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Should You Repair Your Roof or Sell it “As is?”

When selling your home, it’s important to set aside funds for repairs and renovations, as they will not only make your home more appealing to prospective buyers, but will often raise its value, as well. Roof repairs and replacement can be costly, however, and may not be necessary for every homeowner looking to sell. Below […]

How to Sell Your Home During Even the Gloomiest Weather

Common wisdom states that you should aim to sell your house when the weather is its nicest. Unfortunately, you can’t always count on the weather when you need to sell your home. Below are a handful of ways to ensure you can sell your home even in the gloomiest weather. Leave a Light On It’s […]

4 Reasons to Add a Granny Flat to Your Home

One of the newest crazes to hit the home improvement market is the granny flat. These are described as self-contained living areas that are constructed on a property with an existing single-family home. Granny flats can be useful as a self-contained living area for an in-law or relative, such as an elderly parent who needs […]

5 Ways to Use Concrete to Enhance a Small Outdoor Living Space

By Anne Balogh, ConcreteNetwork.com A small backyard is often a detriment to selling a home, especially to potential buyers with big families. Although you can’t make your yard larger, you can make it more appealing and functional through the use of decorative concrete. Here are five ideas and tips for using concrete to create a […]

Virtual Reality versus Actual Reality in Real Estate

by Jennie Norris, IAHSP Chairwoman, Owner of Sensational Home Staging – We Stage Colorado Virtual Reality can be traced back to 1935 as a science fiction and movie tool that was not used in the real estate industry to any major effect until about 3 years ago when Matterport hit the scene. The idea of […]

Tips on Decluttering Your Home, Marie Kondo Style

The Marie Kondo Netflix special swept the nation upon its release in late 2018. While many people have reverted to their old habits, there are a few tried and true methods worth hanging onto. The idea behind Marie Kondo’s approach is that a cluttered home creates a cluttered mind. Here are some helpful, practical tips […]

Essential Cleaning Tips for Your First Open House

When the country gets back to being able to have open houses, these tips will help you be ready. Before you set out that yard sign, it’s essential to make sure your home looks the part. Potential homebuyers want to walk into a well-maintained property. If they can see handprints on your front door, their […]

5 Best, 5 Worst Trees For Your Home Landscaping

By Leslie Fischer Source If curb appeal is king when it comes to selling your house, the right landscaping is queen. While trees are one of the best features of a landscape, it’s easy to bark up the wrong one when designing your yard. When it comes to choosing trees for your home landscape, there […]

5 Ideas for Improving and Strengthening the Exterior of Your Home

As a homeowner, you may find yourself brainstorming new ways to help boost your home’s overall value while strengthening its foundation and structure. If you are working on the outside of your home and want to make significant changes or updates, there are a few ways you can go about improving and strengthening the exterior […]