Posts tagged ‘curb appeal’

November 12, 2018

10 things that turn off potential home buyers

10 things that turn off potential home buyers

In a busy market like we have in some price ranges now, there may be things some buyers will overlook simply because there are less homes to choose from.  But for higher end properties, or in a buyer’s market, these 10 things are sure to turn off potential buyers… so address them before putting your […]

Continue reading...
August 10, 2017

Curb appeal and trees: Which add value and which detract?

Curb appeal and trees: Which add value and which detract?

Trees are beautiful and can add value to your property in most cases if well placed and maintained. They can also save you money on heating and cooling expenses, enhance your landscaping and provide privacy. There are several trees you may want to stay away from, though!   Below are HouseLogic’s picks for trees to […]

Continue reading...
May 25, 2017

9 ways a trellis can improve your landscape

9 ways a trellis can improve your landscape

Many people begin their outdoor planting this weekend… this year consider doing something other than the standard potted flowers or hanging baskets. Try a trellis with climbing vines/flowers.  Bonus: lots of plants good for trellis-use are perennials, you can make your own or choose from a wide variety of trellises made of different material/designs.     […]

Continue reading...
May 8, 2017

5 steps to get your home ready for sale

5 steps to get your home ready for sale

This spring & summer buyers will be out in force looking at a smaller inventory of homes for sale than they’d like.   You have an opportunity to be a part of this market leaning towards the seller side, but you must prepare first.  Even in a busy market, preparing a home for sale is […]

Continue reading...
May 4, 2017

8 ways to improve your home’s front entrance on a budget

8 ways to improve your home’s front entrance on a budget

You’ve no doubt heard the phrase “location, location, location” when selling real estate and location can make all the difference in how quickly a home sells and for what price.  So can “curb appeal.” If a home has little or no curb appeal, buyers may not even want to make the effort to see what […]

Continue reading...