Ensuring that your home has curb appeal is a surefire way to attract potential buyers and enhance your chances of obtaining a quick sale. Though sometimes overlooked, a home with a well-landscaped yard can have a drastic impact on those who view it. Although professional landscaping isn’t cheap, taking the time to do the work yourself can have many benefits. A recent article posted on CNNMoney outlines several steps you can take to get your home looking picture-perfect at a fraction of the price. Several of the tips are listed below.
- Broaden the beds
- Focus on foliage
- Accent the architecture
- Trim with technique
For more information on how these steps can contribute to your curb appeal (including a full description of each of the items listed above), please click the full article link below. As always, contact us today for all of your real estate needs in Greater Lafayette!
June’s “This Month in Real Estate” video has been released. This edition’s top story concerns the most common repairs homeowners make before putting a house on the market. For the full story and more, click the “Play” button below.
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Each year, thousands of Keller Williams Realty associates participate in RED DAY, a time of service in which agents give back to their local communities. This year, KW Lafayette agents worked on a Habitat for Humanity home located in Lafayette. Below, please find video of the event.
As a company dedicated to our clients, we are extremely excited each and every year to give back to those who help make our profession so wonderful. We can’t wait for RED DAY 2013!
Video Courtesy of Scott Brown
“We are incredibly proud of our associates for earning this distinction and want to thank them for their commitment to their clients and communities. We see this honor as demonstration of our company philosophy that it is the agent’s brand that matters most and no amount of money spent on advertising can replace the influence and reputations our agents have in their local communities. Our associates have earned this on their own, by building relationships in their communities.”~ Mark Willis, CEO