Location, location, location. According to real estate experts, the number one price point of your home’s value is the location. And once you get potential buyers to your home, the second biggest selling point of your home is the curb appeal.
According to a recent report by the internet site, HouseLogic, “Landscaping is the first thing that potential buyers see, and it reflects well — or poorly — on other homes in the neighborhood.” Let’s face it, if a home’s landscape is kept up, that is a good indication that rest of the home is kept up. Pride of ownership is important for the sale of your home, and you can’t go wrong by investing some money to increase the curb appeal and chance that someone may want to purchase your home.
Continue reading The Effect of a Dead or Dying Lawn on Your Home’s Value
A bill that would allow Californians who live in homeowner associations to replace their lawns with artificial turf, without fear of fines, easily passed its first hurdle in the state Assembly on Wednesday.
By a 7-0 vote, the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee approved the legislation, which is authored by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, and sponsored by the San Diego County Water Authority.
Continue reading Bill to Protect Fake Grass in HOAs Advances
There’s just something beautiful and comforting about mown grass. Whether you’re throwing a ball, lying in the shade on a hot day, or sitting outside on a warm night, a green lawn is a pleasure.
Writer Wallace Stegner, having grown up in dry, wild Saskatchewan, Canada, first saw a lawn at age 11 in Montana. “I stooped down and touched its cool nap in awe and unbelief. I think I held my breath ― I had not known that people anywhere lived with such grace.”
Continue reading Is it time for a fake lawn?