When you visit Bank of America Stadium this football season, you’ll be sure to notice the impressive additions – new escalators, ribbon boards circling the seating area and two amazing 12,180-square-foot, high-definition PantherVision video screens.
What you won’t notice is the team of experienced professionals – contractors, engineers, electricians, and other skilled craftsmen – who seamlessly incorporated these enhancements into the “bones” of the original stadium. If you’ve ever remodeled, you have an idea of how involved the process can be.
While the professional knowledge and experience of a Realtor® is essential when buying a home, it’s also important when it’s time to make enhancements. In the September-October edition of Carolinas Market Update, I talk about the role of your Realtor between transactions.
Your Realtor works for you, represents your best interests, negotiates for you and shops for you when you’re buying a home. Your Realtor can also offer professional advice you can trust when it’s time to remodel or make repairs.
For example, your Realtor can help you understand the right level improvements for your market area, so that the improvements will add value and you’ll see a return on investment when it’s time to sell.
Your Realtor can also help you choose the right contractor, building products and materials, as well as understand the latest trends in design and decorating.
Whether you’re ready to buy, ready to sell or simply navigating the world of homeownership, your Allen Tate Realtor should be part of your game plan. Give us a call.