PART THREE of THREE: Late Summer Projects Include Winterizing

Posted by Brandon Vasquez on Friday, August 31st, 2012 at 2:29pm.'ve read correctly...winterizing.

Minnesota--The Theater of not without its drama.  Well known for blistering hot summer days flanked by a seemingly never-ending snow season, our beautiful state affords some of the most picturesque manifestations of the transitional shoulder seasons of Spring and Fall. As we approach late summer and the school year is underway, weekend project opportunities become more elusive and fleeting. Postponed home maintenance projects require our attention now...or risk being put off for another six months. 

Once Labor Day festivities and barbeques are behind us, why not make it your resolve to tick some of these projects off your Honey Do list?

Why The Rush: Being Proactive Now Prevents Regrets Later

When contemplating a move, having home projects done in advance can better position you to sell your property at optimum price, and thus enable you to buy your next home. The 'Spring Market' in the real estate world doesn't wait until green grass and flowers return. Rather, shortly following Super Bowl Sunday, activity that slowed over the holidays can overnight become highly competitive. If your property has deferred projects, you could very well lose a potential buyer to another better prepared property. The domino effect being that you are now not in position to purchase the home of your choice by having to accommodate a later closing date, or acquiesce additional dollars to satisfy an offer.

We've been matching homes with lifestyles for over thirty years. Contact us today to see how we may be of assistance with you and your comprehensive home needs.

Consider this helpful article as published by Yahoo!

Five Home Improvement Projects to Tackle Now

********Enjoy a Safe and Relaxing Labor Day Weekend--You've Earned It!********

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