You want potential buyers to feel at home from the minute they walk up the driveway. Give them a canvas to fill. It’s showtime!
Start with a good cleaning, eliminate clutter, put away the knickknacks and add fresh coats of a neutral-colored paint to brighten rooms. Oh, and tidy up the yard. Your CENTURY 21® Real Estate Agent can give you all sorts of tips to help boost your home’s curb appeal and impress potential buyers once they’re inside.
HERE are a few basics.
Before you lock up your mower for the year, consider showing your lawn a bit of extra love. A few extra steps now can go a long way to guarantee fuller, greener, healthier grass in the spring. Read more HERE.
After a spring and summer full of mowing, weeding, mulching and gardening, it’s tempting to focus your energy indoors when autumn comes. However, if you’re selling your home, curb appeal is still important, even in fall. Here are seven simple ways to keep your curb appeal game strong all season long.
Are smart locks an open invitation to homes? At a recent computer security conference, some researchers said yes. Read more HERE.
About 10.7 million people move with their pets every year. Ease pets’ move with this handy LIST.
A key part of your marketing plan is setting the list price. Quite simply, if a home is priced too low, you miss out on potential profit. If a home is priced too high, qualified buyers will look elsewhere.
Following these 10 tips will help to add value to your home and increase your chances of a sale.
Selling can entail a variety of marketing strategies, and your agent will develop a plan especially for your home, which will help set it apart in your local marketplace and attract buyers. Read more HERE.
Buying a new home and selling an existing home at the same time has its own set of challenges. With knowledgeable planning, you can ensure everything goes smoothly.
Read more tips in this article.
A home renovation can be an overwhelming experience with high stakes for your clients. There’s creating the overall vision of the project, gauging its financial feasibility, finding a reliable contractor, and hoping for a smooth construction process. But an important consideration that often falls by the wayside is making sure the project is adequately insured.
Whatever a home remodel entails, it’s important that all the players involved are insured—from the homeowner, to the general contractor, to any subcontractors involved, says Mark Komiskey, Director of Homeowners Products at Esurance.
Here are five insurance tips to help keep financially sound as you consider a home renovation.