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Tim Nelson | Willis Allen Real Estate
Castellana | La Jolla
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door (and doorbell) stand out. Many homeowners don’t come in through the front door, but prospective buyers do. “While the Realtor is fiddling with the lockbox, trying to get the door open, the buyer is standing there looking around,” says stager and interior designer Deborah Goode of A Goode Start
door (and doorbell) stand out. Many homeowners don’t come in through the front door, but prospective buyers do. “While the Realtor is fiddling with the lockbox, trying to get the door open, the buyer is standing there looking around,” says stager and interior designer Deborah Goode of A Goode Start
“peep holes” — turknwein
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
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colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer light and bright."
Choose light colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer
will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer light and bright."
"Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. People prefer light
light cabnetry with a white-ish countertop. Appliances behind cabnetry. -- Tricia Choose light colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out,. "People prefer light and bright."
Choose light colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer light and bright."
“Bar stools” — Sonya Lee
Diligence International
Oggifocus Fire
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Curvy. Go crazy and install a round door for drama. The brilliant heart wood that scoops underneath the door is the best part of the whole fireplace. Tip: Install a hearth like this one upside down to create a mantel for extra pizzazz.
Go crazy and install a round door for drama. The brilliant heart wood that scoops underneath the door is the best part of the whole fireplace. Tip: Install a hearth like this one upside down to create a mantel for extra pizzazz
Curvy. Go crazy and install a round door for drama. The brilliant heart wood that scoops underneath the door is the best part of the whole fireplace.Tip: Install a hearth like this one upside down to create a mantel for extra pizzazz.
“extra klupa” — didivu
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Caroline Bass Citi Habitats
2 Reviews
111 West 67th Street - Sold
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your home look clean and fresh to prospective buyers," Bass says. "Bold colors can often be a turnoff; painting is a simple and relatively inexpensive way to get your home ready to sell." And clean your windows, advises Bass. "I know this isn't a renovation tip per se, but it will make a big difference
forget about the basics. "A new coat of paint, inside and even outside, in a neutral color will make your home look clean and fresh to prospective buyers," Bass says. "Bold colors can often be a turnoff; painting is a simple and relatively inexpensive way to get your home ready to sell."
your home look clean and fresh to prospective buyers," Bass says. "Bold colors can often be a turnoff; painting is a simple and relatively inexpensive way to get your home ready to sell."And clean your windows, advises Bass. "I know this isn't a renovation tip per se, but it will make a big difference in
“coffeetable” — jmramalho
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Historic Home
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of the time, you'll be selling your home to a younger buyer. What do younger buyers want? This ideabook lays it out for today's sellers. Will these staging tips work for your home?Get the guide: 7 Tips to Sell Your Home Faster to a Younger Buyer
“za vajara” — vladaparfem
Capital Building
3 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
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Thanks for the tip! Love this room, btw.
small nails, hammered by hand, light weight material and tools, one man job. I could cut the bark using a big scissors (used the garden scissors:) ). Tip: paint the wall dark brown before putting up bark, so gaps hide. I did this in August 2013, and it is still standing all right (it's March 2014 now)
and patterns (save those for the kids bedrooms!). These colours have universal appeal and are gender-neutral, so will appeal to both male and female buyers.
will appeal to both male and female buyers. DID YOU KNOW? Studies show that a softer colour palette has a measurable calming effect on the body and that people will stay in these rooms longer to relax and enjoy the calm – which is exactly what you want your buyers to do!
“fireplace” — ldipaola1
Anders Lasater Architects
12 Reviews
Outrigger Residence
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Consider waiving contingencies. Teixeira says that in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she works, buyers need to waive contingencies to be competitive, as high demand and low supply have created a market where many offerings result in bidding wars. Waiving
nagging fears the seller may have that you’ll back out at the last minute. One contingency that often gets waived is the inspection, which can expose buyers to a significant amount of risk. This does not, however, mean that you’re going to buy the house without an inspection. Julie Angelos of Berkshire
before it’s listed to help the house sell more quickly. They will then include both the inspection report and the disclosure agreement on the MLS so buyers’ agents can provide that information to their clients. Teixeira says it’s important to read these documents carefully and have your agent call the
“nice garage doors” — Jeff Stockton
Michael Kelley Photography
9 Reviews
Los Angeles Area Homes
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their payments that lenders have to approve the sale even after the seller has accepted a buyer’s offer. If the accepted offer is below what the lender requires to release the lien, the lender will ask the buyer to make up the difference at closing.The solution: Make sure your real estate agent has done
“Cottage” — robinroberts58
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