Property Managment | Domestic Cleaning Tips


It’s not necessary to spend a fortune, or even a great deal of time to make your home a better place to live or increase it’s value. Here’s 5 quick tips on improving your home.

An appraisal is simply a valuation given to a property that will assist buyers, sellers and lenders. Other popular reasons for getting an appraisal include refinancing, valuing a property that is involved in a legal dispute and calculating tax assessments. No matter what reason you are getting an appraisal, the goal is to have one that is a fair, objective and accurate estimation of what the property is worth. An inaccurate appraisal can mean higher taxes, the inability to get complete financing for a home and loss of money on sale prices. This is why it is so important to have an experienced professional use proven methods in order to provide interested parties with the most accurate valuation as possible.

Whether you have realised that the current wall colours are no more in fashion or you are simple bored of the very old and dull look it’s never too late to decide upon revamping your house for a fresh look. Remodelling can help increase the space in your house by adding an extra room in the veranda for example or it can greatly improve up the decor with replacement of worn out surfaces, it’s a great step and should be taken with careful planning.

Having a pool right in your backyard can be one of the most awesome things to happen to you and your home. All those movies have validated that much enough already. What they don’t validate or tell you is what goes behind maintaining that pool, so you can get the best out of it. It’s something no one will you.

DIY always sounds like a good idea at the time but without any knowledge of what you’re doing, you run the risk of not only getting it wrong, but also a lot of expense to put things right. Here are some common (and not so common!) mistakes that people make when attempting their own DIY:

It is usually in winter that gardeners start planning their gardens. While they are thinking about colourful flowers and butterflies, they shouldn’t forget to add trees and shrubs that look great in snow. Spring, summer and autumn concentrate on blooms and foliage in the garden, but in winter structure will provide more visual interest to your garden.