Tips For Selling Or Renting Your Home

By on November 17, 2006

(NAPS)-Whether the housing bubble is about to burst or boom, there are a few inexpensive ways to help sell your existing home or improve your investment property. Try these tips: Curb Appeal Curb appeal refers to how good your house looks from the street. Home buyers and renters are notorious for quickly sizing up a place from the outside and making a decision based on that first impression. So take some time to make sure your home’s exterior and the surrounding yard are up to par. Trim bushes, paint doorways and keep the grass mowed. It may seem simple, but it can make a big difference when you’re courting buyers or tenants. Kitchens And Baths A quick coat of paint in the kitchen and bathroom can make a big difference in the eyes of buyers and renters. You may also want to consider upgrading certain appliances and adding what’s called a fan replacement kit in the bath. Broan and NuTone make a Bath Fan Upgrade Kit that can improve the appearance and performance of noisy, economy fans. The kits require

no rewiring and no new duct work to install, but they can completely change the feel of a bathroom in just 10 minutes. Homeowners can upgrade an existing economy fan in four easy steps: 1. Remove old grille 2. Remove old fan assembly 3. Attach new fan and motor assembly to new motor plate 4. Install new motor assembly and new grille Showing Off Get your home or the apartment you are trying to rent ready to show. Be certain it’s clean and try to remove as many personal items as possible. Realtors say that buyers and renters sometimes have trouble picturing themselves living in homes and apartments that already look lived in. For more information on the bath fan upgrade kit, visit www. or

Installing a bath fan upgrade kit is an inexpensive way to improve a home’s bathroom.


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