With zero interest credit card in hand, our buyers race straight from the closing table to the nearest home improvement store. Let’s take a look at some smart upgrades that may add value to your new home….
Read Doug Roger’s Complete Tips Here: Upgrades That Do Add Value To Your Home
THANK YOU SO MUCH DOUG for these valuable tips!
Prior to real estate, I taught full time for several colleges in Louisiana and Texas (LSU, Louisiana College, Angelo State University, Northwestern State University). Over a ten year period, I taught courses in public speaking, business communication, and negotiation. In 2008 my passion for real estate led me to leave higher education. The same research, organization, and people skills that I developed in higher ed serve me well in real estate.
Doug’s Areas of Expertise:
I work with clients from all walks of life. Military, retired people, short sales, and foreclosures have all been part of my client base this year. I take special pride in helping first time buyers realize home ownership!
Baton Rouge Appraiser’s Commentary:
Yes, Doug is located in Central Louisiana and his housing market isn’t much different from that in Greater Baton Rouge. I have extended family in Central Louisiana I visit several times per year and keep up with housing trends there. I added “Baton Rouge” to the title so the article would be found locally. Doug is a valuable resource and is making it happen in CENLA.
I agree with 4 of the 5 Tips recommended. Quality flooring and counters as well as a concentration in updating Kitchens and Bathrooms is what todays buyers are looking for.
Fences! While fences make good neighbors, they really don’t contribute to a home’s value nearly what they cost to have installed. Bill Cobb
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