Models homes are lovely because they have the latest and the greatest, are fresh and new, and are meticulously detailed. Psychology--more than decorating--is applied to make them look so fabulous. So how can you make your next listing as appealing as a model home? Here are 10 ways.
More home owners want more space in their kitchens and are expanding the kitchen’s use for more than just cooking, according to the latest findings from the American Institute of Architects’ quarterly Home Design Trends Survey.
Springtime is the best time to give a home a fresh coat of paint, according to the Paint Quality Institute.
Creativity and cost-savings are the main themes driving new-home design trends today, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
You have a great house to sell, but then you look next door--could the neighbor be hurting your chances of finding a buyer and getting the highest price for your home? Certainly, the “neighbor effect” has become a growing problem in recent years.
Many home owners have pets, but pets can pose a serious challenge when listing a home for-sale.
Look up. Notice any smudges or stains on your property listing’s walls or ceilings? An unlikely source may be causing it: Candles.
Staging a home for sale involves a number of key things to do and here are four of my top things. I call them the “4 C's” in home staging (and they’re considered “green staging” in this way as well): Clutter free, Clean, Color and Creative.
Some stagers and real estate professionals keep an inventory of items and accessories on-hand so that they can spruce up properties instantly while on-the-go. Let’s take a peek inside the components to these staging inventories to see what tools these professionals rely on.
Using personal photos to decorate the walls and tables are common in homes. But when you’re listing a home for sale, can those personal photos become a turnoff to potential home buyers?
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