Tuesday, April 17, 2018
For more than 13 years, Corey Nelson has served as a Realtor with Sotheby's International Realty in Los Angeles, California. Known for his hands-on service as a Realtor, Corey Nelson often pulls weeds, helps with cleaning, and otherwise supports his clients in improving the curb appeal of their homes as they are put up for sale.
First impressions play a key role in generating buyer interest in a property. Homes that look well-kept on the outside are more likely to make a buyer want to look at them more closely.
For the seller, this means that it is worth taking the time to clean the front entry way and, if necessary, ensure that the front door has a fresh coat of paint. Entryway light fixtures should be functioning, and the door mat area should be free of dust and dirt.
If parts of the exterior are dirty, pressure washing will likely be worth the time and investment. Homes with painted siding may need a fresh coat, particularly if there is any chipping or fading.
The landscaping should be free of weeds, and grass should be full and healthy. Removing any dead plants can instantly brighten an area, as can the pruning of overgrown tree branches and bushes. Mulched areas may need some fresh mulch to be added, and planting a few flowers can provide a further burst of color.
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Corey Nelson is a realtor of over 13 years, working specifically within residential real estate sales and leasing. Based in Los Angeles, Corey Nelson works at Sotheby’s International Realty, and routinely spends time furthering his professional ambitions through his membership in the National Association of Realtors.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) is a professional organization dedicated to providing resources for those working in the real estate industry. The association was originally founded under a different name, the National Association of Real Estate Exchanges, in 1908. Steadily growing ever since, NAR has become the largest trade association in the United States, with over a million members.
Member resources include a multitude of events offered throughout the year. These events, such as the annual Leadership Summit, seek to enhance members’ skills and introduce them to new trends in the industry. The Leadership Summit is both a networking opportunity and a venue to learn leadership qualities and best practices. The Summit is packed with numerous presentations and panels for members to choose from, and to return home motivated in their profession.