Waterfront Properties Offers End-of-Summer Renovating Tips

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Sales agents at the Jupiter, Fla.-based real-estate firm know how to make a house sparkle -- and sell.

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Waterfront Properties’ team of Realtors is here to help homesellers prioritize their punch lists before the holidays and cold weather take hold.

As August ends and September begins, South Florida homesellers – and Waterfront Properties and Club Communities sales agents – realize the dog days of summer have passed, even though the sultry tropical weather probably will persist through most of October.

That official end-of-summer alarm signals an important turning point in home-improvement projects – projects that might have been put off because school was out, families were on vacation and those afternoon thundershowers, while cooling, are a little inconvenient during residential renovations.

Waterfront Properties’ team of Realtors is here to help homesellers prioritize their punch lists before the holidays and cold weather take hold. One of their effective methods is to encourage owners to conduct a perimeter walk of their homes and take note of any exterior problems, including landscaping fixes, driveway repairs, new paint, etc.

Landscaping fixes generally can be done by the homeowner; if not, a Waterfront Properties agent can recommend a reputable and responsible company that specializes in the field.

Agents also can suggest a certified contractor to make driveway repairs and a quality housepainter to freshen up home’s outdoor appearance.

Waterfront Properties agents also suggest checking and testing window seals, as the days of ceiling-fan and air-conditioning use eventually will lead to turning up the heat.

Out back, pool decks, boat docks and pathways should be inspected for damage, such as mildew, rotting wood and cracks. All are relatively easy to fix – Waterfront Properties has a list of service companies at its disposal – and will improve the look of the back-yard vista, making it more appealing for potential buyers.

A licensed brokerage in the northern Palm Beach County town of Jupiter, Waterfront Properties has been in business for more than 30 years and has dedicated itself to its clients. Whether it’s helping them find homes for sale on the Intracoastal Waterway and luxury real estate on Jupiter Island, or giving them a roofing referral or a lawn crews, the firm’s team of agents are in the business of developing lasting relationships and making customers happy.

For information, call Rob Thomson at 561-746-7272.

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