Category: Home Improvment

Top Holiday Decorations for Your Home in 2020

Posted on December 17, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

It’s almost that time of year again and the holidays just don’t feel like they’ve begun until you start decorating. You may not get too much snow at your South Florida home, but you can turn it into a winter wonderland with these great ideas for outdoor holiday decorations. Keep in mind that if you’re …

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Buying a Home in South Florida? Important Features to Look For

Posted on November 18, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

South Florida homes are beautiful, in demand, and a fantastic choice for your new home. If you’re planning to move to South Florida, especially if you’re from somewhere with a very different climate, you need to know what features are most important in your new home. Some of these features help protect your home, while …

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Important Maintenance for Your South Florida Home

Posted on October 27, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

You might not have to worry about snow removal or frozen pipes in South Florida, but your property till needs a little TLC from time to time. Here are some of the most important kinds of maintenance you should perform on your South Florida home. You should always check these maintenance details when you first …

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Renovating Your Guest Room? Here Are Our Top Tips

Posted on October 14, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

The guestroom likely isn’t the first area of your home that you would think of to renovate. But, revamping your guestroom is a productive and fulfilling project for any South Florida homeowner. Just think: with a functional and stylish guest room on your property, you can give houseguests a comfortable, memorable experience. It’s all too …

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More Tips to Prepare Your South Florida House for a Showing

Posted on September 14, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

If you are selling your South Florida house, condominium or apartment, then you will need to show it to prospective buyers. House showings are extremely important because they give prospective buyers a first impression of the property. A bad first impression and viewers will be that much less inclined to buy. So, here are some …

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5 Easy Upgrades for Your South Florida Home

Posted on August 26, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

Give your home some small, affordable updates to enhance its value. Check out these tips for some ideas about how to look around your home and work with what you have. Introduction If you’re trying to sell your house or condo but are worried that it’s behind the times, there are a few things you …

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5 Easy Steps to Prepare for a House Showing

Posted on July 24, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

So, you’re trying to sell your house or condominium? Well, you may think it’s as simple as hiring an agent, listing the house, and waiting around, but there’s a lot more to it than that. What you may not realize is that it can take a while, and you are likely to have many showings …

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How to sell a house that needs renovations

Posted on July 1, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

If you’re planning on selling your house in South Florida, you may be concerned if your house needs tons of repairs and renovations that you won’t get the value of the property in the sale. Since completing those renovations can cost thousands of dollars, it’s not in everyone’s best interest, or even within their means, …

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Great Florida Homes: South Florida City Guide

Posted on April 17, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

South Florida spans the Florida Gold Coast. With sandy beaches, incomparable weather, and communities with a sunny disposition, South Florida has much to offer people in all stages of life. If you’ve decided to move to South Florida, one of your first big hurdles will be to pick a city to live in. In South …

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Tips for Hiring Licensed Contractors in South Florida

Posted on April 10, 2020 by Great Florida Homes

If you’re planning on renovating your south Florida home, flipping a house, or even performing maintenance on your deck, you’ll need to hire a licensed contractor. But there are plenty of horror stories about unfortunate folks who hired the wrong contractor and ended up wasting thousands of dollars and months of time. Let’s go over …

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