This interesting blog post draws attention to the value old growth trees can bring to a property. Based on a recent Wall Street Journal article about trees and luxury homes, this blog post contains many interesting bits of information about a property’s “tree equity.”
- How old growth trees improve home value
- Preserving old trees means preserving home value
- Do you have “tree equity” in your home
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Do you have an old tree on your property that you love? You might want to make sure you do everything possible to preserve that tree… for the right buyer, old growth trees can add tremendous value to your property.
From the post:
“Landscaping plays a major part in your home’s curb appeal. When preparing a home for sale, it’s common practice to spruce up lawns by planting fresh flowers a bushes, weeding, trimming back trees, and staying on top of the overall condition of the lawn.
But there is one major contributor to your property’s value which you can’t just drop in when you’re getting ready to sell: old growth trees. It turns out that the number and quality of established, mature trees on your property can have a direct impact on the value of your home.”
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