Carleton, MI, April 04, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- An East Michigan landscape architectural firm announced a new program aimed at improving a property’s curb appeal to improve its salability in today’s tough real estate market. Sexton-Ennett Design LC, (SED), is offering free consultation to pre-qualified property owners wishing to improve their chances of selling their property.
Kimberley Ennett, MLA, ALSA, the senior managing principal of SED and a Michigan Registered Landscape Architect, announced the program yesterday at their office in Carleton, Michigan. Ms. Ennett stressed that, “A property’s curb appeal is the first thing that catches the eye of a perspective buyer. In the case of a residential property, the interior of the house may be wonderful, but if the exterior is not, the buyer could well pass up the property and a sales opportunity is lost.”
SED is prepared to work with real estate brokers as well as property owners. If pre-qualified, SED will visit the property and discuss what can be done to enhance not only the curb appeal but also the property’s value. A complementary cost estimate for the design & construction will be provided.
The firm can design a wide range of landscape architectural themes from traditional to formal to oriental to equestrian, to name a few. The firm can provide a turnkey solution by providing project management services for the complete landscape design and installation. This has been a welcome solution for developers, both residential and commercial, as well as homeowners.
Kimberley Ennett is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture and is a Michigan Registered Landscape Architect.
For more information see: http://www.sexton-ennett.com
Ms. Ennett is also a breeder of champion Oldenburg sport horses and is well qualified for landscaping equestrian residences and facilities.
For more information see: http://www.markimfarms.com
Member: ASLA, American Society of Landscape Architects and the MNLA, Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association.