It doesn’t take a great kitchen to make a fantastic meal. But working in a well-designed space can certainly make it more enjoyable.
Whether the goal is to entertain guests at home or entice buyers, your home’s curb appeal will influence visitors’ first impressions. And it isn’t just how the home looks from the street that matters, but also the smaller observable details.
Ask homebuyers what the ideal location is for purchasing a property and they will likely focus in on the view—ocean, river, mountain, park, garden, cityscape. However, the ideal location must account for much more, as it can have many implications for quality of life and a home’s future value.
While family size has decreased significantly since the 1970s, the average home size has increased by more than 1,000 square feet. At the same time, rates of depression and anxiety have skyrocketed.
How much have you considered your home’s landscape?
Whether you’re looking to sell now or in the future, it is important to consider the return on investment (ROI) when making home improvements.