Times have changed since the real estate boom of the 1980s. Here are five tips to consider as you explore buying or selling today.
Don’t be turned off immediately if your agent suggests staging. The goal is to turn your home into a marketable “product,” and just a little bit of work can go a long way.
Once for sale, your home becomes less about where you live, where you’ve made memories or have lots of life experiences. You have to focus on what buyers are looking for.
Unlike the homeowner of 25 years ago, today’s typical buyers plan to live in their homes for just five to seven years, so it’s more important than ever to consider resale when making home improvements.
You might love the pool in the backyard or the sweeping mountain views, but are those features worth paying thousands more? We’ll have tips on how to value the upgrades that matter to you.
New research shows that while popular scents or songs may elicit positive emotions, they can distract from one’s ability to make decisions like buying a home. Learn three tips for home staging using your senses.