When selling a home, there are a multitude of factors that can impact the value. Even seemingly minor details such as street numbers or light switch covers can increase the value of a house. However, the undisputed largest influence on the value of your home is its curb appeal. A potential buyer’s reaction to a home is largely determined by their initial view of the house as they first drive up to it. Consequently, ensuring that you maximize your home’s curb appeal will yield the best possible return on investment. When it comes to curb appeal, nothing impacts the appearance of a home more than its exterior finishing.
Welcome to the November 2019 Chesterfield and Henrico Counties real estate market report. This report is presented to you by The Wilson Group based on the latest CVRMLS data. The Wilson Group is All About The Experience! We wish your families a safe and wonderful holiday season. While you are looking for a great neighborhood to … Continued
As a homeowner, you know that necessary repairs often come up at inconvenient times. And sometimes, in order to save costs, you may consider doing your own roof repairs. However, it’s important to thoroughly consider what a repair will take before deciding whether you’d rather do it yourself or hire a contractor.
Once the cold winds of winter arrive, you may feel like you need to put off your exterior remodeling projects until spring. However, there are still quite a few projects you can check off your list this winter. This means you can space out your exterior projects so that you don’t feel rushed to complete … Continued
When doing home renovations, you need to think about how your home can look its best while also living up to your decorating standards. While you might not think that you have any interest in different home styles, you likely gravitate towards and away from certain looks. These tips will help you make the best calls when your new home is undergoing renovations.
Selling your house is as much about what’s on the outside as it is what’s on the inside. The need for “curb appeal” is important no matter how good your interior design skills are. In addition to maintaining a well-kept exterior, you also need to give the yard plenty of attention. These tips will help you make your yard look gorgeous when your house is on the market.