August 2014

Found 3 blog entries for August 2014.

 Sales of luxury homes are booming throughout the United States as the upper-end homes were often the first to partake in the housing market recovery. In Anchorage, Alaska, luxury homebuyers can find amazing homes for about $1 million. For $2 million or more, the luxury homes for sale in Anchorage Alaska are beyond stunning. According to a recent real estate article by Zillow, luxury homes today are works of art. What defines a luxury home isn’t just the price tag, but the attention to details.

•    Telling a story

According to real estate experts, luxury homes for sale in Anchorage Alaska tell a story. Whether it’s imported construction material, a stainless steel staircase featured in a magazine or a home designed by a famous architect, luxury

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After finding a property on different Anchorage home search sites, a lot of prospective buyers do a "drive by." If they don't like what they see, they may not call a Realtor to set up an appointment to walk through your home. Curb Appeal can improve the odds of attracting house hunters so they don't just drive off.

•    Straighten and Clean the mailbox

A lot of people neglect their mailboxes even though it's a part of the Curb Appeal. If your mailbox is broken or damaged, it should be replaced. Otherwise, a quick spray of cleaning detergent can often remove mildew stains. Most mail carriers do not appreciate plants that attract bees near the mailbox so it's better to plant along the sidewalk. During the holidays, tie a red ribbon around the mailbox

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Anchorage Economic Developement Corporation released their mid-year economic forcast last week, and it's positive news for the most part.

Anchorage’s economy continues on a trajectory of slow to moderate economic growth.  Mid-year indicators for 2014 point toward an additional 1,100 new private sector jobs by the end of the year.

 Anchorage's population is estimated at 301,000 residents in 2013, 0.9 pecent increase over the previous year.  It is projected that Anchorage’s population will continue to grow at a slow but steady pace of about 1 percent a year (roughly 3,000 new residents annually), again driven mainly by natural increase rather than in-migration, but also supported by growth in the job base.

Read the report by clicking here

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