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So, what’s the deal? Landscaping Increase Your Property Value? 

Landscaping can add tens of thousands of dollars to the value of your property. In fact, it is one of the few home improvements you can make that not only adds value immediately, but also increases in value as the years go by. These improvements can be done, just see their website here to get your HVAC professionally repaired. While interior decor and design concepts regularly go out of style and mechanical systems wear down, plants grow fuller and more robust as the years go by. First impressions count, and when a buyer sees your home for the first time, curb appeal and the care of the landscaping are the first indicators of how well the home has been cared for.

Landscaping Improves a Home’s Value

A well-landscaped home has a significant price advantage over a home with no landscaping. This advantage ranges from 5.5 percent to 12.7 percent depending on the type of landscaping and the home’s original value. That translates into an extra $16,500 to $38,100 in value on a $300,000 home. There’s more to landscaping than sticking some flowers and a couple shrubs in the ground, however. The number-one thing that buyers are looking for in landscaping is a manicured design. Close behind is plant size and maturity. A lesser factor, but one still worth considering, is the diversity of plant life within the landscaping design. Visit New England Turf Store if you are looking for the best tools.

Planning the Landscaping

The biggest landscaping mistake that homeowners make is not having a coherent plan. They decide to put a tree in, and then a few years later add some flower beds, then maybe put in some shrubs and another tree. A landscape that’s assembled piecemeal looks disorganized, and that turns buyers off. Come up with a plan before you do any landscaping. Even if you don’t have – or won’t spend – the money to hire a landscape designer, at least draw up a master plan for your yard and stick to it. Even an amateur can get a professional-looking landscape for $500 to $3,000 worth of plants and materials if she’s willing to do the work.

Mature Gardens Add Value

A landscape full of large, mature plants is obviously one that has been carefully tended to over the years, and that sends a signal to buyers. That’s a good indication that they’ve taken care of the inside of the house as well, which is appealing to home buyers.

Landscaping Tips For All Budgets

Having a long-term landscaping plan is great if you’re in the house for the long term. If you plan to sell within a year, you can take several immediate steps to dress up your landscape and boost your selling price. For example, cutting fresh edges around your planting beds; having a sharp, well-defined edge between grass and mulch or dirt gives the landscape a professional look. Also begin regular fertilizer treatments on your lawn; you want potential buyers to see a lush carpet, not a patchwork quilt. And add splashes of color with flowers; pick up some colorful annuals for a few dollars apiece, and be willing to invest a few hundred dollars in larger perennials and shrubs, so that your yard doesn’t look as if you just started working on it – even if you did.


  • Michael Kim

    Sigh, we have been waiting for over a year and still not here. Better be worth the wait

  • Thanks for sharing you feedback. It’s true that PG: JtU hasn’t received as many updates as we would have liked, but it still received more and bigger updates than 90% of games out there; updates like Decapithon are usually sold as an individual premium app.

    As we’ve stated in another thread, work on the Runs has never stopped, we’ve just decided to make it bigger and better than we originally thought. We know how frustrating game delays can be and we learned from this mistake. Development of Ooga Jump is nearly done and we already know when we can launch. (And we’ll let you all know the date soon).

    Note: for the deleted comment above, we welcome any and all feedback from our fans, but we don’t allow profanity (even abbreviated) on our site.

  • ThatOneGuy

    I agree. Bolt creative screwed us with promises of the runs and jtu and instead deliver a app store cliche.

  • OogaHooga

    Wheres the originality you guys used to have. Theres enough jumpers out there, you would have been better off making a temple run type of runner, but no you had to go with flipping Ooga Jump, see ya Bolt it was fun while it lasted…

  • Drek95

    Game announced! It is called Pocket God Ooga Jump!

  • jared9876

    Where is it?!?!?!?!?!? This is just dumb………….

  • Oh Jeez

    Claiming that there was an announcment coming “maybe today”, and then still having said nothing a week later is totally lame. This company’s attitude has really gone downhill compared to the early days of Pocket God. Well we dont care about you either anymore. See ya.

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  • Jacob robotics lj

    What about a new episode where there r 2 new pygmies that come when u go into the sky

  • Neo

    He is my favorite pygmy, he is NAKED!!! NEO

  • jared9876

    They still don’t have it on Touch Arcade!!! HURRY!!!

  • Drek95

    A new game?! And it is NOT The Runs?! Oh my God! You are GREAT! I knew you were working on something else! Also glad to hear that The Runs is becoming epic.

  • OogaHooga

    This is the kind of news we’ve been waiting for!!!

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