Paige Yates | November 1, 2023
We all want our homes to look nice, but major renovations can be expensive. Fortunately, tere are plenty of easy and affordable projects that can make your home look brand new. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Painting is one of the simplest and most affordable ways to revitalize your home. A weekend project can cover up scuffs and stains and get rid of outdated schemes.
Neutral hues like gray, warm white, and soft white create an airy, welcoming backdrop. Make accent walls pop with trending bold tones like navy blu or dark green. Update interior and exterior paint for a whole new look.
New light fixtures can instantly modernize a home. Swap out outdated ceiling fixtures, lamps, and bulbs for new ones. Energy Star LED bulbs last longer and use less energy.
Who couldn't use more storage? Get organized with these storage solution ideas:
Custom built-ins maximize space while adding value and style.
While new floors are ideal and often most durable, existing ones can get a makeover:
Give your home's interior and exterior doors new life. Use sand paper, stain, or paint for exterior wood doors to restore their natural beauty and protect them from the elements.
For interior doors, apply a clear coat of polyurethane over light sanding to revitalize the natural wood. Paint over stained doors for a crisp, updated look. Add new hardware for the final touch.
Dated cabinets don't necessarily need replacing. As long as they're sturdy, try painting or re-staining for dramatic results at a fraction of the cost.
For paint, sand, fill holes, prime, and paint for a crisp, updated look. To stain, strip the paint completely, sand, and add a clear coat for warmth.
With strategic low-cost upgrades like these, you can give your home an affordable mini makeover that makes it look and feel brand new again. Focus on high visual impact changes for a major transformation without breaking the bank.
Stay up to date on the latest real estate trends.
Valeria Kharchenko | November 1, 2023
Old windows can cause high energy bills, but also can lead to health hazards such as moisture and mold.
Paige Yates | November 1, 2023
We all want our homes to look nice, but major renovations can be expensive. Fortunately, tere are plenty of easy and affordable projects that can make your home look b…
Mallory Hanig | November 1, 2023
As temperatures drop and heating bills rise, you may be wondering if now is the time to replace an aging, inefficient HVAC system.
Taylor Yates | November 1, 2023
Boston is one of the oldest major cities on the East Coast, home to many charming historic homes ripe for modern touches. However, not all of them are living in the 21…
Paige Yates | October 1, 2023
Does extra space actually give you the biggest bang for your buck?
Mallory Hanig | October 1, 2023
First impressions matter, whether it's a first date or a job interview. The same principle applies when selling your home.
Kim Pampanga | October 1, 2023
The adoption of smart home technology, which uses of the Internet of Things (IoT) within the home, has surged for homeowners, investors, and property management compan…
Taylor Yates | October 1, 2023
In the bustling city of Boston, where historic charm meets modern living, real estate is a hot commodity.
Valeria Kharchenko | September 1, 2023
As the autumn wind graces the cobblestones of Boston, it's a great time to welcome the charm of the spooky fall season.
We bring decades of experience to transactions large and small and treat every client with the high level of service they deserve. Whether your goal is to build, buy, or sell a home, I would be honored to serve and help you with your real estate needs!