It’s the age old question: what are the best home improvement projects that I’ve got do to my house before putting it on the market? There are pros and cons with each scenario. The upside to investing in a renovation project is increasing buyer appeal and not having your house sit on the market.
You’ve decided to remodel your bathroom, but you’re overwhelmed with all of the design ideas you’ve seen online. Sound familiar? Don’t stress. Just keep in mind your individual tastes and use them as your guide.
We’ve all heard news stories about decks collapsing. But no one ever thinks it will happen to them. Even if your deck was built well, it’s still outside and sustains the ever-changing New England weather. So, it’s important to inspect your deck to ensure your family and friends are safe.
Have you ever noticed the kitchen is the one room in a house where people congregate? So, if you’re contemplating adding an island to your kitchen, you might want to go ahead and do it. Kitchen islands are both practical and stylish.
The kids have gone off to college and it’s time to downsize. That dream job came through and it’s time to move. Whatever the reason, spring and summer are good times to put your home on the market. Maximize buyer appeal and minimize time on the market with these 5 remodeling tips. Any realtor will tell you that a well cared for and updated home will always sell faster and often solicit offers greater than asking price.
For homeowners, tackling a home renovation project can be overwhelming. Many try to manage the remodeling project themselves. They act as the general contractor, hiring specific tradespeople for each job and juggling schedules unsuccessfully. Why? Because they are unsure of how to find a reliable general contractor who will perform at a high level from the start of the project to completion.
More homeowners are opting to spend more time admiring their backyards and less time manicuring them. While many people enjoy working in their gardens, too many find themselves spending more and more time mowing and weeding and less and less time being able to relax and enjoy their yards. Turn some of your yard work into an outdoor living space to create more room to relax and entertain. Consider adding a deck, a screened-in porch, a gazebo or a pergola.