By Nick Caruso
For sellers with homes on the market or for newly moved-in buyers, fixing up your home can be a worthwhile and satisfying process. Needless to say, the home improvement process can potentially be daunting when trying to keep track of room sizes, paint swatches, project information and more. With Lowe’s new MyLowe’s initiative, consumers have a revolutionary new way to maintain, manage and track all things relating to the home, making home improvement that much more simple.
By registering for a MyLowe’s card, consumers can keep track of all purchases made online and in Lowe’s stores. From the shade of deck stain used on the garage last spring to the paint color used in a particular room, logging in to a MyLowe’s account will display a customer’s entire purchase history.
For future projects, homeowners can create folders and lists right from their MyLowe’s account to help keep ideas organized and handy. Wish lists, to-do lists or any other list can be created, saving links, products and ideas for later implementation. With this added organization, homeowners can be sure to tackle their well thought-out plans when the time is right.
By creating and managing a home profile with MyLowe’s, homeowners can create a virtual version of their home, adding and collecting important info, such as home specs, room dimensions or project information, all organized by room or broken down by project. Not only can the account serve as a quick reference for specs and sizes, but it can also be a go-to source for manuals and warranty information for all of your products and appliances.
For sellers currently on the market, this one-stop-shop of information can be vital to the sale of the home. When working in conjunction with a real estate professional, sellers have easy access to all of the pertinent information they need to provide to their agent in order to successfully pitch the home to prospective buyers.
In addition, agents who are members of the National Association of REALTORS®, can help both buyers and sellers prep their home by taking advantage of the free Lowe’s Program for REALTORS®. REALTORS® can sign up to send direct mail or email to their clients that includes a special savings in the form of a 10%-off coupon for use in Lowe’s stores. By joining forces with a REALTOR® taking advantage of Lowe’s partnership in NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program, consumers have even more assistance completing projects and renovations that will either help their home sell or aid them in completing their dream home.
With these resources, consumers and their agents have a mutually beneficial set-up that will help them continue to drive toward success. Whether renovating to sell or improving the home to satisfy personal taste, Lowe’s has the solutions to satisfy home selling and home improvement needs.
The Lowe’s Program for REALTORS® is free for NAR members and offers personal marketing tools from Lowe’s through its partnership in NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program.
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