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By Jessica Harwick
(Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer)
Comments 3
Beautifully maintained & cared for home in the heart of Wadsworth. This home was gutted and re-done in 2000. The bath was completely remodeled in the fall of 2007. Great back yard for entertaining or relaxing. Newer carpet, newer windows, full basement adds extra room for storage. The home has newer vinyl siding, newer back entry door, fenced-in back yard, and plenty of parking! This will be a short sale and we need an offer. Great starter home or investment property. Appointment required!                            Asking $72,900 OR BEST OFFER!!
By Jessica Harwick
(Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer)
Comments 2
This information is courtesy of Eric Wachtel, Sales Manager of the Green-Uniontown Howard Hanna office. I thought it was fantastic information to give a cash buyer. He writes: As a cash buyer you must be aware that certain steps of the process, designed to protect a Lender's investment in a buyer's loan, are not required when real estate is purchased on a cash basis.  You should consider carefully whether you desire the protection of any of the following important aspects of purchasing real estate.   APPRAISAL - A Lender requires an appraisal.  You will need to request and pay for one if it is of interest.  An appraisal is a third-party estimate of the real estate's value at a particular time.   SURVEY - A Lender requires a survey.  This ensures that accurate boundaries are identified f...
By Diane Agnesi
(Diane Agnesi Interiors, LLC)
Comments 4
It starts at the curb.  Here are a few trouble areas your should address when considering curb appeal; Landscaping.  Replace dead plants ans shrubs with new ones. In spring plant some inexpensive flowers to add color and visual interest.  Don't forget the lawn. Are their bare spots that can be reseeded, and don't forget to fertilize, what a different a lush greener lawn can make.   Porches.  If your home has a porch make it charming and inviting.  Have some outdoor seating and treat it as an additional living space.  Some potted flowers and a clean outdoor mat can make a big difference.   Fence.  if your home has a fence make sure that it is painted or stained so that stands out, looks fresh and adds some interest to the yard.   Lighting.  what a difference new lighting makes.  For not ...
By Diane Agnesi
(Diane Agnesi Interiors, LLC)
Comments 3
Does your family room look tired, dull, and predictable? Here are a few ideas that can spruce up your room that won't cost a lot of money or take a lot of time.Let's start with the floor and add a colorful area rug that will not only add interest to your room but will anchor your furniture arrangement by placing it under the sofa and coffee table. Two things happen; it instantly grounds the space and gives you color choices when adding accessories to the room. Take a color from the rug and add accent pillows, a throw, or even new candles of that same color to punch up interest in the room.No focal point in your room, create your own. How about a interesting piece of art work. Try a large striking piece to make a dramatic statement. Or group a smaller prints together but use frames of th...
By Diane Agnesi
(Diane Agnesi Interiors, LLC)
Comments 16
A rule of thumb is to hang all pictures at 5'7" on center. This is eye level to the average human and is considered gallery height. To do this measure 5'7" from the floor up. Mark here. You want the picture centered on this height, so measure the picture from to to bottom, then divide that number in half. Then, subject the difference between the hanging wire and the top of the frame and add that number to the mark at 5'7". That's when you put the picture hanging hook or pin. It may look low because most people hang their pictures too high, so it will seem odd at first. Don't worry, it's correct!
By Diane Agnesi
(Diane Agnesi Interiors, LLC)
Comments 0
You can't change the weather, but you can change any room in your house into a warm and cozy space without spending a lot of money. Take advantage of the in-store Home Sales that are happening now! Here are a few ideas to get you started: Turn that dull bedroom into a deluxe retreat by adding a few special touches. New bedding, sheets, blankets, and new fluffy pillows not only add comfort but adds new interest to the biggest focal point of the room, your bed! Don't forget the bathroom. New towels, a plush new bath mat and a clean new shower curtain can turn an ordinary bathroom into your own private spa. Windex the mirror and light some new sented candles and take a warm relaxing soak. Is a new sofa not in the budget? Don't worry. You can add new interest to that old sofa by using a new...
By Diane Agnesi
(Diane Agnesi Interiors, LLC)
Comments 5
1. Declutter the room. Get rid of magazines, newspapers, stacks of mail, and other things that tend to accumulate. Remove the nick-nacks and accessive clutter on tables, Too many candles and collections make the room look unkept.. 2. Mirrors work wonders on small rooms. Rooms that are too small can look bigger by hanging a few mirrors and light colored art work. Mirrors can open up a room, increase the light in the room and make the space more inviting. 3. Don't crowd a room with oversized furniture. Try an oversized love seat instead of a full sofa which could crowd you out. Downsize your furniture if you can and it will create more walking space in the room. Choose pieces of furniture that do double duty. Try using an ottoman for a coffee table. It instantly adds another seat in the r...
By Diane Agnesi
(Diane Agnesi Interiors, LLC)
Comments 4
Here are a few more home staging tips: 1. Start at the curb. Eliminate all unnecessary items from the front porch, lawn and driveway. Toys, ladders, coolers, tools, or junks should be out of sight. Mow the lawn, rake the leaves, trim overgrown trees, shovel the snow from the walkway and you'll add to the curb appeal. If possible, plant a few flowers or hang a beautiful flower basket. Power wash the porch and front entrance. Paint the front door, if necessary. Make the entry look welcoming and inviting. 2. Simply Declutter. Take one room at a time and edit the space. Coffee tables, bookshelves, and fireplaces all need SIMPLE accents. Empty closets. Donate all usable items and throw away all the junk! Closets need to be clean, well organized and roomy. 3. Turn your unused treasures into m...

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