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August 29, 2016

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  • Sparkling new quartz countertops, polished hardwood floors, stainless steel kitchen appliances. Aren’t your buyers lucky? But when sellers are flippers, a good buyer’s rep should help clients engage in some old-fashioned sleuthing.

  • Conventional real estate wisdom offers paint as an easy and inexpensive decorating tool to transform interior and exterior space. Help your clients find non-toxic options, the right colors, and appealing combinations to achieve their goals.

  • Growing concerns about bug-borne illnesses and overexposure to harmful rays have boosted the appeal of the screened porch, which offers a protected, front-row seat to nature. 

  • Concerns about bug-borne illnesses and overexposure to sun have boosted the appeal of the screened porch, which offers a protected, front-row seat to nature.

  • There’s big buzz these days about the importance of getting enough Z’s for health, happiness, and productivity. Help clients analyze if a master bedroom can incorporate all the essentials to promote a good night’s sleep.

  • With climate becoming less predictable, you can be a lifeline for clients by pointing them toward hardy, carefree landscaping choices.

  • The practice of demolishing a home to build another has changed significantly since the Great Recession. Help buyers understand when it’s smarter to demolish a fixer-upper, rather than remodel it, and learn why it may pay off for you to take on a more active role than the traditional buyer’s rep.

  • This common, one-story house with a low profile has a distinguished American pedigree. Yet, for decades it’s been overshadowed. As the ranch again attracts attention, learn about its best features and how older, dated examples can become strikingly modern.

  • Help your buyers and sellers learn what’s new on the residential front to meet their own needs as well as the desires of future buyers.

  • Many home owners with an unfinished attic have a viable option when they want more living space. Remodeling this topmost area may be more cost-effective and easier than excavating a dark, damp basement or building out new square footage.