What Buyers Really, Really Want, part 3

Indoors: There is value in the details. In the NAHB survey, crown molding ranked higher than other luxury features – even fireplaces, kitchen seating, and window seats. Architectural details such […]

Indoors:

  1. There is value in the details. In the NAHB survey, crown molding ranked higher than other luxury features – even fireplaces, kitchen seating, and window seats. Architectural details such as hardwood floors, crown molding, baseboards, and other millwork, add depth and character, provide a finished look, and change lackluster to extraordinary.
  2. The kitchen and bathrooms still sell houses. Even small upgrades matter to future homer buyers. Changing taps, lights, sinks and countertops brings huge return. The majority of buyers want an open-plan kitchen with 87% citing an eating area as very important.
  3. Upgraded or new appliances, even wine coolers, are on the rise. The elements of the rich and famous are popular in every price point of house.
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Christine Rae blends her passion for the staging and decorating industries, her desire for helping people develop their potential, the thrill of training to the presentation of the CSPâ„¢ workshop. She has honed her skills and built her knowledge through extensive training in a variety of disciplines. During the last five years Christine has trained over 1600 people and in 2004 was recipient of an International Staging Award. Christine believes a crucial part of success as a trainer is to keep your hand in the industry you speak and teach about. This is why she continues to work (outside of training sessions) at building her own staging business, and works with a select group of Realtors® . The best business anyone can have is from a referral - it is an honor and privilege to work with you and your sphere of influence. Wellness with Essential Oils: http://www.christineraelivingoils.com/weblog