Love Where You Live

March 6, 2022
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I think we can all agree, the current state of the real estate market is mind-boggling. In my 25 years of marketing and selling homes, I have never (not even in 2007) witnessed such incredibly high demand and low available inventory.  Is this an exceptional time to sell? Absolutely! Fairfield is a HOT commodity. The question we hear most often is “But where will we go?” So often, in fact, that The Vanderblue Team has created a matchmaking strategy…just give us a call and we are happy to share!
 
Meanwhile, whether you plan to stay where you are or take advantage of the current market conditions (perhaps move to a warmer climate, downsize or even rent), investing in your home to improve your lifestyle while simultaneously building equity in your property is great idea. For one, you could be presented with a “make me move” offer well beyond your expectations without even marketing your home. But even more important, is YOU. Your Happiness. Your Joy. Your Life. You deserve to absolutely LOVE where you live. We have helped countless clients prepare their homes to maximize profits and many regret not doing it sooner.  We often hear client say “I just wish we did this years ago so we could have actually enjoyed it!”. We want to proactively help others avoid making that same mistake.
 
Getting starting and deciding how to prioritize can be daunting. We can help. One of the values of The Vanderblue Team is our carefully selected and vetted network. Over the years we have created and nurtured long-term relationships with partners dedicated to excellence, in every industry, who bring value before, during and long after the sale or purchase of a home.  Whether your intention is to upgrade your lifestyle or build equity and increase your future profit margin, here are 5 ways to improve your home while creating long term personal and financial benefits.
 
1. Curb appeal & Grounds. Whether to enhance first impression or create amazing open-air spaces Outdoor Design & Living is our number 1 go-to landscape design-and-build company. Originated in Fairfield over 25 years ago, you will absolutely love their garden center, home decor shop, and outdoor design and furniture showroom located in Greenfield Hill.
 
2. Organize & Declutter. Your space and your possessions are a simple puzzle. Thoughtful Spaces was created to help people solve their puzzles. They guide and support individuals and families to maximize their spaces in a thoughtful manner, setting success and efficiency in all aspects of their lives. This is an affordable investment with amazing returns.
 
3. Sell & Donate. TOMMY COUPONS  is a service that offers item-by-item consignment, estate sales, and full home cleanouts throughout Fairfield County. When relocating or de-cluttering your home, it is imperative to have a professional on your side to help value and sell your items. You will wish you did this years ago!
 
4. Paint & Fix.  A&A Painting & Carpentry  has provided friendly reliable & high quality work for over 35 years. Rated A+  by BBB. Finding reliable & responsive painters and contractors for both small and large jobs is difficult…we have finally found it with A &A! A fresh coat of paint or a power wash makes a world of difference!
 
5. Clean. Gold Coast Window. Deep cleaning can make all the difference. One thing that is often overlooked is the value of sparkling clean windows. Gold Coast provides the highest quality at the best possible price! Let the sun stream in!
 
This does not have to be overwhelming. In fact, it can be enjoyable…we know the results will be! Reach our today for a free consultation on how to get started and let us personally introduce to our prized partners. Don’t forget to ask about our Blue Rewards.
 
With warmest wishes, 
Julie Vanderblue 
Owner, The  Vanderblue Team at Higgins Group
 
 
 

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