Sunday
December 17, 2017

Home & Design: Feature Articles

  • 09/09/2016

    This time of year, many are eager to plan home remodeling projects. Help your clients by making sure you’re ready to share information on the latest materials, products, and systems so they can make their homes more durable, sustainable, energy-efficient, and waterwise. 

  • 08/05/2016

    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.

  • 07/13/2016

    It might be time to examine the words you use to describe eco-friendly home features. 

  • 07/12/2016

    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.

  • 06/21/2016

    Home buyers are looking for the right property, but they’re also looking for the right community. Does your area have elements to draw them in?

  • 06/01/2016

    When buyers have trouble envisioning living in a property, an architect can help them see the possibilities.

  • 05/18/2016

    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.

  • 05/11/2016

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

  • 03/22/2016

    You don’t need a swing set out back to attract this growing demographic. Take time to understand the needs and wants of today’s young families to succeed in getting their attention.

  • 03/07/2016

    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.