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Rhonda Baird, Real Estate Pro in 78751
You’ve listed your home and you’re excited to sell. What else can you do to make it happen quicker? Curb Appeal! Statistics show that homes with great landscaping will sell for 5% more than a home… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 18, 2014 by Rhonda Baird Home Selling Curb Appeal
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Ah summer, the season of grilling, dipping in crisp blue pools, and selling homes. If you want the latter to seem as enjoyable as the first two, then you may want to take another look at your staging… Read more
Blogged Fri Aug 1, 2014 by Lynn Caison Johnson Home Selling Curb Appeal Remodel & Renovate
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Creating curb appeal is the first step to attracting buyers into your home, especially those that happen to see your for sale sign out front while browsing the neighborhood. It's logical that how appealing… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 26, 2014 by Lynn Caison Johnson Home Selling Curb Appeal
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ReStyle Home…, Home Owner in Austin, TX
After what feels like a neverending winter, it's time to focus on freshening up our outdoor spaces again. Whether you are preparing to sell your home or are ready to start enjoying your outdoor space again,… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 28, 2014 by ReStyle Home Staging Home Selling Curb Appeal
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Inspect the Roof: The harsh winter weather has been beating on your roof all season. Invest the time to fully inspect your roof for weather-damaged shingles. Clean the Gutters: Clogged gutters can lead… Read more
Blogged Mon Feb 17, 2014 by Lynn Caison Johnson Curb Appeal Home Ownership
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Teresa Stamp…, Real Estate Pro in Lago Vista, TX
  IF YOU ARE GIVING THOUGHT TO SELLING A HOME, CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING SIX CRITICAL FACTORS: 1) PRICE: A home that is priced correctly will attract the greatest number of buyers. Since there is a… Read more
Blogged Sat Feb 8, 2014 by Teresa Stamper Home Selling Curb Appeal Home Ownership
Theresa Bast…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
As owners of a real estate brokerage in Austin, TX, we see a wide range of properties on the market.  Since the Austin real estate market has been so hot this spring and summer, many homes are selling… Read more
Blogged Tue Sep 10, 2013 by Theresa Bastian Home Selling Curb Appeal Property Q&A
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
1. Clear the way for curb appeal. The path to your front door should be at least 3 feet wide so people can walk shoulder-to-shoulder, with an unobstructed view and no stumbling hazards. So get out those… Read more
Blogged Mon Jul 29, 2013 by Lynn Caison Johnson Home Selling Curb Appeal
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Summer is an ideal time to tackle outdoor renovation projects. From driveway paving to sidewalk repair, the fair weather can be an ideal time to not only enjoy the outdoors, but take some time to improve… Read more
Blogged Tue Jun 11, 2013 by Lynn Caison Johnson Curb Appeal
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Summer is here and it’s a great time to revitalize your yard and take your curb appeal to the next level. Many homeowners are faced with a landscaping dilemma. They have a great yard with beautiful… Read more
Blogged Tue Jul 3, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson Curb Appeal
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Dwarf mondo grass (Ophiopogon japonicus) grows only 6 inches high, making it ideal for defining the edges of walkways and driveways. Mondo grass spreads slowly, but you can speed the process by dividing… Read more
Blogged Wed May 9, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson Curb Appeal
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Framing a ViewFraming a view is a technique, shown at far left, that uses man-made structures or natural objects to focus your eye on a scene or object in the distance. In a small area, you can employ… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 24, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson General Area Curb Appeal Going Green
Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
The natural landscape surrounding some houses is so spectacular or unique that it makes sense to capture in it the garden. This is called the naturalistic style. Such a garden reflects the authentic look… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 24, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson Curb Appeal Going Green
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Lisa Salinas…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Written by:  By G.M. FiliskoFirst Impressions Matter Looking to convince dubious sellers that smart upgrades are worth it? This year’s Cost vs. Value Report, by Remodeling magazine, provides… Read more
Blogged Mon Jan 23, 2012 by Lisa Salinas-Gruver General Area Curb Appeal In My Neighborhood
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Roman Lopez…, Real Estate Pro in 78739
It takes 1/10th of a second for an involuntary first impression to form.  One blink of an eye can cement a negative imprint in a potential buyer's mind.  Given these facts, it amazes me how many… Read more
Blogged Thu Dec 22, 2011 by Roman Lopez Real Estate Team Home Buying Home Selling Curb Appeal
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Carl Webb, Renter in Austin, TX
BY RAMONA FLUME11.19.11 | 12:00 pmThis year’s drought continues to take its toll on Central Texas and it has left most of Austin’s homeowners with weather-weary front yards and landscapes… Read more
Blogged Sun Nov 20, 2011 by Carl Webb Quality of Life Curb Appeal Remodel & Renovate
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Carl Webb, Renter in Austin, TX
City of Austin invites public to celebrates completion of E. 7th St. Construction ProjectEast 7th Street Construction Project'sSaturday, August 279:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.HEB Grocery StoreFREEThe City of… Read more
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Lisa Salinas…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Even though we are in a buyers market, don't let that discourage you, here are two important things to remember.1. Homes are selling in the Austin, Texas area everyday, make yours one of them!2. It take… Read more
Blogged Sat Jun 4, 2011 by Lisa Salinas-Gruver Home Selling Curb Appeal Design & Decor
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Trent, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
If you’re thinking about collecting rain at home, there’s a chance this product — theRainPerfect solar-powered pump system — could come in handy.  Once you have rainwater… Read more
Blogged Tue May 17, 2011 by Trent Quality of Life Curb Appeal In My Neighborhood
98th Meridian, Real Estate Pro in 78613
When considering a remodeling project, cost is definitely an important factor. However, you must also consider whether a remodeling project will retain its value if you decide to sell your home. Recently,… Read more
Blogged Sun Jan 16, 2011 by 98th Meridian Home Selling Curb Appeal Property Q&A
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