Showing posts from August, 2021

The Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is Back!!

Summer is still in full swing here at Lake of the Ozarks and one of the biggest weekends at the lake is finally here! The 33rd Annual Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is the largest unsanctioned boat race in the United States, and named as a “must see” boating event. Top powerboat racers from across the country are here and ready to kick off the weekend. There are so many fun things to do at Lake of the Ozarks, and the Fran Campbell team is grateful to be members of such a wonderful community. Today, your favorite real estate agents at Lake of the Ozarks are here to shared everything you need to know about the 33rd Annual Lake of the Ozarks Shootout happening this weekend! Photo Credit: Fun Lake The Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is the Lake's largest boating event of the year where you have the opportunity to see speedboats reach speeds over 200 mph along with over 100,000 spectators! The Lake of the Ozarks Shootout will take place on Saturday, August 28th and Sunday, August 29th at Cap

Buying & Selling Simultaneously

Buying a home can be intimidating, and the idea of doing both simultaneously can be daunting. You may be wondering how exactly you might plan to buy a home at Lake of the Ozarks and sell your current home simultaneously. Your favorite real estate agents at Lake of the Ozarks have some advice and strategies to help you get through the process!' What Do Your Finances Look Like? There is no clear black and white answer because everyone's situations vary depending on how their finances look. If you have disposable funds for the down payment, then you won't have as much of an issue between selling your home and buying another one. Whereas if you need the cash from selling your home for the down payment. So what's best, buying a home first or selling your home first? Consider these scenarios below. Selling First Low Housing Inventory If you find that the current housing inventory is low, it may be best to sell your home first and temporarily rent until your home sells. Sure

6 Ways to Make Your Home Feel Bigger & Brighter

Whether you have just purchased a new home or condo, or you are getting ready to list your home at Lake of the Ozarks , there are tons of tips for making any room in your home seem more spacious. Even if you have a small living space, with the right furnishings and staging, you can still make it look big. The Fran Campbell Team is here to help you improve the space in your home. This week, we are sharing how you can make your home feel bigger and brighter. 1. Reduce Furniture Sometimes this is easier said than done, but if you can reduce the amount of furniture in a small room, you should. If the room is already small, having non-essential furniture will only make your room look cluttered. Instead of having multiple pieces of furniture such as a love seat and side chair, stick with just a sofa. This will still give you the same amount of seating but will reduce the clutter. 2. Don't Overdo the Art It is extremely easy to overdo the artwork you hang on the wall. Too much artwork

7 Tips For Remodeling Your Kitchen

Kitchens are the hub of home life and a source of pride. A kitchen is the single most expensive room to remodel in a home and if you are thinking about listing your home at the Lake of the Ozarks , you may want to consider doing a few updates before putting it on the market. The kitchen is one of the most scrutinized rooms of your home when potential buyers are looking for their next home. That is why it may be beneficial to complete a few updates. It’s easy to get carried away when planning your new kitchen, so if you are not sure where to start, the Fran Campbell Team has a few tips to help you design a kitchen that will sell your home! 1. Plan, Plan, Plan Planning your kitchen remodel should take more time than the actual construction. If you plan well, the amount of time you are inconvenienced by construction will be minimized. By doing this, you are more likely to stay on budget and less likely to change your mind during construction. 2. Bring your Cabinets All the Way to t