Holiday Season

Selling Your Alaska Home During the Holidays

Many Alaska homeowners are left wondering whether or not they should sell their properties once the busy spring and summer seasons are over. While it may seem like the end of the year isn't the best for sellers, the short answer is yes! Today's homebuyers are constantly searching for homes on their smartphones, computers, and even have set up email alerts when a new Fairbanks, Anchorage, Eagle River, Palmer, North Pole, or Wasilla home becomes available and meets their requirements.

Don't be afraid to list your Alaska home during the holidays! It is still an opportune time to sell and as your local experts, Madden Real Estate has included a few tips below on achieving a successful sale!

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Celebrate with These New Year's Events in Anchorage and Fairbanks Alaska!

With the new year now just two days away, it's time to start planning how you will ring in 2017 in the Anchorage and Fairbanks area! From fireworks displays to skiing and snowboarding down a torch-lit mountain, there are many different ways to celebrate a fresh start— you just have to choose one!

As your local real estate experts in Fairbanks, Anchorage, Eagle River, Palmer, Wasilla, North Pole and beyond, we have included a few of the New Year's events happening around the area below:

Fire & Ice Festival New Year's Celebration
December 31, 2016; 5 PM to 8 PM
Town Square Park, Anchorage AK

This free event has become an Anchorage tradition! Come enjoy the live music, street performers,...

5 Ways to Avoid Wasting Energy in Your Fairbanks Alaska Home This Thanksgiving

As you prepare to host guests in your Fairbanks, Anchorage, Eagle River, Wasilla, Palmer or North Pole home this Thanksgiving, you likely have a to-do list that is keeping you on schedule. From cleaning the oven to changing lightbulbs to clearing off the sidewalk and driveway, there are many tasks that will require your energy in order to be fully prepared for the upcoming holiday. 

But while we're on the subject of energy, it's time to take a look at how much your home will use on this one, single day. Thanksgiving can be quite an energy gobbler, but if you mind the following five ways to avoid wasting it, you'll be much happier when you receive your next bill.

Install a dimmer switch in your dining room
You'll be spending the majority of Thanksgiving Day around your dining table, so start by saving energy there....