7 Feng Shui Mistakes That Can Give You Bad Vibes


By Jennifer Geddes | Jun 23, 2017 via REALTOR®.com h3ct02/iStock Let’s face it—some of us need all the good fortune we can get. So what if we were to tell you that you could step up your success with even the simplest of decor decisions? That’s the essence of feng shui, the ancient Chinese philosophy of living in harmony with Read More

7 Home Remodeling Projects With Top-Dollar Returns

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BY: ANNE ARNTSON Not all home improvements are created equal. These will reward you the most when it comes time to sell. Your home is in the perfect location, came at the perfect price, with the perfect lot. (Yay southern exposure!) But the home itself? Perfect isn’t the adjective you’d use. But you knew that Read More

8 Rookie Mistakes That Keep People From Selling Their Home


By Daniel Bortz | Jun 8, 2017 If your home is struggling to catch the eye of a buyer, it could be for an entirely valid reason. Maybe you’re stuck in a sluggish market or have the poshest place on the block (always a tough sell). But there’s another possibility, too—your home could be sitting on the market because of a rookie Read More

6 Outdoor Projects You Can Do With Your Kids


By: John Riha via HouseLogic.com Published: July 13, 2012 Get your kids outside and spark their creativity with fun, simple home improvement projects. Plus, you’ll boost your curb appeal. If you’re looking for ways to unplug your children and get them some fresh air, try these engaging outdoor projects. You’ll introduce them to a little Read More

Before you get the keys….homeowner’s insurance tips

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by Karin Wertheim REALTOR® Silver Peaks Realty Putting a home under contract is exciting.  Most escrow periods average 30-45 days and during that time you will most likely have a home inspection performed.  If you are getting financing, your lender will finish up the underwriting process and the appraisal will get underway.  One thing to Read More

Good Listener=Smart Seller by Gayle Conyers

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There are a lot of prospective sellers out there that consider themselves pretty savvy when it comes to setting a list price for their property.  They will say that their home should be listed at a higher price because, for example, they spent a lot of money installing a trash compacter and water filtration system Read More

March Spotlight Agent-Gayle Conyers

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Gayle Conyers recently joined the Silver Peaks Realty team in Driggs, as a Sales Associate.  She’s a fairly new real estate agent, but has had several sales in Teton Valley since getting her license. Gayle came to Teton Valley from La Quinta, CA, which is located near Palm Springs, a very hot desert area in Read More