Encourage sellers to spruce up their listing’s exterior, so buyers will have no reason to turn on their heel. Well-chosen improvements can draw buyers into the home and add value. Both the facade and yard should say: “This house is loved.”
Since time immemorial, sellers have been preparing their homes for sale—planting, patching, and clearing out clutter. But it’s only within the past five years that the concept of professional styling has begun to take hold.
Builders and lenders have been dabbling in the energy-efficient market for years. Now real estate practitioners are getting into the act, setting the stage for increasing interest in the green housing market.
If you’re ready to take your home office to the next level, read on for a look at three distinct approaches to setting up at home. One of these three professionals may have the insights you need to take your home office from an afterthought to a class act.