Grooming Your Yard
Does your yard have a freshly-painted fence, a smooth, green lawn and a well-trimmed hedge? A well-groomed yard is one of the most important indicators of proud ownership. Neighborhood pride can pay impressive dividends to homeowners.
Even if you don't plan to move right away, grooming and landscaping your yard could help your neighbors sell their home. Yard work and gardening can be relaxing and rewarding hobbies that can pay off in beautiful flowers--and higher property values.
If everyone does their share to make the neighborhood look terrific, the demand for homes like yours will increase among prospective buyers, and nearby homes will also sell for top dollar. When you are ready to sell or refinance, the comparable homes in your neighborhood will support a higher price for your home.
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Where and when was the first motel introduced on the American commercial real estate scene?
The first motel, appropriately named the "Motel Inn", opened in San Luis Obispo in 1925.
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