Springtime is almost here, and that means the real estate market is about to pick back up in your area. Are you planning on putting your house on the market? Today I want to share the suggestions and tips I use to help my clients get their homes ready to put on the market.
Buyers expect a lot from houses today, which makes selling your home a little bit of a challenge. Here are photos of actual homes that were staged to put on the market this year, and the staging tips that helped them stand out. These 12 simple staging tips can help your home be the house everyone wants to buy.
Ruth and her husband have sold the last 2 homes they've owned in less than 15 days. Clearly, they are doing something right! If you've got a house on the market, keep reading!
The property at 75 1/2 Bedford Street in the West Village of NYC, is famous for once being the home to Edna St. Vincent Millay, Margret Mead, Cary Grant and John Barrymore. Also known as the Millay House, it may also be the skinniest in the city. Built in 1850, the property is a scant 9 feet wide.
With the help of their friends from the Preservation Directory, This Old House has compiled a list of the best old house neighborhoods that may have been previously overlooked. There are 64 neighborhoods in all, and to make our shopping easier, TOH broke
About a year ago, I posted pictures of Jennifer Aniston's 9000 s.f., 1970's Beverly Hills home called 'Ohana.'. Well, if you have the hankering and the bucks, the place could be yours as Jen just listed the property for sale. The price tag
Located on Grand Cayman, this jaw-dropping vacation home is 48,000 square feet of over the top opulence. Amenities galore, the ocean front home features--among many other things--an outdoor kitchen, billiard room, spa, steam room, wine cellar and outdoor tennis court. So how much will all this
Christina and John wanted to buy a house, but they were priced out of the NY real estate market, so they decided to buy a weekend house for their first house.
If you haven't heard, we're in a buyer's market. That's great news if you're shopping for a home; not so good if you need to sell your home. As a seller, you need to make your property stand out among all the others in the neighborhood. However, doing so doesn't mean having to invest a ton
Your house should put forth a tasteful first impression, both for your enjoyment, as well as what a prospective buyer sees. Whether it's the front door, the front step, the front yard or the overall front of the house, we can become blind to its' faults, and that may necessitate an objective opinion. As much as it may hurt, a little curb appeal consultation may be worth more than making a good first impression, it may make the difference between a drive-by, or a look-see. If you don't believe me, take a look at the difference in these five first impression makeovers.