August is a traditionally slower month in the resale market due to summer vacations. Compounding the slowdown in market activity, Buyers are uncertain about their purchasing power given the additional interest rate hikes.
Buying a property requires good knowledge of market conditions, personal finances as well as the ability to judge what a good investment is. It is important to be in a position to negotiate realistically when you decide to make an offer. This comes as a result of good preparation before submitting a formal offer to purchase.
Planting isn't just a spring activity; fall is also a great time for planting. Turfgrass, spring-blooming bulbs, cool-season vegetables, perennials, trees, and shrubs can all be effectively planted in the fall. Autumn's cooler air temperatures are easier on both plants and gardeners. The soil is still warm, allowing roots to grow until the ground freezes.
Seeding a new lawn or overseeding an existing lawn should result in lush green grass. The type of seed used, the season of planting, and soil preparation all play an important role in determining the growth rate of new grass seed. Getting your seeds off to the best start will ensure a healthy lawn.
Curb appeal is a term used to describe how your home looks from the exterior and how appealing it looks when viewed from the curb. This includes areas such as the lawn, patio, front door, exterior paint, trees, shrubs, and more. In a simpler sense, curb appeal is what the buyers initially see the moment they step out of their car.
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