Published at Wednesday, April 03rd, 2019 - 18:51:12 PM. Home Decoration. By Adal Meier.
Similarly, Jennifer Roach, salesperson with Premier Sothebys International Realty in Sarasota, Fla., has a $1.2 million listing in her citys historic district that she says probably hasnt sold because its detached garage was converted to a guest cottage. The house has been listed since the end of March. She cautions homeowners that such an improvement represents a “gamble.” Whether youre selling a historic home that never had a garage, one on a tight lot where there isnt room, or one where the space has been converted, you can use a multistep marketing approach to help widen the buyer pool. Heres how to proceed:
Many cat walks are readily available through online resources or at pet stores at minimal cost, says Peter Cohen, who owns the custom homebuilding company Trillium Enterprises in Santa Barbara, Calif. To build multiple custom walks can be far pricier. Cohen says that one job he handled cost $35,000. In his own home, he has multiple tunnels, bridges, scratching posts, and 300 feet of walkways for the 24 cats hes rescued. For owners wary about resale, Stan Williams, CEO and owner of Stanton Homes in Raleigh, N.C., says cat walks can often be used by catless buyers as bookshelves or an area for displaying collectibles. Some also like to include a “catio,” a small enclosed screened porch that often juts out from the home above the ground, so a cat can enjoy fresh air but remain safe indoors, says Peggy Lynch, vice president of professional development and compliance for the Richmond Association of REALTORS® in Richmond, Va.
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