How to increase the value of your Prairie Village Home

April 13, 2011

One of the first things you notice when you are in Prairie Village Kansas, is the number of beautiful tree lined streets.  So many folks that I sell homes to in Prairie Village, bHouse with pine trees in the front yarduy largely due to their love of the mature trees.  I am a huge believer that one of the ways to add value to your Prairie Village Kansas City home is to plant trees on your property and to maintain the great trees you have. 

It is never too late to plan ahead for when you sell your Prairie Village home.  When it comes time to sell your Prairie Village KS home, you will definitely find that the majority of buyers are excited about the added value of your landscapping and trees.  Below is an article that I came across that helps inform you about the positive impact that planting trees has. 

Plant Trees To Save Energy and Grow Value
Plant a tree to add value to your home and have a positive impact on the local environment. Read more
(Image and article courtesy National Association of Realtors)

How much do you think a tree adds to the value of your Prairie Village home?  What a great way to add value while enjoying the beauty of your investment.


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  About the Author:
“Prairie Village Homes Specialist”
Having assisted 100′s of Prairie Village home buyers and sellers
Suzanne Hinton
Hinton Homes-Affiliated with ReMax Premier Realty
Broker Associate
Voted 5 Star Best in Customer Satisfaction Real Estate Agent
Licensed in Kansas and Missouri
Phone: 816-520-0917




© 2011 Suzanne Hinton-Hinton Homes–Prairie Village Realtor
Prairie Village Kansas


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