Get into Selling Luxury Real Estate
Spring is the prime time for kicking off long awaited home projects. Whether it’s a deep cleaning or a home remodel, a spring refresh is perfect for giving a boost to the resale value in your home if you’re planning to sell in the months ahead. But if you’re fixing things up, there are important considerations to make if your thinking about selling.
Trends in home design can have a huge effect on real estate. A certain feature or element could be just the thing buyers are looking for one year and in the next, that same feature could deter potential buyers. Even an update as minimal as a fresh coat of paint can determine your home’s success on the market.
Each season there’s a new “it” color or design scheme that homeowners are itching to incorporate into their home. It’s important to know that all popular hues don’t necessarily translate into every living space. Yellows and greens—popular colors that re-emerge in the spring months—could look fabulous in a room with plenty of spring sunshine, but covering all four walls (or more!) in an on-trend hue could be too much for a space.
Consider neighboring rooms. Colors should complement, not contrast, each other from one room to the other. Imagine you were taking a birds-eye look at all of the rooms in your home—do all of the colors go together? The shades of paint don’t all need to be the same, but should flow and harmonize from wall to wall.
Work with what’s there. Unless you’re redecorating all together, choose paint colors that go with the furnishings already in your home. Think about the colors in a rug, or a statement furniture piece or a cherished piece of art work and pick shades that will blend right in.
Do a test run. You want to get a sense of what it will be like to live with a color before committing to it. Paint a patch of wall so that you can evaluate the color at all points in the day—in natural light, at dusk, in room lighting, etc. If painting part of the wall isn’t possible, a big board or canvas painting in the proposed color will do the trick. The key is to not rely on paint chips along to settle on the color of the whole room.
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How can I sell luxury real estate? | Yahoo Answers
Contact any large real estate firm in your town. They usually will offer classes. Then you take the exams, and if you pass, you get your license.
As far as high end or luxury real estate, I am sure EVERY agent would like to be selling the over million dollar homes. Fact is, the clients of these homes EXPECT an experienced professional who is knowledgeable in marketing their property.
By you asking if you need a special license to sell high end property and then following that up by asking how to even get a license, tells me you aren't quite ready for the luxury market.
Get your licen…