When you arrive at a home, one of the first details you notice is the landscaping. Understandably, most homeowners spend a lot of time and money improving their home's landscaping.
Unfortunately, a couple of small mistakes can quickly derail your landscaping plans. Our real estate agents suggest avoiding these common landscaping mistakes to keep your home's exterior looking its best.
It all leads up to this — the open house. All of your hard work in and around your home is now ready to be showcased for prospective buyers. Getting to the open house stage is no easy feat, and you should feel excitement mixed with pride as you prepare to entertain the buyer's offers. Before you open the doors to your home, you want to make sure you're all squared away. To give you a helping hand, our real estate agents created the ultimate open house checklist to prepare you and your home.
The marine beauty of coastal towns in North Carolina makes the ideal backdrop for a calm and happy life. Use the unique natural charms of the Southport, NC landscape to sell your home more quickly.
One way to make your seaside home stand out is by choosing the perfect color to complement the seaside terrain. Our REALTORS® at Margaret Rudd and Associates use these secrets when finding just the right hue when placing a Southport home for sale.
When you're selling your home, staging is critical. A potential buyer must be able to envision your current home as their future home. This can be especially challenging during the holidays.
You should feel free to decorate. After all, it's your home until you sell it. But before you plug in your dancing Santa, consider your decorations with an open mind and a critical eye. Share your holiday spirit but don't send potential buyers running by overdoing your holiday decorating.
Our REALTORS® understand it's difficult to strike a balance that showcases your home's best qualities while sharing your holiday style. We want to help you through the process with these 6 staging tips for selling your home during the holidays.