If you’ve been thinking of putting your Sacramento home up for sale, now may be the best time. According to a report published earlier this month in The Sacramento Bee, property values in the area have leveled out, and you are likely to find a buyer and get a good deal for your home if you keep within the specified bracket:

At Lyon Real Estate, president Pat Shea said the region’s median home price has been relatively steady for eight months now, fluctuating between $280,000 and $290,000.

“That would be one of the indicators to me that says we have stability,” Shea said. “We’re still wrestling with just a couple of months of inventory, but you’re seeing the median stabilize right where it was in 2004 before the burst of monopoly money and falsely inflated sales (created a bubble). We’re right where we were 10 years ago.”

If you want to make your home look extra attractive to potential buyers and make them feel that they’ve hit the jackpot as soon as they arrive to check it out, consider a few simple home improvements. Home remodeling contractors like Yancey Company can give you an unbiased assessment of your home and recommend solutions that will increase its value at minimum cost and hassle to you.

One easy way to give your home an instant makeover is to replace your entry door. Because it’s one of the first things people see when they drive up to your home, it creates a lasting impression. And you’d want that first impression to be good. Your best bet is to choose a front door that is both high-performance and complements your home’s overall design at the same time.

Yancey Company has had plenty of experience installing entry doors in Sacramento. As a contractor who has been serving homeowners in the area for more than seven decades, they are more than capable of providing topnotch workmanship when it comes to the installation of different types of doors.

If you’re in the market for new doors in Sacramento or are considering other home renovation projects, give Yancey Company a call today.

(Article from “Home values hit stable patch in capital region”; April 6, 2014)

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