When purchasing your first home, you will most likely consider several criteria, but have you thought about how easy it will be to sell later? Aspects such as location, features and nearby amenities—the same criteria you will consider—can affect a property’s resale value.
When you put your home on the market, you will most likely clean and de-clutter, as well as stage it with newer furniture and on-trend decor. However, you may not have considered including a home warranty. While it is not always at the top of every home seller’s list, it can be significantly beneficial to you. Here a few of many reasons including a home warranty with your home sale can benefit you.
If your home is for sale during the holiday season, one of the best things you can do is make it appeal to the senses by incorporating smells that are familiar to home buyers and remind them of special memories that they have had from past holidays. Here a few ways you can achieve this.
Our world is full of risk at every turn — from perilous jobs to dangerous driving conditions. This is why everyone loves to get back to their homes and not worry about everyday safety hazards. It is great to feel comfortable and safe at home, however, is it as safe as it can be?
Are you thinking about remodeling but aren’t sure if it will pay off when it comes time to sell? According to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report, the majority of room remodels and additions may only recoup up to 80 percent of the cost. Since time and money are both something prospective sellers are cautious about wasting, DBL Real Estate put together the following list of practical ways to attract buyers and increase resale value without changing your home’s footprint.