Luxury home buyers do not want standard-issue, everyday kitchens. They want stylish kitchens that are at the peak of style. There are several upgrades that appeal to the luxury market if you are remodeling or preparing to sell your home. 1. Black Appliances: Black appliances are coming back around and luxury home buyers want them. This black is not the shiny black that was popular for kitchen appliances in the 90s, but rather a newer, updated matte black finish. [Read More]
4 Tips To Help You Get A Better Deal On A Home
A home is a big purchase. As such, you really don't want to end up overpaying. Since sellers are more than happy to overprice a home or accept an offer for more than the home is really worth, you need to be savvy as a home buyer. Here are a few ways to get a better deal on your next home. Work with a savvy real estate agent. Do your homework when it comes time to choose a real estate agent. [Read More]
Should You Buy A Cape Cod-Style Home?
If you're looking for a small, single-family home, many of the homes you come across on the market are going to be Cape Cod-style homes. This type of home is shaped like a slightly rectangular box. The second story is built into what would have been the attic space, so there is only a narrow and tiny crawlspace above the second floor, rather than a full attic. Cape Cod style homes are sometimes also called one-and-a-half story homes because of this layout. [Read More]
Welcome To The Future: Building An Eco-Friendly Business Park
Business parks are among some of the largest developments undertaken by municipalities and property development companies. Few business parks ever make it beyond the early planning stage without the consent and input of a huge number of stakeholders, often making these projects an amalgamation of ideas intended to fulfill a wide range of needs and requirements. This also means that the final design of the park must assuage various fears about the impact that it will have on the local community. [Read More]