This month’s newsletter features articles on:
Homebuyer Tax Credit Aftermath
If you didn’t manage to take advantage of the $8,000 first-time homebuyer or $6,500 homebuyer tax credits earlier this year, you may be thinking, “So, now what?”. Some people may even be wondering whether buying a house is still worth it, or if renting makes more sense.
Room With A View
A good view can really add to the enjoyment of your home, not to mention to your property’s attractiveness in buyers’ eyes. An unsightly view, on the other hand, can make you want to up and move, and pose a challenge to selling your property. Here are some tips and tricks to help you accentuate the former and downplay the latter.
As buyers tour prospective homes, there are certain aspects of the properties that stand out as key in swaying their decisions to buy–or not to buy. Here are four areas of your home where you really need to impress.
Getting Over “The One”
Make the mistake of seeing a potential property as “the one” and you’re bound to overpay. As well, you may miss out on the others you’d be better off buying. Here are a few tips to help you avoid falling prey to thoughts of “the one”.
Painting your home’s exterior trim is a great way to give it a facelift, be it for your own enjoyment or because you’re selling your home. A laborious job, but key to ensuring a great first impression of your home, these tips will help ensure you’re satisfied with the results.