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Paradise Palms Guide to Exterior Style - Introduction
Regardless of how you furnish the interior of your home, it is the Modern curb appeal that will help improve the value not only the neighborhood as a whole, but will provide additional value to your home if you chose to sell it in the future.
Do you every wonder why newer neighborhoods are often considered more expensive than older ones? Often times it is because the homes look alike. Newer neighborhoods have strict design guidelines that keep a desirable look and feel. Older neighborhoods are often victim of OVER-personalization which in essence DESTROYS THE VALUE of the neighborhood and the individual homes in the neighborhood.
Each page outlines:
* HOW TO RETAIN VALUE IN YOUR HOME
* HOW TO LOSE MONEY ON YOUR HOUSE
* HOW TO FIX IT AFTER YOUR HOME HAS BEEN RE-MUDDLED
It demonstrates ways for a homeowner to increase or decrease their homes value based on the following categories related to home residential real estate curb appeal:
Mid Century Modern Home Improvement Basics
Mid Century Modern Windows:
Mid Century Modern Entryway:
Mid Century Modern Landscape:
* Source: This presentation is based on the Paradise Palms neighborhood in Las Vegas, NV. Designed by architects Dan Palmer and Bill Krisel. this neighborhood is in need of a design Rennaissance. The presentation was put together for a house tour held in October, 2008.
* All images are used for educational purposes only. All images retain their original owner's copyright. No infringement is intended.
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