Cody Area Cody, Wyoming, the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is a small western town with a friendly attitude.
As buyers approach your property the first time, impressions are formed
Paint house - this can do more for sales appeal than any other factor.
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Ann M Flack, Associate Broker
Peaks to Prairie Realty
I am often asked why I decided to go into real estate. I moved to the Park County area in May of 2007 from Northern Calfornia where I worked as a business manager. I had spent my entire career working with designers in Landscape Architecture and Architecture. I loved that they were able to design space that made folks happy once completed. In May 2008 I became a Wyoming realtor. I love working with people helping them find a place to call home. My favorite part of being a REALTOR is helping others. Being part of one of the biggest decisions a person can make with purchasing a home. I do have a passion and energy to partner with my clients to help them not just imagine but realize their dream, find a home to create a space for communing with family and friends. Having great relationships with local lenders, banks and title companies has allowed me to ensure that my clients have a great real estate experience and the peace of mind that they have a team of professionals working hard on their behalf.
I look forward to helping you achieve your goals whether it is buying your next property or selling your current one.
Since we spend about a third of our lives sleeping, we should place high importance on the look and feel of the master bedroom. Follow these tips to transform one of the most important rooms of your home into a relaxing sanctuary.
What to Bring In
Neutral Colors -- Light, neutral hues like creams, taupes, grays and blues provide a tranquil atmosphere. Use soft, coordinating colors for your bedding and walls.
Soft Lighting -- Overhead lighting can sometimes be harsh or too concentrated. Create a soothing mood with soft, balanced lighting throughout the room. Add lamps to brighten dark corners and illuminate each side of the bed.
Window Treatments -- A sense of privacy is essential to any sanctuary. Window treatments offer coverage from the outside world and can be a beautiful design element. If outside lighting disrupts your sleep, consider blackout curtains.
What to Take Out
Outdated Bedding -- A relaxing bedroom begins with a comfortable bed. Most experts recommend replacing your mattress every eight years. Pillows should be replaced every two to three years or every six months if you have asthma or allergies.
Excess Furniture -- Get back to basics by paring down your bedroom to just the essentials. Most people require little more than a bed frame, a couple of matching nightstands and a dresser or chest of drawers. Anything more can quickly become clutter.
Unnecessary Electronics -- From more sleep to better family relationships, there are numerous benefits of having a technology-free bedroom. Reserve your master bedroom for rest and relaxation, and keep electronics out.
Make over your master bedroom into a serene space you look forward to at the end of a long day. These tips can help you get started.