It’s a Good Time to Sell: Get Your Property Ready with a Remodel

According to an article in The Baltimore Sun:

Real estate agents say the snow, ice and frigid weather — which reached into March — have delayed new listings.

“Hopefully that will change,” said David McIlvaine Sr., an associate broker at Coldwell Banker in Ellicott City.

Buyers are crossing their fingers.

Cathy Werner, broker and owner of Re/Max American Dream, which has agents across the region, predicts a “condensed” season with listing and house shopping squeezed into April, May and June rather than spread over the first six months of the year.

“Sellers are waiting to put houses on the market and buyers have been waiting because they can’t get out there,” she said.

If you’ve been thinking about selling your property, you still have a lot of time to enter the market and make the most out of the spring real estate season. It’s a seller’s market so chances are, whatever type of property you have will still get some level of attention. But you’re not selling just for the sake of selling, are you? You want to make a profit. It requires offering the highest value possible, which you can achieve by doing home improvements with the help of Annapolis kitchen re-modelers.

The kitchen is one of, if not THE most frequented part of a house. It is highly likely that it will interest buyers if a property is offering a beautiful and conducive eating, cooking, and entertaining space. Blair Construction understands the importance of kitchen remodeling in Bethesda MD so it strives to deliver what you want exactly. Customer service is most regarded by the company as it believes in projects that truly benefit you, complemented  with the use of only the finest materials in the industry. Being trusted and certified by top manufacturers, Blair Construction assures that manufacturer and service warranties are extended to you.

(Article Excerpt from “Trying to Bloom: Buyers hoping more homes hit the market this spring”, The Baltimore Sun, March 28, 2014)

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