What’s So Hot About Winter?
Transitioning into cold winter months happens on a very deep level- deep in your wardrobe that is. A skim of cotton clothing has fallen, covering the sheepskin boots and chunky shoes buried in the midden of your wardrobe floor.
7 Quick And Easy Ways To Save Money On Your Power Bill
Want to save some money? We all do of course and in this article we’ll share some tips on how you can do just that. Now, these don’t require any great lifestyle changes or significant personal sacrifice. No, all that’s required is more careful consumption of electricity and guess what?
Ready lawn or grass seed: what’s the best option?
When it comes to adding value to your property, nothing does the job quite like a luscious lawn. A first-class lawn will add that wow factor to your home and is important in creating that all-important first impression. But what’s the best way to get that lush, green lawn that you’re after?
How Exterior House Cleaning Can Add Thousands To Next Your House Sale
The first thing you do when you want to sell your home is to spend time cleaning and fixing everything you can, to increase the value of your property. Depending on the condition of your home, you may need to paint walls, fix leaky taps and retile the bathroom. All these things are relatively inexpensive to repair and can add thousands of dollars onto your sale price.So what about the exterior of the house? Window washing is a must…
Ideas For A Beautiful Garden
The beauty of a garden is not defined by lots of greens. We kiwis pride ourselves for our greenery and vegetation but when it comes to our backyards, less is more. Little plants and small hedges grow to resemble bushes and lose their beauty. Then there are those gardens with lots of plants and all around which take over the space. Market Ready have encountered many gardens like these and we know how much work…
Five Tips For Getting Your Home Market Ready
In the current sellers’ market for real estate, it is crucial to ensure that your house shines out against the other properties that are also vying for attention on the market. To achieve this, it is important to take a few steps to get your house market-ready. Before you put your property on the market, make sure your house is ready and presentable. First off, take a look at your home with fresh eyes and give it a real spring clean.
How To Reduce Lichen, Moss And Mould Build-Up In Your Home
If you already have moss and mould build up, the best thing to do is get a high-pressure water blaster and spray and scrub the area. This is the most effective way to get rid of moss and mould. If the problem is inside the house, where water blasting is not possible, you can mix water and bleach and scrub the walls and surrounding areas with a soft bristle brush.Lichen, moss and mould occurs…
Neutral Paint Colours Are Best
They’re always in style. Beige, cool greys, and off whites will always be in style for interior and exterior paint colours. Different bold statement colours come and go with trends so they can end up looking dated after a few years. On top of that, neutral colours usually appeal to a wider array of style tastes. No matter who comes looking to buy or rent your home they can appreciate it as-is.
Why Home Dressing Is More Important Than You Think
An often-overlooked aspect of preparing properties for market is “home dressing” or “home staging.” Furniture and décor are styles in a way to maximise a buyer’s interest in a home. In other words, it’s all about first impressions!You might think that simply tidying up your home as it is would be enough, however some statistics from the National Association of Realtors in the United States say otherwise.
Catch Up On Your Home Maintenance This Summer
Keeping our homes in good condition makes economic sense. And summer is a great time to catch up on all those home maintenance jobs that it’s been too wet or cold to address until now. A yearly inspection of your home will mean that you identify any issues early enough so that don’t turn into major financial headaches further down the line. Here are some things you should be doing to keep your home in top condition…