(Lutz, FL) – This Lutz Lakefront property has an enduring quality that captivates you as you stand at the lakes edge and enjoy the beauty that once was the beginning of the history of “Old Florida” and the Tampa Bay area. This 10.5 acre site is for sale and ready to build your dream home! […]
The latest research shows over 90% of all buyers are now making their first connection with your home online. This makes it increasingly necessary to make sure YOUR photos stand out online and leave an impression on “would be buyers.” Staging is a critical part of this process. Carefully placed bursts of color, focal points in each room, and making the old new again will automatically make your home photos more visually appealing. Realtor.com says, “Homes sell 30 to 85% more quickly and for more money when they are staged.”
We all have dreams of what peaceful, gracious living should feel like. This Concord Station home in Land O’ Lakes, Florida is the definition of serene living. Built with an amazing water view, of course your address would be 3684 Seven Seas! Everything about this home conjures up “Florida” living at its finest.
Why do some homes sell faster than others? Everyone buying or selling seems to think they have the answer. One always hears location, location, location. We also hear schools, schools, school. Beyond that, are there many good reasons why your home is not selling as quickly as your neighbors? Hedstrom & Stamm’s home solutions team did some research to tally up what most experts say.
Secret # 1- Kitchen and Bathrooms sell Houses! Think about when you purchased your home. What are the things that stood out to you and made you “have to” buy it? If you are like most people, the kitchen and bathrooms were a major part of your decision. And this is what I find with […]
#113456532 / gettyimages.com WASHINGTON – Aug. 8, 2014 – Americans‘ attitudes toward the housing market remain mixed, although a steady improvement in their personal financial outlook may bode well for housing in the coming months, according to Fannie Mae‘s July 2014 National Housing Survey. “The continued cautious sentiment expressed across the range of consumer indicators […]