Buyers who favor the iconic Cape Cod can find vintage and newer examples far beyond New England's borders. For home owners enamored with the small-is-beautiful concept, the Cape is like a dream come true.
A well-designed landscape can be simple, but it can also encompass trees, shrubs, irrigation, hardscaping, and lighting. By making informed choices, home owners can tranform their properties, whether they're selling or just moved in.
When customers want to buy land and build a new house, or if they're considering an addition to their existing house, your knowledge of the prefab market can help them broaden their visions for a property.
Windows — the eyes of the house — give a home its special look from both the outside and the inside. The type of glass, framing, and window coverings can add a layer of appeal to a home. With these tips, you can ensure that windows in your listings will get noticed.
Many buyers plan to make changes so that property will better suit their functional and aesthetic needs. To help them, you first must learn about each of the three main approaches they can take: restoring, rehabbing, or remodeling.
For people who are passionate about historic homes and adamant about preserving a neighborhood's original character, teardowns are a major threat. When working with clients who are considering a teardown, you can help them evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of taking this course.
For many of today's buyers, the ideal home resembles a castle, reminiscent of fairy tales and royalty. However, when you get to the historical root of the architectural features, there's an aura of darkness and mystery.
A home with great architectural details should be able to sell itself. Make sure that distractions that could deter buyer interest are eliminated so that it's easy for potential buyers to say, "This is the one for me."