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Curb Appeal in Sonoma County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jan 13, 2015
Tristam Bielecki answered:
If that is their attitude, it is not likely any action will prevent them from getting mad at you. Broken cars that sit on a property are visual blight and brings down home values so you have every right to feel this way. Of course, its good to have nice relations with your neighbor so unless you are actively trying to sell your home you may want to consider ways to screen the eyesore but you have every right to report it if it bother you a lot as you are probably one of several neighbors that feel that way. ... more
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Sun Dec 6, 2009
Ellie Shorb answered:
Great question!
First, if your gardening/landscape co. is licensed, bonded, and insured, that gives the agents (who will ideally recommend you) a confidence that you have met the training requirements in your state. Also, I recommend that you make up a flyer or email to show Realtors what services you provide and provide some references -- In the real estate game, it is often a short time between getting the listing signed, and the first open house, so if you are able to tackle "clean ups" with only 24-48 hours' notice, you will get more jobs. Ask Realtors whom you have worked with to spread the word to their colleagues! ... more
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