Tuesday, September 5, 2017

48 Powder View Court Baltimore, MD 21236

Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/7QQCMX/48-Powder-View-Court-Baltimore-MD-BC10046578
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Price: $199,000

For more information about this property, please contact Nakia Evans at (410) 252-2111 or nakia.evans@cbmove.com. You can also text 4569172 to 67299.


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MLS ID: BC10046578

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Easy upgrades: Tackle these projects in a single day

It’s easy to get stressed out just hearing the word “renovation.” You’re instantly thinking of having your home life disrupted by construction debris, cluttered rooms, and loud noises.
But you don’t have to spend a ton of money and brace yourself for months of inconvenience to upgrade your home. Here are a few projects that you can knock out in a single day, and they’ll greatly improve the look and enjoyment of your home.

Paint or replace an exterior door: If you know the correct dimensions and specifications for a replacement door, replacing an exterior door is a quick and easy job. That’s even more true if you’re repainting it. Preparation and a few coats of paint will only take a few hours.

Plant some low-maintenance trees: Young evergreen trees are relatively simple to plant, and after some heavy watering in the first few weeks, they’re very easy to maintain. They’ll add some color and texture to your landscaping, instantly improving curb appeal.

New light fixtures: Whether they’re on the interior or exterior of your home, something as subtle as light textures can have a dramatic effect. Swapping out traditional fixtures for something modern or industrial can completely transform a room.

New hardware: Drawer pulls and door knobs are easy to change out, and like light fixtures, they have a big impact. You’d be amazed how your kitchen or bathroom could look with new hardware.

www.NakiaEvans.CBintouch.com 


Nakia M. Evans, GRI  
REALTOR (R)
Associate Broker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
nakia.evans@CBmove.com
Cell: 443-864-1358

22 Padonia Rd., Ste A-100
Timonium, MD 21093
Office 410-252-2111

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Five inexpensive home improvements

The cost of some home renovations can seem daunting, but not every home improvement has to break the bank. Here are five simple improvements you can make that will have a major impact, but are still relatively inexpensive.

 1. Add some trees: Want to add some curb appeal to your home and feel better when you’re pulling into the driveway after work? You won’t believe the difference a few trees can make. And compared to the cost (mature trees starts at around $1,000), they provide a great return on investment for you property value and can lower energy bills by providing shade.

 2. Add molding: Molding instantly adds a classy, sophisticated touch to any room, and if you do it yourself, it can cost less than $2 per foot. If you ever sell your home, buyers consistently say that molding is a big plus.

 3. Upgrade your ceiling fans: An efficient ceiling fan costs far less than air conditioning, and if your current ceiling fan is on its last legs, a replacement can totally change the look of a room.

 4. Energy efficient appliances: Still using the appliances that came with the home? Upgrading your range, fridge, or dishwasher won’t just give your kitchen a sleeker appearance. Newer, more energy-efficient appliances will also lower your utility bills.

 5. Invest in storage: One of the biggest ways to improve your home is to declutter. Throw out what you don’t need, and invest is some good storage solutions for what you keep.

www.NakiaEvans.CBintouch.com 


Nakia M. Evans, GRI  
REALTOR (R)
Associate Broker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
nakia.evans@CBmove.com
Cell: 443-864-1358

22 Padonia Rd., Ste A-100
Timonium, MD 21093
Office 410-252-2111


Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Is it worthwhile to improve your property, or is moving a better choice?

Unless you built a custom home, you probably have a long list of things you’d like to improve in your current home. Browsing online listings might get you in the mood to upgrade to a new home, or you might be thinking about renovating your current home after binging on HGTV. The answer to renovation vs. relocation depends greatly on what you’re trying to fix.

Thinking about a new kitchen?
If you’re dreaming of a chef’s kitchen with new appliances and beautiful cabinets, renovating your own kitchen gives you incredible ROI and is less costly than moving. You’ll increase the value of your own home if you ever decide to sell, and there’s a great sense of accomplishment that comes with completing a custom renovation.

Need more space?
If you’re running low on bedrooms, there may not be a lot of options. Converting an existing room to a bedroom doesn’t create any new space. If you’re in a condo, an addition is probably impossible. And additions can be expensive even if it’s a possibility. Moving is usually the best option.

If the neighborhood isn’t ideal
You may have seen some potential for your neighborhood when you first moved there, but perhaps it still isn’t welcoming the shops and restaurants you expected. If that’s the case, consider moving. There’s no sense in waiting years for the neighborhood to improve, especially if you can move to a house in the same price range in a more preferred part of the city.

www.NakiaEvans.CBintouch.com 


Nakia M. Evans, GRI  
REALTOR (R)
Associate Broker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
nakia.evans@CBmove.com
Cell: 443-864-1358

22 Padonia Rd., Ste A-100
Timonium, MD 21093
Office 410-252-2111