When trying to sell a home during the cooler months, it’s important to warm up the interiors and give the home a “homey” cozy look, agents say.
This time a year I am often asked by real estate professionals and stagers whether they should stage their client’s homes for sale in a special way for the holidays. My answer? Yes.
The front door of a home can be an attention-getting feature on the home’s exterior, beckoning potential buyers inside.
Not many people get excited about dead animal smells, mold growing in bathrooms, or leaky attics, but for employees at the Building Performance Institute Inc., it’s all in a day’s work.
If your home is in need of a new look, but you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg to do it, then try these six simple ways to give your home a makeover for cheap.
These wealthy female celebs need a place to call home, but their version of a humble abode is much different than most American home owners. Check out how much they paid, how much space they have and what oddities they cherish.
While some potential buyers may be willing to overlook any skeletons in the closet, they do expect a discount for the paranormal intrusion.
What can you do to open up some of the tight spaces in your listings?
More studies are showing the power of green on boosting sales prices. In the most recent study, University of California researchers found that green-certified, single-family homes sold for $34,800 more -- or 9 percent more -- than comparable non-green certified homes.
The key to selecting paint colors for open floor plans is to choose colors that don’t clash or compete with each other, but instead that emphasize the openness of the space, maintain the flow, and highlight the architectural features and design of the home.
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