Infographic: Arranging your Kitchen
Our friends at Noel Dempsey Kitchen Designs in Ireland sent us this neat infographic. They believed our readers would be interested….and we agree.
On the Market: Four Eye-Popping Kitchens
We all know that the most important room in the house is the one you eat in. Seriously, does any room outside the kitchen matter? The owners of these on-the-market clearly thought not, because they went all out to create their culinary havens.
1. Versailles fantasy kitchen in Merion Station, $1,985,000
Even in an almost $2 million home that looks essentially like a stone castle, this kitchen is a tad on the flamboyant side. It looks like Marie Antoinette could bake cakes here, or at order her servants to do it. Who knew that ovens could look so baroque? More info via Winnipeg’s Real Estate Blog
5 Biggest Home-Buying Fears (and How to Face Them)
Buyers biggest real estate fears sometimes hold them back from buying not just around Halloween, but throughout the year. Here are some of the issues that commonly keep home buyers awake at night, and what you can do about them. The house has a cracked foundation, dry rot, or a leaky roof Renovating, fixing and repairing are on few buyers wish lists.
Renovating, fixing and repairing are on few buyers’ wish lists. When faced with the home of their dreams, they fear the inspection. What if there is dry rot, or a roof or foundation issue?
Most homes will need routine maintenance, and a good inspector will point this out. But it’s important not to let your fears get the best of you. Much of what the inspector comes up with during the inspection is for informational purposes only. Every problem does not need to be repaired right away. More info via Winnipeg’s Real Estate Blog