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3 things homeowners can learn from watching HGTV

Oftentimes couples are found curled up on the couch, watching HGTV.  We all love watching home design shows and thinking about how we can get that picture-perfect room.HGTV

Real life is not as easy as HGTV makes it look.  Not for nothing, HGTV gives great ideas on how to spruce up a home and make it more appealing, whether from the curb to sell or inside for company.

We at Raleigh Cary Realty have learned three facts from HGTV that we emphasize with our clients. 

  1. Be aware of the “load bearing wall”: A load-bearing wall is one that is an active structural element of a building. It bears the weight of the elements above itself. Load-bearing walls are one of the earliest forms of construction. It is especially important to consider any loadbearing walls when considering renovations.
  2. Open concept: Open layouts are modern must-haves, making up the majority of today’s bestselling house plans. With a tiny house, a small home, or even a larger family-friendly residence, an open concept floor plan will maximize space and provide excellent flow from room to room.
  3. Location plays a HUGE part in the price of a house: Different regions or even just different neighborhoods can mean a drastic price difference. It is the most important factor when buying real estate.  Even the location inside the neighborhood will have a large impact on the house’s value. The three most important factors when buying a home are location, location, and

HGTV is a great resource for ideas, and works really well to motivate someone to make home improvements that have been put off for some time.  A lot of times, the different ideas seen on HGTV confuses the buyer with his own desires.  Raleigh Cary Realty make our clients a priority, and we keep the distractions at bay to make sure our clients get what they truly want.  Call us today to schedule your next home viewing.

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