When you own your home, things are going to break…if don’t want to spend your money on a handyman, you’re going to need to fix them yourself. You really do not need a lot of tools to handle most home maintenance fixes.
Here are five tools that will cover most of your basic projects.
Cordless drill. A cordless drill is a must-have…great for installing cabinets, drawer pulls, hinges, picture frames, shelves and hooks, and so much more.
Drain cleaners. Shower and bathroom sink drains could get clogs due to the daily buildup of hair and whisker clippings.
Shop-vac. Great for spills, sometimes accidents will happen that paper towels or your vacuum can’t handle like pet messes or broken glass.
Loppers. Even the minimum amount of care for your landscaping will require some loppers to remove damaged branches, vines, thick weeds, and any other unruly plants in your yard.
Flashlight.Flashlight is great to have handy for when you’re in the crawlspace or attic!
To Our Sellers, Let us say it one more time- congratulations! We are so happy that we were able to generate a successful sale for you. It has been a pleasure working with each family, and to get to know everyone! Even through your home has sold we are still here to answer questions, support, and help in anyway we can.
To Our Buyers, Congratulations on the purchase of your new home! We would like to say thank you for choosing the RedHeadAgent Real Team it has been a pleasure in assisting you with your purchase, and to getting to know everyone. We wish much happiness and to build wonderful memories in your new home!
To All the Agents, Title Companies, and Lenders, The RedHeadAgent Real Estate Team would thank all for the awesome work you did on behalf of our clients. We look forward to working with you in the future!
A survey from the National Association of Realtors® has revealed that 77% of buyers’ agents have said that staging a home makes it easier for thr potential buyer to visualize it as their own. That’s why Diana Hodgson, and the RedHeadAgent Real Estate Team believes that staging should not be overlooked! Her a just a few tips for you.
· First impressions count, and the first one comes from your home’s curb appeal, mow the law, clean up your flower beds, rake any leave, clean the walk, driveway and powerwash the exterior.
· Remove or reduce personal items, this will make it easier for buyers to see your house as their home. Personal photos, knick knacks on shelves, walls, and counters; replace them with clean simple decor a few examples are: abstract paintings, nature images, vases, plants, and so on…
· Organize your storage areas, these spaces are HUGE selling points.
· Consider turning to an expert, with their knowledge and eye for design, a professionally certified home stager can transform a home in a varierty of ways and they have a keen sense of what homebuyers want and expect in a home.