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


"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
  • 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

    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

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