Listing your home for sale, but second guessing if your personal décor might scare some potential buyers away? Depending on how unique or gender specific your taste is, this can happen. Though there are no hard-and-fast rules for what all buyers will like, like in window treatments or paint color, there are some things that tend to be turn-offs for men and for women.
Sure, it is easy to spruce up your yard to impress buying in the spring, but what about in the dead of winter when snow is covering everything? And going to view a home is easy when you are wearing three layers of clothes and navigating snow covered paths, right? But, there are several advantages for both sellers and buyers to entering the real estate market in winter.
If you are like many people, you circle around an idea long before you take the leap and move forward with it. The world is filled with leapers and those who hold back, wait, and are always very cautious about their choices. Both have their positive and negative attributes, but the key for both personalities is moderation.
Winter seems to be fairly mild so far, but we New Englanders know it could become more intense any day now. That dreaded heavy snowfall or ice storm can become a brutal adversary that packs a powerful punch to your roof.
Winter is upon us and that means we Granite Staters need to find ways to warm up and nourish the spirit in order to make it through until spring. What better way to warm yourself on a cold winter day than with a bowl of amazing, hot, homemade soup? But who has time? You need to find a place that makes it fresh for you daily- using only wholesome ingredients. Where should you go?
At the beginning of December, a Londonderry family narrowly escaped a devastating fire and needed help from the community. The family lost everything including their home which was completely destroyed in the fire.
If you have your home listed for sale, you probably are anticipating an excellent offer from a qualified buyer to come in any day now. Your Realtor may have made suggestions to you to help your home show better and spur buyer interest in your property. But, if you are like many homeowners, you may have chosen not heed their good advice.