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Company Spotlight: In Need of a Little TLC

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By Stephanie Andre

RISMEDIA, August 25, 2010—Despite the fact that many believe the real estate market’s already hit rock bottom, the number of foreclosures in the U.S. is still high. While the situation is tough for some, foreclosure properties still represent a unique opportunity for many first-time home buyers, move-up buyers looking for a larger home or those looking to dip their toe into the investment property arena.

A foreclosure could be a great bargain, too…especially if your buyer’s willing to put in a little bit of time and work.

If the foreclosure property has been abandoned or vacated for some time, it will most likely need some TLC before becoming ready for move-in. That’s where Lowe’s and its installation team comes in.

From fencing to flooring to fans—and everything in between—Lowe’s has many different options to help your buyers make the transition to a new home simpler. For projects large and small, Lowe’s offers more than 40 types of installation services, including appliances, kitchen, bath and plumbing, flooring, doors and windows, window treatments, lighting, home enhancements (such as air conditioners and water softeners) and outdoor improvements (such as decking, fencing and playsets).

Making it even simpler, your buyers won’t even need to take any extra steps to schedule an installer. Installation appointments can be made right in the store when your buyer is making a purchase.

What’s more, if desired, the home improvement retailer’s installation team will even come out to the property to do an in-home measurement to ensure that your buyer orders the correct products and/or materials the first time around.

Another reason to consider the Lowe’s installation team: buyers won’t need to worry about finding a credible installer; the home improvement retailer carefully screens its licensed, independent installers to ensure they exceed the highest standards in the industry. Buyers will be in the hands of trusted professionals, from the beginning of the project to the time your client signs off on it.

Lowe’s network of manufacturer partners provides hundreds of training opportunities for Lowe’s installers and offers guidance on service points like promptness, cleanliness and professionalism.

All installation services are guaranteed by Lowe’s warranty. Professional installation available through independent contractors, licensed and registered where applicable.

For more information about Lowe’s Installation Services, visit www.lowes.com/installation.

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