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Are they tile floors or are they...Memorex (just kidding, it's an age test).[/caption]
Well, they're not *really* ceramic tile. But you probably would get down on your hands and knees to touch them before you decided!
If you are on a budget but trying to get your house updated from the avocado green sheet linoleum or the Wedgwood blue/rose combination pattern, you'll see the peel-n-stick vinyl flooring at most home improvement places. However, if you just go with peelin' and stickin', they look as cheap as you think.
Take a look at what happens when you actually take the time to grout those sticky vinyl squares. BOOM! It looks and feels like actual tile. Bonus, it lasts a heck of a lot longer. Consider this if you're on a budget in need of an update!
*This is in a property soon to hit the market in Cabarrus County (Kannapolis) NC. You'll be amazed at what a tight budget can purchase for you!*
Professionalism in real estate is something I'm very passionate about. As an industry leader, I've seen firsthand how appearances and behaviors impact both clients and an agent's career.
Reflecting on Senator Lauch Faircloth's wisdom, I INVITE you to embrace his guiding principles in your everyday life. You'll be amazed at the positive impact they can have!
While the NAR lawsuit judgment has stirred the real estate world, the industry is far from grinding to a halt. Real estate transactions will continue, and the role of REALTORS® in providing valuable guidance remains unchanged. Consumers should actively engage with their agents, and real estate professionals should focus on the value they bring to the table. The lawsuit is just one chapter in a continuously evolving industry, and both consumers and professionals need to stay engaged and informed.