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“Stacey Hughes Anderson far exceeded our expectations as a realtor. She was first empathetic, knowing that selling our lake cabin was a decision that did not come easy. More than that though, she did her job with excellence. She took care of every detail, starting with staging and listing preparation, but also arranging for several repairs and improvements that we needed to make prior to closing. Throughout the process, she communicated very effectively with us, and represented our interests well. She went above and beyond the duties of a realtor. Selling our cabin was not without its challenges, and Stacey shined throughout the entire process, making the experience as easy as possible on us. She knows the market very well, but differentiated herself through service. We give her our highest recommendation”
Micah Melander, August 2019


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The Most Likely New Home Features Of 2020

Posted: June 17, 2020

Home builders have to be tuned in to what potential buyers want. After all, if they're building homes that don't have the features and amenities that buyers desire, they're going to have a hard time selling houses. That much is obvious. The harder part is determining what will be the most sought after features from year to year. Fortunately, the National Association of Home Builders conducts a nationwide survey each year to drill down on what builders say are the most popular home features. For example, according to the most recent results, the number one feature most likely to be included in newly built single-family homes this year is a walk-in closet for the master bedroom. That shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, though. Storage areas are always big with buyers. Other features that made it near the top of the list include low-energy windows, laundry rooms, energy-efficient lighting, a central kitchen island, energy star appliances, and great rooms. At the bottom of the list, cork flooring, geothermal heat pumps, solar water heating systems, dual master-bath toilets, and laminate countertops were picked as the features least likely to be included in new homes this year. (source)