Tricks to Treat Yourself to a Renewed Home
Your home needs a jump-start and a newly defined purpose.
Guest post by Co-Founder NorthStar Moving Company Laura McHolm
Is your home fulfilling your current lifestyle needs? Has your home been on the market for months and still not sold? If you answer “Yes” to either of these questions, your home may be going through an identity crisis; it is not configured to best meet your current way of living – or to attract potential buyers. Your hom... read more
The Coldwell Banker Way of Innovating
Blue is the color of winning, and the Coldwell Banker brand has been ranking up “firsts” for over 112 years.
Blue. It’s the color of first place and the color of winners. Win the race, you get a blue ribbon. At Coldwell Banker, we’ve created a blue ribbon culture of sorts as we’re always looking for ways to win on behalf of our agents and their customers.
Today, we often think of innovation as having to do with technology, but that&rsq... read more
3 Staging Touches That Up Your Chances of an Offer
Here are some tips to touch up your home staging to increase your chances of an offer.
Guest post by Abigail Sawyer
It takes more than finding a realtor and posting a “For Sale” sign in the front yard for a successful home sale. Getting your house in order is the first step to a quick offer. The secret is to give potential buyers the opportunity to imagine their “stuff” and family living in the home. Plus, you want to put you... read more
Smart Upgrades That Will Help Sell Your House
Upgrading your home with smart devices no longer an option — it’s a must.
Guest post by Jon Snyder
It’s official: smart home upgrades are HOT. A 2016 survey cited in the Washington Post says that 65 percent of buyers, especially millennials, are willing to spend more on homes that are equipped with smart devices.
Moreover, today’s definition of a move-in ready home has shifted. It’s not just about fresh pa... read more
How to Captivate Home Buyers by Capturing a Hotel Vibe
To get that hotel vibe, focus on these areas of your home.
When it comes time to sell your home, you need to keep one thing in mind: buyers don’t want to see or feel you in the house. What we mean is that buyers are looking for a blank slate that they can envision making their very own. They don’t want your family pictures, unique style, or lived-in look. Instead, they want a house that represents endless opportunities.
How do you make th... read more