With improvements in technology and energy efficiency, home owners have more flexibility with today’s lighting systems than ever before. Here are some important concepts to keep in mind to brighten up a house.
Garages are becoming more important, as evidenced by the rising demand for more space and amenities in this part of a property. But many homes don’t even have one. How crucial is a garage for today’s demanding buyers?
Consumers are looking for an outdoor space that has the creature comforts of indoor rooms, which they can enjoy in any weather. Here are some of the issues they should consider on this kind of home project.
In a struggling economy, one of the hardest sells is a home that includes big-ticket luxury items — mainly because amenities command a higher asking price. Knowing where and how to market these dazzling incentives in a home can bring you closer to matching the property with a new owner.
Often thought of as a place mostly for enjoying holiday dinners and birthday celebrations, the dining room is morphing into a friendlier, more intimate space as home owners try to maximize existing square footage rather than add on.
A bad kitchen can send buyers running, particularly since savvy shoppers know the cost to redo it keeps escalating. But many kitchens don’t have to be gutted and only need a few tweaks to work and look better.
You can help clients understand the impact art can make — for their own enjoyment as well as how to use it to impress buyers — with some of the following tips, from choosing what to display to how to hang it on the wall.
With benefits ranging from ecology to community building to curb appeal, front porches are almost always an asset. Here are some styling, staging and renovating ideas to let the porch help you make a sale.
Bonus rooms can change from a music room or home office to a potter's studio or a sewing room depending upon the needs of the buyer. Learn to stage with flexibility so buyers can see their needs reflected in your listing's free space.
There’s no guarantee that the dollars and effort invested in remodeling will make for a positive return, particularly during today’s surplus of inventory at reduced prices. Ask these six questions to help buyers weigh pros and cons.