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How to Show a Luxury Home to Impress BuyersShowing a luxury home may not seem very difficult, especially considering most of them are already designed to be impressive at first sight. But there are ways to better highlight its best features when showing in the hopes of better offers. The market may be a fickle friend to sellers depending on a number of unpredictable variables, but there are plenty of decisions you do have total control over. Use these tips before deciding on a strategy.

Consider Private Showings Only

Open houses for luxury homes tend to draw in people who are just looking for something to do on the weekend. This could be anyone from a couple just having a little fun to a thief who wants to check out the home's vulnerabilities. By making the home showings private,

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Luxurious Upgrades for Homes: 5 Ways to Improve the Way You LiveHomeowners looking to make luxury home improvements that offer a great return on investment and simply make their home a ‘cooler' and more modern hangout may seek out a few high-end luxury improvements to command opulence in their homes. Here are five innovative upgrades that can be incorporated into most home's decor to add flair, whether it's to enjoy or as part of staging to sell.

1. Enclosed Patio Rooms with Panoramic Views

Outdoor luxury kitchens are all the rage in backyard entertaining, and all those tasty treats can certain attract a number of pesky insects and critters during mealtime. Resolve outdoor pests concerns with a glass or screened in patio with 360-degree views of surrounding landscapes. Glass rooms on the patio are the

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5 Tips for Luxury Home Down PaymentsA down payment for a luxury home can be daunting, even to those who consider themselves to financially comfortable. However, planning ahead when it comes to the down payment is the best way for a buyer to save money on their investment, so keep these tips in mind before deciding on how much the down payment should be.

Aim High

The standard rule for down payments is 20 percent of the home's total value. Even though there are plenty of chances for buyers to pay as low as 3–5 percent, it's still not recommended if the goal is to pay as little as possible for the home. Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) is typically required by the lender should the buyer fail to produce 20 percent of the home's value, and the cost of the insurance can put a

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