Toledo Real Estate Blog

  • Three Home Safety Features You Should Keep Up To Date

    BY Deo Tolentino

    In the midst of all the summer activities, there are a few things you should add to your to-do list to keep you and your family safe in your home. Here are three: Fire Extinguishers If you don't have a fire extinguisher, you should get one. Ins...

  • 9 Ways to Celebrate Independence in Your New Home

    BY Deo Tolentino

    No matter when you close on your new home, there's probably a holiday just around the corner giving you the perfect opportunity to host a party in your new digs. With Independence Day coming up, here are some ideas for celebrating your independence f...

  • Rearranging Deck Chairs on the Titanic

    BY Deo Tolentino

    Okay, so it's not the Titanic. It's your new house and you can't seem to make your older furniture fit. Buying new furniture is out of the questions, so how do you make your round pegs fit into those square holes? Make a plan Literally … make...

  • Is Your House the Right Investment to Fund Retirement?

    BY Deo Tolentino

    For many people, your home is your largest asset. Like your parents, and grandparents before them, you expect your home—in some way—to fund your retirement. For some of you, that means selling the home near retirement and using the funds to purch...

  • Expand Your Summer Living Space

    BY Deo Tolentino

    As the temperatures heat up and barbeque season is in full swing, the outdoors beckons. Early morning coffee on the back deck as the sunrises and late evening gatherings to watch the stars come out do not require shade, but to fully utilize your outd...

  • How to Prepare for Emergencies in Your New Home (Part 2)

    BY Deo Tolentino

    In a new home or neighborhood, preparing for emergencies in advance might just save you or your family member's life. In Part 2, we cover the basics for inside your house. Know your home: Learn how to turn off gas, electrical and water lines in...