Simple fixes and upgrades can have a large impact on your home's value. Our local experts help you identify what improvements are worth making to get your home list-ready.
While you should do what you can to make your home appealing to buyers, there are some efforts that just don’t get you the most bang for your buck.
Even if you don’t have the time or resources for major home improvements, you can at least try to avoid doing things that bring down property value.
Always check for and get required permits. Failure to do so could result in stopped or stalled renovations, or later complicate or cancel a home sale.
When mold is stinking up your home or you've had pets or visiting smokers leaving a scent, learn how to get things cleaned up and smelling fresh.
It’s not a secret that popcorn ceilings are no longer in style, but you shouldn’t write them off so quickly.
From small finishing touches to major additions, there are many ways to improve your home and make it more valuable.
Painting a room in your house takes some time, but it can do wonders for home value.
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From how much to save for a down payment to how long home inspections take, find what you need to know in our Home Buying 101 series.