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New Year, Old Home Made New
New Year, Old Home Made New

 
Thursday, December 26, 2013
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The housing market in 2013 has been bustling with limited inventory and consistent price increases throughout the market in Fort Lauderdale. Many of the sellers I work with have remodeled or updated their homes and these updates make a marked difference in the selling time and process. If you are looking to remodel your home in order to sell, or if you have bought a home that requires updates, it may be a daunting task to undertake. There are some simple and effective steps that will help your renovations run smoothly and provide inspiration for your project and they are resolutions offered below. Happy New Year, Happy New Home!
 
1. Planning Makes Perfect: You must have a plan. You may start on January 1 and resolve to completely remodel in a year, and become burned out by February. The key to success here is to make a list of your projects, create a realistic time table, and determine whether you need a designer or not.
2. One Room at a Time: Deciding what to do in each room with or without a designer can be stressful, so it is best to break up the work, one room at a time. If you are unable to visualize the room completed or are uncertain of the possibilities, visit a design center to get inspired or look on websites to see if there are rooms that you like elements of. Finding your design style can be fun and ask your friends for referrals.
3. What's Cooking? The kitchen is one room that has become the center of homes in America. It is at the top of the list for renovations in 2014 for most people. Open kitchens are increasingly preferred and stainless steel remains the most widely requested finish for appliances. Finishes that are popular include marble and stone, and kitchen islands are a big seller and aid in the "opening" of the kitchen.

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