If Painting Is In Your Future You Will Want To Get To Know THE HUBBCO.

Fall is fast approaching and if you're like me, you get the itch to brush the dust off and freshen up your home. I typically take on a project or two as the weather cools and the holidays are right around the corner. Painting has always felt therapeutic and I have typically been a DIY girl. I realized after my last paint job that loving to do a thing doesn't make you good at doing that thing. So I started my search for a great painting company that could paint my home and one my clients would … [Read more...]

Buying a new build home? Make sure you have a Realtor at your side.

Enter A New Build Home Sales Office Without A Realtor At Your Own Risk! It seems like you can’t go anywhere in the valley these days without running into construction - street widening, new commercial space and lots and lots of builders carving out parcels and putting beautiful new homes up where there once was dirt. With inventory shortages in the resale market, and prices going up, you may be tempted to stop by and browse some model homes. If you’re just wandering through for decorating … [Read more...]

The Sharyn Younger Real Estate Team Just Got Bigger & Better

The Sharyn Younger team is proud to announce the addition of Traci Tartaglio as a referring agent. Traci has been a licensed Realtor® for four years combining her love of real estate with her business acumen derived from decades as the owner of Ahwatukee Carpets. She has helped families all over the valley create homes they love with flooring and remodeling services.  She is great at helping people identify their needs and applying just the right solutions to get them the biggest bang for their … [Read more...]

LUXURY CONDOS IN CHANDLER: Simple yet tasteful living

The baby boomers....They've been credited or blamed for so much that has shaped our society over the past several decades. And now we're starting to see the housing market respond to a shift in their home buying behavior.  Have you noticed all of the luxury condos in Chandler and other parts of the valley? Those either retiring or planning to soon, whose birds have flown the nest, are ready not only to downsize, but to simplify as well. Yard work? Um, No! Outdoor maintenance? Who needs it? A … [Read more...]

Varner Sight & Sound: The Best In Home Entertainment Systems and Installation. 

I don't just sell real estate.  Once a client buys or sells a house with The Sharyn Younger Team, a lifetime relationship is often established. We are frequently asked for referrals to  home or community related services and pride ourselves on knowing the best business owners in a variety of industries. When we find a business that we've had a great experience with, we shout it from the rooftops. Varner Sight & Sound brings you the best in home entertainment systems and installation. The … [Read more...]

The Sellers Dilemma: Update Or Sell For Less?

The sellers dilemma: Sell an outdated home for a lower price, or invest in updating to get more money for your home. So you're thinking that in the next few years it will be time to trade in your current home for something bigger, smaller, located closer to family...or further away from family, depending upon your circumstances. You know that parts of your home are dated, and that getting top dollar for your home will require face lifts that range from minor tweaks to major reconstruction. … [Read more...]

What Buyers Want!

  Predictions are being floated from many, that the housing market will heat up over the 2015 - 2016 time period, and that makes me wonder what home features buyers will be looking for in the future. We know that for many current buyers granite counter tops, natural wood cabinetry, and minimal carpeting are highly desireable. There's a strong expectation from buyers that homes in the median price range will be move-in ready with these updates in place. What does the future hold for … [Read more...]

Incorporating Antiques Into Your Home

Until recently, I thought using the word "antique" as a verb foretold hours of boredom and aimless wandering through dark and dusty shops run by people who enjoyed managing permanent garage sales. My response to "Let's go antiquing" used to involve whining and eye rolling. A couple of years ago, as my husband and I were enjoying a weekend in Northeastern Arizona, we stumbled upon a couple of antique stores and wound up having a great afternoon rummaging through artifacts of generations past. We … [Read more...]

7 Smart Strategies for Kitchen Remodeling

By: John Riha Re-printed from house logic.com Follow these seven strategies to get the most financial gain on your kitchen remodel. A significant portion of kitchen remodeling costs may be recovered by the value the project brings to your home. Kitchen remodels in the $50,000 to $60,000 range recoup about 74% of the initial project cost at the home’s resale, according to recent data from Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report. A minor kitchen remodel of about $19,000 does even … [Read more...]

Tips on Getting Your Home Ready to Sell

When conversing with real estate agents, you will often find that when they talk to you about buying real estate, they will refer to your purchase as a “home.” Yet if you are selling property, they will often refer to it as a “house.” There is a reason for this. Buying real estate is often an emotional decision, but when selling real estate you need to remove emotion from the equation. You need to think of your house as a marketable commodity. Property. Real estate. Your goal is to get others … [Read more...]