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Friday, February 6, 2015 / by Henry Hilgartner
By: Sam DeBord
When people buy a home, a plethora of factors influence their decision. The look of the home, as well as its size, layout, age, and proximity to amenities are all important to varying degrees, depending on the individual buyer.
The local school district is one factor with significant influence. We’ve always known that good schools attract families with school-age children, but recent statistics add concrete numbers and surprising trends to the storyline.
Extreme School BuyersWhen looking at trends, it’s often entertaining to find the extremes. The best school districts near Seattle have recently seen a huge influx of buyers from China, paying premium cash prices for homes that many are purchasing ...
Monday, January 19, 2015 / by Henry Hilgartner
Remodeling Magazine January 13, 2015 0
How to Harness the History of Cost vs. Value
Use the report's long-term track record to back you up when you explain to clients what it really costs to do a project
By Craig Webb
Home-flippers beware: This article isn't for you.
We’ve tracked the Cost vs. Value payback ratios for groups of related remodeling projects dating back as far as our 2003 report. They show that, unlike with replacement jobs such as switching out a steel door, there’s not a single project on a national basis that returns more money in home resale value than it costs to hire a pro to do the work.
Kitchen project ...