Property of the Week Uses Househappy Features to Highlight Luxury Amenities

Househappy —  November 8, 2013 — Leave a comment

Yesterday we posted about how, now that the housing market is recovering, luxury homes are selling at a faster rate. Brokers and sellers are once again highlighting key features to help sell their million-dollar homes, and Househappy makes it easier than ever to call attention to the qualities that make a property unique.

This 4 bedroom, 3.1 bathroom Portland home is the perfect example. By simply selecting the appropriate boxes on the list of Property Features, a broker can list everything from the elevator and basketball court to the wine cellar and sauna. This tool is also useful for buyers searching for homes with specific features by allowing them to filter homes that may not fit their particular needs.

For example, if a buyer is looking for a home with a city view or places a high value on a gourmet kitchen with a chef range and double ovens, using the Househappy search filters will bring them to this property faster than if they were to view each listing one by one.

2817 NW Fairfax Terrace is listed with Sandy Moore of Bellmoore Realty and is on the market for $1,199,626.

This property post can be found in its original form by clicking here, or view complete gallery below. 

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From start to finish, Househappy redefines the modern homeownership experience by providing solutions for home search and maintenance. Sometimes life can distract us from proper home upkeep. That’s why we created Househappytrax, a technology tool designed to simplify home management by storing your home’s DNA. We send a trained professional to gather 250+ points of data specific to your house. The app features document storage, seasonal to-do lists and reminders, a maintenance and improvements calendar, discounts on home products and services, and you can even find trusted home services providers in your area -- all in one convenient location, accessible on any device.

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