Green building and products continue to gain traction in real estate, and some of the latest “green” products not only are helping home owners trim energy bills but also making their homes work smarter.
According to a recent article by Investopedia, here are a few common factors that often devalues a property ... Do you agree?
Before you show your home to any potential buyer, you want to make sure the staging is perfect. Follow these general tips and your home will look better than the competition.
Warm weather tends to draw people out hunting for a new home or to inspire others to make home improvements. It turns out home owners with solar energy systems may have the upper hand.
The down economy also has driven the need for home staging more than ever before.
Remodeling a kitchen, bathroom, or other room to increase a home's value can be a good idea, but home owners need to be careful when undergoing a remodeling task to ensure they don’t fall for some of the common traps.
You might want to take a double-look at that kitchen sponge you use to clean dishes and countertops. That actually was the leading culprit of germs in the kitchen.
Sex today is used for marketing just about everything and anything not remotely connected to sex--but it works. And real estate staging does for houses what sexy ads do for marketing--it sells!
There’s a lot of weight in the value of a home based on its name. Add the word “country” or “country club” to a subdivision’s name and you may stand to increase the home’s value by up to 5% alone.
Staging is all about fully disclosing every feature of a property, not hiding it. Staging is never about fooling people.
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