DIY home staging helps you sell your home fast. A article by phillymag.com, pointed out a DIY home staging cheat sheet is all a seller needs. In fact, people selling a starter home or entry-level house don’t typically have extra money to spend on professional staging. To save money, keep a basic philosophy in mind. The idea when selling your home isn’t to showcase your family or your personality, but to sell the actual space. Even though it’s the building itself that home buyers actually buy, the interior design choices create moods and trigger their emotions so they place a bid. Also, the National Association of Realtors’ data shows homes with beautiful staging sell for more money, often selling in less than one month. Continue reading
If you want to list your home, consider weekend projects to boost your home’s worth. Many sellers don’t have time or money to spend on major renovations. Even though a basement or kitchen remodel could attract more attention from potential buyers, it often comes at a high cost. Smaller projects give home sellers quick payoffs that don’t interfere with their daily work schedule or create too much household havoc. According to a piece by totalmortgage.com, the goal is to make your home stand out from the competition. When selling in Springfield, MO, rely on your real estate agent to fill you in on the most popular colors, décor styles and features that appeal to buyers in certain neighborhoods. Real estate is often specific to the micro market. Continue reading
Kitchens are the center of any home.
They’re where chocolate chip cookies are baked and where children do homework after school.
Remodeling this space is popular as it can increase home value, though it doesn’t come without a cost. The average remodeling cost is $21,688, and the price is why many homeowners have to put updates on the back burner.
If you just moved into a Springfield, MO home that needs a kitchen makeover, here are some money-saving tips you will likely want to know: Continue reading
Selling your home doesn’t have to only please the potential home buyers. When it comes to improving your home, consider DIY and other projects that bring you satisfaction as well as increase your home’s value. According to a recent article by abqjournal.com, some DIY projects improve curb appeal and provide outdoor entertainment space. Whether you have a small or large family, your children or friends can also enjoy the results of various projects that make your home more attractive to buyers. In fact, a good test of whether or not an improvement is worth it to buyers is if it enhances your own lifestyle and satisfaction as a homeowner. Continue reading