Selling Highlands NC Real Estate, Attention to Landscaping

Selling Highlands NC Real Estate, Attention to Landscaping


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Lynn Kimball, Highlands NC real estate

Pay attention to landscaping when selling Highlands NC real estate. This doesn’t mean you have to make extravagant installations. However, this does mean the yard surrounding your home needs to look cared for. When preparing a Highlands home for sale make sure you attend to the outside of your home in addition to the inside.

What can you do to improve your landscaping?

Keep your lawn mowed. Furthermore, make sure your lawn is irrigated and free of weeds. A healthy lawn makes an impression. If you have shrubs, bushes, and trees make sure they also look healthy. Pruning is essential. Fertilizing may also be necessary. Another wise step is to make sure pathways and garden beds are well edged.

Don’t forget about flowers. You do not have to have flower beds but if you do make sure they look appealing. Weed flower beds and dead head flowers that are past their prime. If you do not have flower beds perhaps you want to add a few planters. Highlands NC homes are known for having attractive landscaping, make sure your home is no exception!

Learn more about selling Highlands NC real estate

Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today to learn about selling Highlands NC homes. I welcome the opportunity to update you on market conditions while sharing a complimentary listing presentation. Let my knowledge and experience serve as your guide to selling Highlands NC real estate.

Click here to read “Great Exterior Tips for Selling Properties” from Realty Times.

Groovin’ on the Green in Cashiers NC Friday

Groovin’ on the Green in Cashiers NC Friday


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Lynn Kimball, Cashiers NC real estate

Groovin’ on the Green in Cashiers NC Friday. This weekly outdoor music series is a favorite summer event for many. What a great way to end the week, joining the Cashiers community to hear fantastic music in the fresh mountain air. Groovin’ on the Green takes place each Friday all summer long.

What can you expect from Groovin’ on the Green?

Groovin’ on the Green starts at 6:30 pm each Friday. The seating is on the lawn, so bring a blanket or a chair. You can also pack a picnic! The Village Green Commons is a favorite spot in the Cashiers NC community, hosting a number of events throughout the summer season. Tomorrow, Friday, June 21, the band featured is Porch 40, a local favorite band that plays great rock music.

Summer in Cashiers NC

Summer in Cashiers NC means a lot of time outside. Summer activities include biking, hiking, fishing, golf, tennis, and so much more. Likewise there are many events that get residents and visitors alike out shopping, enjoying music, dining, and so much more.

Learn about Cashiers NC real estate

Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today to learn about Cashiers NC real estate. I welcome the opportunity to update you on market conditions while helping you get to know the area like a local. Let my knowledge and experience serve as your guide to Cashiers NC.

Highlands NC Shrimp Boil Saturday

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Highlands NC Shrimp Boil Saturday   Don’t miss the Highlands NC shrimp boil Saturday at Kelsey-Hutchinson Park. The Low Country Shrimp Boil is an annual fundraiser for the park. Enjoyed by the entire Highlands NC community the shrimp boil is a fun event that gets everyone out. There will a […] Read more »

Highlands NC Real Estate, Buyers Looking at Details at Open Houses

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Highlands NC Real Estate, Buyers Looking at Details at Open Houses Sellers of Highlands NC real estate be aware, buyers are looking at details at open houses. Sure, your house might look clean to you but are you aware of all of what people are looking for? Your Highlands NC […] Read more »

Selling Highlands NC Real Estate? Make Needed Repairs

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Selling Highlands NC Real Estate? Make Needed Repairs Make needed repairs when selling Highlands NC real estate. When would-be buyers see lots of repairs they think two things: they think a home has not been cared for; and they think there will be a lot of work ahead. Either way […] Read more »