Ever drive past a home and think, Wow, I wish my home stood out like that? Can a coat of paint on the exterior of your home add value to when selling your home? There are many factors to consider in answering that question as it really depends on the individual home, but it certainly can. One thing is for certain: curb appeal makes a bigdifference when selling your home, and we're here to help you ensure that your home turns heads.
Here are the top four no-fail exterior colours that are sure to make your home stand out amongst the rest.
Whether you are planning to sell your house, or just want to make some home improvements that will increase your property’s worth, you don’t have to look very far for upgrades that are affordable and will have a positive effect on the value and appeal of your home. Wondering what the best home improvements are to increase value?
There is nothing wrong with transforming your home to reflect your family’s style, however, if you plan to sell in the future, it is important to keep in mind that customizations do not always have a positive effect on the value of your home. In fact, the wrong move can even bring your property value down or make your home harder to sell.
There are many good reasons to engage a reputable Realtor® in the purchase or sale of a home, and one of them is to help you avoid potential pitfalls that may arise by a lack of sound advice. The biggest of these pitfalls is the possibility of getting sued when selling your home.
Over the years I've learned to turn to the professionals when it comes to challenges and projects that are out of my comfort zone. I send my taxes to an accountant, I take my car to a mechanic, I call a decorator to decorate...wait, no I don't – I'm a decorator! But you get my point. If you're shopping around for a Realtor®, be sure to choose one who offers comprehensive home staging in their complimentary services package.
Choosing not to seek out professional home staging advice is one of the biggest mistakes people make when dealing with their largest investment – their home! While we're talking about no-nos, here are a few others:
There is a notorious real estate term ascribed to some homes known as a “high DOM number.” This is real estate jargon for a home that has spent a high number of “days on market” – the number of days since a property was originally...