March 2018

There are 4 blog entries for March 2018.

Smart Tech Upgrades with High ROISmart tech is everywhere today, and the advancements in the industry have been truly remarkable. But some of the options on the market may be confusing or even a little scary to everyday homeowners. With companies trying to get a foothold in such a competitive market, they're constantly trying to outdo one another in any way they possibly can! But some smart tech is more than just bells and whistles. It can be a good way to reap both tangible and intangible rewards homeowners may not have even considered.

Smart Thermostats

A smart thermostat can do more than just to heat and cool a home, it can actually calculate the perfect heating and cooling schedule for the homeowner. Learning thermostats even feature geolocation devices that will raise or

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How to Get Ready for a Home ShowingFor homeowners who have decided to sell their home, there are several steps they need to take from staging the home, to choosing the right real estate professional to work with. An integral part of the home selling process is showing the home to prospective buyers. Getting ready for a home showing can be a little exciting, but also nerve-wracking. These tips help sellers understand what they need to do, and how they can simplify the process.

Make a Showing Checklist

People who hired a professional photographer to take pictures of their home for a listing want to show buyers that the home is in a similar condition. Since sellers may need to show a home many times before they get an offer, they should put together a checklist that helps them

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Curb Appeal Strategy GuideCurb appeal can have a big effect on the way home buyers perceive the exterior of any home, much in the way staging the home can affect how buyers perceive the interior. Improving curb appeal before putting your home on the market can lead to a faster sale and bigger offers. Following a strategy can help make the process easier. Starting with basic maintenance first can help ensure that your home appears well-maintained. Once the basic maintenance has been taken care of, then you can move on to landscaping and other upgrades.

Perform Standard Maintenance

Standard maintenance comes first. Evaluate the condition of your home's exterior and look for problems such as yard for waste like leaves and twigs, weeds and lawn maintenance tools left laying

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Which Home Improvements Offer the Best ROI?In the days and weeks before they decide to list their home for sale, many homeowners look for ways to get the most out of their home sale. To maximize their return on investment, many homeowners turn to home improvements and upgrades. There are many home improvements that you can make to increase profits after the sale of a home. Projects that boost curb appeal, improve efficiency within the home and improve the appearance of the home are all excellent projects to take on before trying to sell.

New Siding

Properly installed new siding can make your home look newly constructed. New siding is an excellent choice for homes where the siding has been previously damaged or stained in some way. It's also a smart choice in homes where the old siding

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