The inside of your home is gorgeous and newly remodelled with the requisite hardwood floors, granite countertops, new light fixtures, up-to-date bathrooms and a completely remodelled basement. Other older and not even as nice area homes are quickly selling for $400,000 or more, but you can’t even get an offer near your $375,000 asking price. Your Realtor (we don’t advise selling your house on your own) even put a “must see inside” tag on your for-sale sign, but nothing is happening. Continue reading
So you’ve moved into your new home. Congratulations!
Everything has been unloaded, boxes unpacked, and you’ve settled in. Right now is the perfect time to make this new home completely yours. At the moment, it’s a blank slate, waiting for you to put your creative touches on it.
One of the best places to begin to see immediate personalized effects is within your yard or lawn.
There’s just something about a beautifully designed landscape – it holds real value to your home. It conserves natural resources, makes more of a comfortable environment for you and your family, creates a setting for living, and achieves outdoor function. Not to mention, it adds personal beautiful touches that are visually appealing and refreshing. Continue reading
You’re entering a competitive marketplace when deciding to sell your real estate. The competition is huge over there. You will see plenty of real estates that offer similar or even better features. That’s why it is important to set your property apart from the rest. Read on to find out how to make your real estate more attractive and appealing to buyers.
Fix the little things in and around your house
Overlook all the things, especially the “little” things, to see if something needs work. Though these little bugaboos may seem inessential, they can make your house more appealing to potential buyers. Those include the cracked tiles in the kitchen, the broken door handle in the bathroom, and a little stain on the wall. Be sure to take a walk through each room in your house and spot all the imperfections. The more polish you do by means of little repairs, the more appealing your real estate will be! Continue reading
Are you trying to sell your home? We have tips to earn the highest appraisal possible, without major renovations that cost you time and money. A little maintenance goes a long way in the eye of an appraiser.
1) Give Your Home’s Outside A Bath
Washing your home’s exterior, even before adding new paint, can lift your sale price $10,000 to $15,000. You need to get rid of all the mildew, dirt, cobwebs, and moss. Professional cleaning crews can be hired, but they cost a lot. You and a friend can use a bucket of soap and water, and a long-handed, soft-bristled brush, and have it done in a few days. To clean off any Continue reading