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The kitchen is most often the heart of the home, but it can also be one of the most expensive updates to a new abode. Large tasks such as relocating plumbing lines, knocking out cabinets, and purchasing a new set of appliances usually contribute to the high cost of updating the kitchen. However, there a simpler ways to refresh the kitchen without putting a dent in your wallet.
Is your garage cramped and overflowing? If you are tired of dealing with the chaos of a disorganized garage, then it's time to make your space start working for you.
First impressions are hard to break and most buyers will only spend about 15 minutes touring your house before looking at other houses with similar features listed at similar prices. Since we’ve only got one shot at making a first impression- let’s talk about how wow potential buyers by “dressing” your house for sale!
Knock, Knock All joking aside, your front door is the number one item with the largest return on investment when considering which upgrades you can perform to help increase the value of your home and attract buyers.
Is the master bedroom the best it can be? So…what rooms are potential home buyers most interested?
There are buyers who are looking to purchase homes here in Poconos, the Greater Lake Ariel area or wherever you are at...follow feng shui principles, so keep these tips in mind to appeal to those folks. I’ve heard that the use of feng shui can work for us or against us, even when we are not aware of their existence.
Strategies for Countering Lowball Offers The lowball offer can be one of the more infuriating experiences when selling your home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn lowball offers into happy closings.
First Impressions are everything to potential home buyers - and in many cases the decision to consider the purchase is initially based on your home's curb appeal.
CAN YOU BE SOLD WHEN IT’S COLD? Yes!!! Great reasons to put your home on the market during the winter months...yes, even in the Poconos!
Whether you are selling your home here in the Poconos, and whether it is your primary home or your vacation home....As a buyer steps inside, that’s it….you have Eight Seconds for them to form their first opinion… You want them to feel as if they are making a grand entrance. Even if you do not have a sizable foyer, you can improve the entryway of your home by removing clutter and making a clear path to the best room of the house.
So here’s a question to potential or current home sellers here in the Poconos… Do you think it is better to have your home placed “in the market” or “on the market”?