If you're looking to sell your Ann Arbor home this year, you've probably already started to consider how to make your home look more inviting. Maybe you've already spruced up the living room with a fresh coat of paint or updated the backsplash in the kitchen.
But don't forget things such as furniture layout, maximizing available space, and adding finishing touches. Staging your home for others to see how wonderful it can be is an art, one that Our REALTORS® can help you master.
When you at Remerica Hometown REALTORS® for assistance in selling your home, realize you have tapped into an experienced team. We know how to stage a house so it will sell. We know what buyers want to see (and believe us, it's not your laundry) and what they're imagining in your space.
When Ann Arbor house hunters contact us looking for great deals on superb properties, they often also ask us for recommendations on where a soul can sip some spirits. Our REALTORS® share how to find these hidden gems in the Ann Arbor area.
The Last Word - 301 W. Huron St.
This speakeasy is named for a 1921 cocktail, and the entire atmosphere of The Last Word capitalizes on the Prohibition-era setting. Find whiskey, wine, and beer, plus light cocktails; stronger-flavored, bitter, and herbal drinks; and nightcaps and sweet-finishing cocktails.
Open Monday 5 p.m. to midnight; Tuesdays through Saturday 5 p.m. until 2 a.m. Expect dim lighting and a sophisticated atmosphere.
Even though the real estate market is strong, the process of selling your home can be stressful. Take a deep breath and keep the end goal in sight as you sell your Ann Arbor home. To help you stay focused, our REALTORS® put together these seven tips help you remain less stressed throughout the process.
There's always something exciting going on in Ann Arbor, which benefits from its popularity as a college town. Concordia University, University of Michigan, and others have campuses here.
One great thing about living here is all the opportunities to get involved in the community. Local colleges and their students frequently sponsor charitable events. There are all sorts of volunteering options for people of all ages, skills, and abilities.
Other local organizations, such as police departments, are frequently involved.
One terrific example: The University of Michigan Polar Plunge!