charming stretch of highway 300. Luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout, new paint, ceiling fans, natural light. Spacious closets. Master bedroom has half bath. Includes stainless steel appliances and large island with tonsContinue reading “PRICE REDUCED $5,000 in Roland”

ANOTHER New Listing in Echo Valley

3107 Misty Lane in West Little Rock $199,000 Wonderful and spacious one level home in the heart of Echo Valley and walking distance from the neighborhood pool and park. Eat in kitchen has gas stove, dishwasher and microwave. Separate dining room. Vaulted ceilings and a site built fireplace in the den. Tons of storage andContinue reading “ANOTHER New Listing in Echo Valley”

New Listing in West Little Rock

1319 Northpoint Circle 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom $169,000 One story brick and vinyl home. Two living rooms. Nice covered patio. Double garage. New roof (2013) still under warranty. New water heater (2019). New HVAC (2016) still under warranty. Storage building also has electric and cable outlets. House on double lot. Behind the property is woodedContinue reading “New Listing in West Little Rock”

The 5 Best Grills for Your Outdoor Living Space

If you’re planning to step up your barbecue game, a new grill can make all the difference and turn your backyard into the best place for family and friends to hang out under the sun. Here are five favorite grills to please everyone, from charcoal loyalists to high-tech grill masters. Kalamazoo Gaucho Wood-Fired Grill withContinue reading “The 5 Best Grills for Your Outdoor Living Space”

Second Home Spending Spree

Despite the nationwide rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations and a return to life as once was normal, pandemic-driven demand for second homes is soaring, as many remote workers are opting to spend at least part of their time in vacation destinations, even as some companies are planning for workers to return to the office. According to Redfin,Continue reading “Second Home Spending Spree”

Emergency Funds Low? How a No-Spend Month Can Solve Your Cash Flow Problems

Nearly half of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, and 61 percent don’t have enough money to cover six months of expenses, according to a GoBankingRates survey. This trend of working to cover only day-to-day expenses can lead to the worst financial mistake of your life—not having an emergency fund. Without one, you could be forced to goContinue reading “Emergency Funds Low? How a No-Spend Month Can Solve Your Cash Flow Problems”

Design 101: 5 Easy Ways to Brighten a Room

Do you have a room in your house that always seems dark no matter what? Perhaps it’s due to low ceilings or minimal windows. Maybe the walls are painted a darker color than you would like. Whatever the reason, don’t worry. Below are a few simple ways you can brighten the space. Remove or minimizeContinue reading “Design 101: 5 Easy Ways to Brighten a Room”

Home Prices Highest Since 2006

Home prices continued to increase in February, reaching the highest annual gain since April 2006, as demand continues to clash with historically low supply. These factors have created increased affordability challenges, especially as mortgage rates also begin to rise. CoreLogic analysis also shows homebuyers have steadily moved away from densely populated, high-cost coastal areas in favor ofContinue reading “Home Prices Highest Since 2006”