Younger buyers want an already updated home and with a large percentage of homes built before 1990, that poses a challenge for the market. Older, outdated homes give buyers a lot of reasons to cross the property off their list.
Stager Sandra Holmes, president of Home Staging Concepts in South Florida, shows how a few design touches can instantly transform a room.
What is luring home buyers to new homes? Technology, the outdoors, and “super kitchens.”
Nearly three-quarters of about 1,700 home owners recently surveyed say that they use their dining rooms on a daily or weekly basis, according to the 2014 Houzz Decorating Trends Survey.
Without furnishings, buyers can't distinguish one home from another. None of the homes stand out or make it onto their “must see” list.
The special function room – like outdoor living rooms and home offices -- had mostly vanished from new-homes and home remodels during the housing downturn. But now they're reappearing.
Here are a few ways home owners are planning to enhance their master bedrooms.
The garage needs to be functional and attractive. Here are three ways to do it.
If you want to get the biggest bang for your remodeling buck, replace the entry door to steel, according to the 2014 Cost vs. Value Report.
If you’re trying to hook a buyer, you may want to make sure your listings not only are stylish, but also show off some comfort too.
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