Ugly paint colors? Treadmill in the kitchen? Creepy family portraits in every room? Don’t let it bug you. As a seller, they are not required to get their home in its best condition before showing term — let alone cleaning their home before listing. But one seller’s laziness can spell a huge advantage for the right buyer. Here are a few things that may be off-putting when you’re shopping for a home, but shouldn’t stop you from considering making an offer — especially if you love the home, layout or location.
The term “curb” appeal came from real estate sales and home designs. Buyers for years have formed their first impressions of homes while standing in the street or sitting inside the car, just beyond the curb. Before text messaging and smartphones, a buyer would get a phone call or fax from their agent about a new listing. The initial drive-by would usually determine whether or not they would want to go for an actual showing.
With the property market running hot, renovations are the trend right now. But before you get started searching for a ‘fixer-upper’, here’s a list of do’s and don’ts provided by our professional team of realtors at DBL Real Estate to ensure all your renovation projects are a success!
One of the best ways to increase the value of your home is by renovating your bathroom and giving it a functional and visual refresh. There’s a lot of information to see to and plan when it comes it remodeling your bathroom. Many may be wondering what the right and wrong projects are to increase the resale value of their home. This article will discuss the do’s and don’ts of bathroom renovation.
One the top ways to improve your home’s interior aesthetic as well increase its resale value is by renovating your kitchen. According to the Remodeling 2015 Cost vs. Value Report completing a minor kitchen remodel costs on average, $19,226 and you can recoup 79.3 percent of the remodeling costs during resale. The question many of you may be asking, “Well what should I do to increase the resale value of home?” Here are a few do’s and don’ts to follow to avoid any unnecessary time and monetary investments, and to increase your home’s value as well.