2021 was quite the year! None of it would be possible without our rockstar Rush Residential team, partners, vendors and homeowners.
The changing seasons means changing your care routine for your home! While winter brings the holiday season and lots of good cheer, snow, rain, falling leaves and pine needles can wreak havoc if you’re not prepared.
Lorene “Lo” Lambro is a Designer on our Rush Residential Team! With 2022 quickly approaching, Lo is looking ahead at what’s in store for the future of home design trends. Home Trends That Are Here to Stay There’s no doubt about it—The pandemic has changed the way we live, work, and play for the long haul.
We chatted with Chris Johnston, our preferred lender at Community One Financial about the home buying approval process. The cliff notes? It’s simpler than you might think!
Lorene “Lo” Lambro is a Designer on our Rush Residential Team! Her favorite way to add life, color, and texture to a home? Plants!
Myth Busters: New Home Edition There’s a lot of misconceptions when it comes to purchasing a new home. We’re here to bust them!
In the times of COVID-19, the suburbs have more appeal than ever before. Here are 5 reasons why suburban living is taking off and why you may consider making the move.
A monthly check-up of your home using this list of simple tasks is a smart way to maintain your home. Regularly checking in on these items may help mitigate expensive emergencies by catching issues early on. Additionally, making sure your home's mechanics are running smoothly will extend their life and reduce costs of repairs and replacements.
The recent snow storm got us thinking of ways to help us enjoy the last few weeks of winter. We hope you can take some inspiration from these tips to make your home feel cozy before we warm up for spring!
We are honored to share that Rush Residential was recently awarded 2020 Company Of The Year by Master Builders Association of Pierce County (MBA)! Additionally, our Vice President of Residential, Scott Walker, concluded his duties as MBA President. Thank you Scott for generously giving your time and working alongside talented MBA staff members and association members. You concluded your term as President having to endure a pandemic and industry challenges that came with it.