Trimming the Home: How Selecting the Right Trim Package for Your Home Enhances Value

My cousin just bought a new home last week.  It’s a typical 1980’s construction with dry wall and clamshell moulding on the windows, doors, and base.  It has flat non-descript ceilings, a dated chair rail, and a tiny crown detail in the “formal” dining room.  The house is wonderful- the rooms are spacious and the layout in conducive for a wonderful renovation when the time is right.  But the overall home is so vanilla that you wonder why the former home owner never bothered to update these small details before selling the home.  By my real estate estimate, the home could have… Read More