Increase your home’s appeal with good workmanship.

Selling a house takes a lot of work by both the homeowner and Realtor. Since buying a property is a pretty big investment for anyone, the seller should expect total scrutiny from each potential buyer which is exactly what you would do too if you were in their position, right? So if you are planning on selling your home, here are some of the “red flags” from an article in that property buyers are advised to look out for:

10. Additions – Older homes with new additions or remodeling may not cause concern but be aware of floor plans and over investing. Incomplete construction or incomplete restoration can change the value of the property.

11. Poor construction or condition – Check the quality of building materials and workmanship like miter joints, door frames, mop boards, consistency in plastering, woodwork, and painting. Also, check major parts like the roof, off-brand HVAC systems, support beams and equipment operation.

Can you imagine a house in poor condition in Holland? Not even the beautiful daffodils that bloomed earlier this summer which they are so famous for would help make their homes more appealing to potential buyers. So you need to make sure that everything is presentable from your landscaping up to your roofing in Holland MI to increase your chances of making a good deal.

And no one knows Holland roofing more than our team at VanderLaan Home Improvement. We believe that choosing the right style and color of your roof complimented by Holland’s beautiful surroundings can dramatically increase its marketability. We know our service is as good as our staff that is why the company only employs the best roofers in the area to give you the assurance of high quality workmanship whether for repairs, additions or replacement. So whether you’re planning on putting your house in the market, go all the way with increasing its value and hire us at VanderLaan Home Improvement.

(Article Excerpt from Dear Monty: 13 home-buying red flags, Holland Sentinel, June 18, 2014)