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Real Estate Round Up April 2014

Posted by Susanna Haynie on May 13, 2014
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BReal Estate Round upuying [and selling] a home is most likely part of your financial planning for your future. It’s important to stay informed about what is ‘trending’ and what is ‘out’ – to help you with that here a quick overview of the latest real estate developments.

 4 Types of Homes That Owners Won’t Sell
More than half of all existing homes are unlikely to be put up for sale anytime soon, unless there are significant changes in the housing market, according to a new analysis.

Best Bets for Adding Value to Your Home in 2014
America’s remodeling dollars are flowing again. If you’re looking to upgrade, Remodeling magazine’s 2014 Cost vs. Value Report tabs these projects as offering the best return on your investment.

Yes, there are trends in home paint colors. This year’s trend themes are: SEASIDE HARMONY – fresh pastels and relaxing ocean hues evoke a beach retreat, URBAN ALTERNATIVE – earthy colors update a chic loft look, GRAND REIGN – opulent jewel tones are inspired by historic formal estates, and NATURAL AVOCATION – greens and vivid accents keep the natural sciences in mind.
If you are interested in receiving in a monthly real estate activity report where you live or in areas of your interest simply email, call or text me.

Home Staging Tips For A Quick Home Sale
Statistics prove that a home that has been perfectly cleaned, updated as much as possible (colors, possibly appliances, decor) and well maintained brings the highest sales price. Be diligent, be picky and as a seller put yourself in the buyers’ shoes to see what they expect from your home.

If you have any questions about real estate or are interested in receiving a Real Estate Activity Report from your or other areas (basically a list of homes that listed, sold and are under contract within a subdivision) please email, call or text me.

It’s good to know to have someone always at hand that is happy to answer all your questions!

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