Agents often think of open houses as a waste of time because they don’t always attract serious buyers. But if you use it to showcase the lifestyle a home offers, it could do the trick. Here are three instances where open houses closed the deal.
Tin ceilings can add drama to a home. While popular in the 1890s, tin ceilings became less prevalent after the Depression, replaced by today's mostly plain white ceilings. However, tin ceilings are making a comeback.
Concrete block houses are nearly ubiquitous in the United States; yet they are often overlooked, even though they represent a special, but short, period of residential construction in American history.