Selling a home involves three main ideas: curb appeal, creating a blank canvas for the new buyer, and appealing to the emotional side of everyone involved.
Mark Twain said “Good fences make good neighbors.” This is especially true when there’s not a lot of space between houses, and fencing for privacy helps define your space. Fencing is an integral part of the American landscape with more than 72,000 miles of fencing sold in the United States each year (New York Times … Read More
Curbside appeal is key to making the right first impression. When it comes to selling your home, this first impression is critical. Today most buyers are searching for homes online. This means the photos your realtor includes in your listing need to be perfect, highlighting your home’s best features inside and out and the view … Read More
Curb appeal is key online where buyers start their search for a home. First impressions are critical so make sure there are plenty of photos to attract prospective buyers. For outdoor photos, photos should be updated each season to give that right first impression. Driving up to your home also requires great curb appeal. Too … Read More