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Snowfall. Thundersnow. Sleet. Snowpocalypse. You’ve heard it all, and you know Chicago gets more than chilly in the winter. When you’re outdoors, the best thing you can do is bundle up. But your home needs to be prepared for this weather, too! There’s plenty of ways to do just that.
Coffee, podcasts, and a pre-heated car. You know what those three things mean… time for your daily commute! Commuting can be a challenge, especially if you’re hoping to continue enjoying the perks of living in the city. Not to worry, we know exactly where you want to be.
You’re looking to buy. You’re looking to sell. Whichever end of the real estate market you’re on, you’ll likely notice the renovated, updated, and staged homes in your neighborhood sell quickly, and the ones with nineties countertops and cabinets… take a bit longer. Should you find renovations a necessity, Broker Matt Engle of Fulton Grace shares his best advice for updating your home.
Over improving is tempting, as sellers often assume it will automatically increase their home value and place them far above other properties in the area. Is this true? Find out in this week’s blog, as broker CK Cole of Fulton Grace’s Lighthouse Group shares her thoughts and tips regarding where to look when improving your home.
Glass figure collector, crazy cat person, or lover of bold, bright colored walls? Whatever your taste is, there’s likely a way to spruce up your home, or its decor, to make it more buyer friendly.