Warner Group Real Estate Blog

Posted on 11/22/2020
Remodeling: How to Get Started
Starting a new renovation project can be overwhelming. Of course, there are tons of details to consider, so you might find yourself at a loss when it comes to visualizing your end product. Before you begin your remodeling project, you need to have an idea of how you want the result to look. To make it easy for...
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Posted on 11/15/2020
What is a Rain Chain?
Image by Kaitong Yepoon from Shutterstock Rain in its due time is every gardener's dream. Saving and reusing rainwater is a great way to save resources for the garden. One way to collect rainwater and store it for future use is to install a rain chain. A decorative rain chain can be used in place of a downspout...
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Posted on 11/08/2020
Helpful Home Projects for Aging in Place
Photo by Pixabay from Pexels If you’re planning to stay in your new home for many years, incorporating certain features into your home's design can make for a smooth transition. While you might not necessarily need these kinds of features immediately, you'll likely find they add convenience to your space. What can you do to make sure your...
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Posted on 11/01/2020
Real Estate and Probate: Methods of Holding Title
Photo by Jonny Lindner via Pixabay When you purchase real estate, you need to decide how you want to hold the title. Many closing agents make an assumption, and that assumption may come back to bite you later in life. In most states, you may title real estate in five ways: sole ownership, joint tenancy with the right...
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Posted on 10/25/2020
Is Real Estate Investing Right for You ?
Photo by Steve Buissinne via Pixabay While real estate has ups and downs, it has generally been a good long-term investment. Owning a home is one way of investing, but to really take advantage, you can buy property that you won’t necessarily occupy but will make you some money. How Real Estate Makes Money There are two basic...
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Posted on 10/18/2020
How Much Money Do You Need to Sell a House?
Ultimately, the amount of money an individual requires during the home selling journey varies. If you intend to sell a house, it often is a good idea to plan ahead for any expenses you may encounter along the way. Because if you fail to account for potential house selling costs, you may struggle to seamlessly navigate the property selling...
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Posted on 10/14/2020
Video Tour - 2 Scotch Pine Road, North Oaks, MN 55127
North Oaks home on 1.3 acres woods and gardens. Conscious updating throughout. Entry is air-locked to chase winter chill away. Foyer w/fireplace greets without congestion. Open plan: Living room with fireplace has seating groups, defined by architectural varied ceilings, open to the upper level. African mahogany cabinetry in kitchen and dining room. Kitchen fireplace creates ambience for meal prep. Corner office is perfect WFH space. Mudroom has laundry directly behind it. Upper level Owner’s suite with spa tub and separate shower. Two bedrooms with shared en-suite. Flex room prepped for fourth bedroom. Roughed-in bathroom is a storage...
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Posted on 10/14/2020
2 Scotch Pine Road, North Oaks, MN 55127 is now new to the market!
North Oaks home on 1.3 acres woods and gardens. Conscious updating throughout. Entry is air-locked to chase winter chill away. Foyer w/fireplace greets without congestion. Open plan: Living room with fireplace has seating groups, defined by architectural varied ceilings, open to the upper level. African mahogany cabinetry in kitchen and dining room. Kitchen fireplace creates ambience for meal prep. Corner office is perfect WFH space. Mudroom has laundry directly behind it. Upper level Owner’s suite with spa tub and separate shower. Two bedrooms with shared en-suite. Flex room prepped for fourth bedroom. Roughed-in bathroom is a storage...
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Posted on 10/11/2020
What Are the Risks to Rental Property?
Photo by 1000Photography via Shutterstock Investment in real estate rental properties has many upsides. You can make great money long term. But as with any business, there are risks. Before you turn your condo or townhouse into a rental or invest in a house or duplex, consider the ramifications and consult professionals. Dos and Don’ts: Do set up...
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Posted on 10/04/2020
Finish the Look of Your Kitchen With a Backsplash
Photo by P_Kennedy123 via Pixabay The word is out! Tile is back, and we couldn't be happier. No other medium finishes the look of a kitchen like a tile backsplash. And regardless of your skill level, with a little patience, almost anyone can create a stunning tile backsplash. Here's how it's done! What you'll need Tile of choice...
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Posted on 09/27/2020
3 Home Improvement Products to Make Your Daily Cleaning Easier
Photo by New Africa via Shutterstock As a homeowner you know there is a lot of upkeep that goes into maintaining a nice home. From weekly cleaning to monthly home maintenance, you put in time, money and effort to give yourself the home life experience you desire. The best living environment to come home to is one that...
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Posted on 09/20/2020
6 Advantages of Owning a Condo
Photo by Wes Hicks on Unsplash Owning a condo can provide you with the best of both worlds. While you own your unit, ownership of the common areas, land and building are shared. The other members of the condo association share costs with you. Either a property management company or the board of directors is responsible for making...
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