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If you decide to sell your home, consider having an open house to let potential buyers take a live tour. There are four main benefits of having an open house for the home you plan to sell. 

Fort Wyane, Indiana panorama of the skyline

Is your family considering moving to Fort Wayne, Indiana? There are plenty of things to think and worry about in such a major transition, but we’re going to point out ten reasons why this Midwestern spot is a great place to call home.


The coronavirus pandemic has caused significant changes to our daily lives and how businesses operate. Classes, jobs and events we used to attend in person are now shifting to virtual platforms, including the practice of touring open houses.

Buying your first home is a major milestone. It can also be one of the most stressful things you ever do, according to a survey of homebuyers. While you might not be able to eliminate all of the stress of buying a home, there are a few things you can do to make the experience more enjoyable overall and to reduce any feelings of remorse after all is said and done.

Who doesn't want to save money? Older homes might have their charms, but they usually come with high utility bills. They also often have outdated heating systems, drafty windows, and little to no insulation. When you build a custom home in Fort Wayne, Indiana, you have the chance to make it as energy efficient as possible, reducing your costs and making your home much more comfortable. Learn more about the features that make custom homes energy efficient.

The word "villa" is frequently used when describing home styles and design trends – so frequently, in fact, that it can be difficult to know exactly what it means. Our FAQ will go over what a villa residence is, where the term comes from, and how you can make plans for villa style homes. Anyone interested in building a home or making important renovations on a beloved property should take a look!

Across the U.S., the median new home size is 2,301-square-feet, according to the Census Bureau. Depending on the number of people you live with and how you use your home, 2,301-square-feet might seem massive or tiny.