Renovation is not only a way to embellish your living space, but it will also enhance the attractiveness of your home. You don’t necessarily need to sell your property to have a reason to make some improvements. If you are initiating a remodeling project, be practical. Let your efforts and hard work pay off by raising the value of your property. It … [Read More...]
The Open House schedule will be out soon for our extra special Los Altos home that is soon to hit the market and you don't want to miss it. White siding with black shutters, a wide weathered-brick porch and large shade tree speak to the traditional home lover in each of us. Recently remodeled to an open floor plan to help showoff the well-appointed … [Read More...]
Usually the seller pays for the termite report and the repairs, but remember everything is negotiable.
While we Realtors are busy learning the newly release Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA) it is important to remember that nothing as changed when it comes to how a seller and a buyer approach our unique Southern California problem of wood … [Read More...]
I have a client who is one of those DYI geniuses and recently made her tired kitchen cabinet look like new. Every time I stop by her home she has completed a low-cost project that has come out looking super fantastic and not a bit ticky-tacky. This time she shared her kitchen cabinet updating secret. She and her husband took a few weekends and … [Read More...]
By Michele K Kreinheder
Long Beach, CA - November 20, 2014
Rebuilding Together Long Beach, a local non-profit organization will be partnering with over 40 volunteers from the firm Ultimate Software on December 3 to make much needed repairs to Janice Kelley’s home at 4002 E. Grenora Way in the Artcraft Manor area.
Rebuilding Together Long … [Read More...]