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Help for New Home? There’s an App for that!

Posted: July 15, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

With hundreds of thousands of apps available on various operating platforms, your smart phone or tablet can become a “virtual toolbox,” filled with handy resources to simplify projects around the house and save a little time and money. Hartz Homes  suggests checking out these five categories and download your favorites. Learn How to Fix Stuff Read More


Montgomery: Your new hometown!

Posted: July 1, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

Deciding where to build your new home is a big decision. You’ll want to find a community that suits you now — and for years to come. Let’s take a look at why Montgomery has been the top choice to build a home for so many people.   A Strong, Vibrant Community Montgomery is a Read More


Entertaining in your new backyard!

Posted: June 15, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

It’s summer! And Hartz Homes knows it’s time to get out of the house and host outdoor gatherings, whether it’s enjoying an outdoor living room or kitchen-like features, perfect for entertaining. And what better place to do this than in your new backyard? After all, who wants to cook inside and haul everything outdoors? Likewise, Read More


Moving checklist keeps things organized…and fun!

Posted: May 31, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

Moving into a new home is exciting!  But it’s undeniably a huge task. That’s why Hartz Homes has created an all-inclusive moving checklist. It will keep everything on track and make the whole process fun and exciting.  We’re here to help you figure out exactly what you should be doing before, during, and even after Read More


Eight ways to save for a down payment

Posted: May 15, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

When buying a first home, many people save for their down payment for several years. The higher your down payment is, the lower your loan and monthly payment will be. Hartz Homes wants to share eight things other people have done to make sure there’s enough money when it’s time to get a first mortgage. Read More


Organization tips for new home owners

Posted: May 1, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

Hartz Homes knows that move-in day is a great time to start an organization plan. Otherwise, you’re likely to spend a ton of time sifting through things over and over just to find what you’re looking for.  What a waste of time and energy! The time you spend to organize initially will pay off in Read More


Pick the right school district

Posted: April 15, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

  Hartz Homes knows that proximity to good quality schools is an important consideration when purchasing a home. It is a major factor especially for buyers with families or young couples who are planning to have children. That’s why Hartz Homes makes sure that its new home communities are in great school districts. As you Read More


How to Pack an Emergency “Go Bag”

Posted: March 15, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

What would happen if a tornado ripped through your suburb? Or a nearby river overflowed its banks? When there’s an impending natural disaster, Hartz Homes suggests that every household should have an emergency “go bag” ready should the authorities or common-sense call for the need to evacuate. Taking even a few minutes to look for medications Read More


Houseplants can enhance your new home!

Posted: March 1, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

The décor you select for your new home is the ultimate expression of your personality, from art to furniture to the foliage you choose to brighten up your day. In this post, Hartz Homes teaches you how to execute the perfect game plan at your local nursery. You’ll find it easier than ever to convert Read More


How to translate real estate lingo

Posted: February 11, 2019 - Homebuyer's Blog

Reading real estate advertising acronyms can sometimes feel like trying to understand ancient Greek: EIL with a W/D? LR with Fplc? An FDR with a DK? Hartz Homes is here to help with this handy translation guide. 4B/2B: Four bedrooms and two bathrooms. “Bedroom” usually means a sleeping area with a window and a closet—in some Read More