HINTS FOR HOME BUYERS
High Tech Gives
(NAPSI)—There’s good news for anyone looking to renovate their
home—from millennial first-time homebuyers, to growing families looking
to enlarge and improve their space, to empty nesters interested in downsizing
or renovating before selling!
How It Works:
All listings on the Realtor’s website now have a custom hyperlocal Kukun widget that
features home renovation tools to address the needs of the
Once you select any home listing on the site, you can scroll down to view such details as price, square footage, specs and more. You can then select the “Calculate Cost” button to view what it would cost you to make renovation updates to the property and estimate your ROI.
That means homebuyers and renovators can envision and manage the entire process and have more control over the time and money involved in a renovation. The site lets you see exactly what renovation needs to be done to a property, how much it will cost, and what the property will be worth once complete. It also offers access to industries that provide services to homeowners, such as construction professionals, banks, retailers, interior designers and real estate agents. This can eliminate a lot of the anxieties renovation can cause as well as the fear associated with purchasing a home that needs a little TLC.
“As potential homebuyers visit our website they now have access to a resource to help them make a house their dream home, without dealing with the stress of guessing how much the renovations will cost or how much their home will be worth after the fact,” said Jenni Bonura, president and CEO of the real estate firm.
Raf Howery, CEO and
founder of Kukun, calls this “A great step to
bring to the residents of
To get all that information on your mobile device, so you can make quick decisions as you view a property, download the free app on iOS at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kukun-home-remodel-costs-roi/id1238871918?mt=8 and Android at https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Kukun,+INC.
To see top properties around
Knowing how much improving a home could cost before you buy it can help you make real-time real estate decisions.
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