If you are looking for ways to refresh your kitchen this spring, here are some helpful tips that you can use if you are on a budget. When should you tackle certain items yourself; or are they best left the professionals? You might not need to replace everything. Consider refinishing or re-staining cabinets and flooring to save some money…Find more tips here: Kitchen Remodeling Ideas on a Budget (from $1,000 – $10,000)
It is common for homeowners to think that selling a home is an expensive endeavor. From repairs to staging, the process can seem overwhelming. With the advice of a knowledgeable real estate professional, sellers often find there are ways to keep costs low and come out on top during the selling process. Continue reading “How to Limit Spending When Getting a Home Ready to Sell”
Football season has begun! Read on for tips into turning your home into the ultimate game day party pad!!! Whether you are a 49er’s fan or a Patriots fan, your guests will appreciate you being game-day ready! Check out this article to find out more!
674 E. Empire Street, San Jose
2 bedroom + bonus room & 1 bath
Approximately 1,000 (permits unknown)
Welcome Home! Recently remodeled craftsman-style home incorporates original charm with modern day finishes! Features bamboo flooring, french doors, gourmet kitchen with granite, remodeled bath, renovated back yard and 2-year old roof! Third room can be used as an office, baby’s room or a sitting room. Home is approximately 1,000 square feet – permits unknown (assessors office 884). Located across the street from a park and a short walk to Japantown and Watson Dog Park!
1) Check each contractor’s license. Licensing may be at the state, county, or municipal lever. The quickest surest way to find out who is responsible for licensing contractors in your area is to call your local building department, mayor city manager, or county executive office.
2) Check with the local Better Business Bureau for any complaints filed against the contractor. Continue reading “How to Pick a Good Home Improvement Contractor: 10 Tips for Consumers”
Ring in the new year right by getting your home in shape. Your home is your most valued possession so why not spruce it up for the year ahead!
Paint touch-up. Scuffs, dirt and even crayons can plague beautiful walls of a home. Simply mark those areas with blue painter’s tape and then walk around your home with a touch-up paintbrush. Continue reading “Get Your Home in Shape for the New Year!”
Has your family grown out of that 2 bedroom home? Are you considering a larger residence in a different area? Or perhaps you just need more room for the new family dog? Here is a great article from Realtor Magazine which discusses the questions to ask yourself if you are considering making the move into a larger home. Continue reading “Does Moving Up Make Sense?”