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Since joining HomeTalk, I have been asked several times...

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"What are ways to add value to your home?"
So I thought I would share my feedback just in case it would be helpful to anyone else.
Here are some of my top ideas:
1. Curb appeal--you have 7-10 sec. to make a first impression-make it count. Lots of color in lanscaping--no yard ornaments
2. Hit the senses--smells good, looks good, sounds good
3. De-clutter as much as you can. You are moving--pack it up and get it out.
Did you know that the kitchen, master bath and storage can be your biggest money makers?
Hope it helps...looking forward to more questions
Terry
  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO

    Curb appeal is so true...I recently completed a ton of work on a house that was going up for sale I tried to convince the owner to do a bit more but he was very reluctant..on spending the money...He finally agreed to have me do some deck repairs...I

  • SawHorse.net
    SawHorse.net Atlanta, GA

    1. Curb Appeal. 2. Go Green- In GA green certified homes sell faster and for closer to their asking price.

  • Terry Haas
    Terry Haas Charleston, SC

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQkbi94Oc5c&feature=share
    Have you gotten your copy yet?
    Any of the Hometalk friends...$5.00 off Just type the code Hometalk

  • Woodbridge Environmental Tiptophouse.com

    Nice, but you do not tell people how to get it. What is the link?

  • Terry Haas
    Terry Haas Charleston, SC

    www.makeeverybuyerwantyourhouse.com
    Sorry guys, I thoght the link came thru for the book as well.
    Thankf for keeping me on track

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