Designers, builders, andhomeowners are looking to new secondary living spaces near bedrooms to provide a cozy secret getaway from the rest of the house. Sometimes called a “pajama lounge,” it’s a room where a family can comfortably gather without worrying about entertaining nonfamily members.
Ceilings are too often a plain Jane feature, but this element of your listing’s structure can assume a starring role and transform a space with minimal effort and expense. Learn about your clients’ options, from millwork to lighting, different shapes, paint, and even wallpaper.
With the increase in ride-sharing and walkable developments, garages may not be at the top of every buyer’s wish list, and some homes are constructed without them. Know how to make a garageless listing appeal to the widest possible audience.
Pet owners seem to spare little expense to keep their furry and feathered family members as happy as possible. Learn how designers, homebuilders, and developers are working to cater to your clients’ best friends.
Almost every homeowner wants to put their mark on their house, especially in the kitchen. But design taste is far from universal, so when it’s time to sell agents should consider creative marketing techniques for this very personal challenge.