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Keep Or Chuck Your Stuff? 4 Tips For Preparing To Move

from our Home Buying/Selling BLOG

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The fewer things that you have to move, the less time it takes to complete your transition from your current place to your new one. However, it isn't realistic to simply throw all of your stuff out prior to a move. How do you know what you should keep and what may be alright to get rid of?

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Home Selling Tip

for the week of:January 15

GETTING READY FOR SPRING

Making Home Improvements Before the Busy Home Selling Season

Check you walls and ceilings to patch up any cracks or dents.

If time permits, it would be a good idea to have all your rooms painted in neutral colors.

Inspect your windows and doors. Make sure they are clean and functioning.

And change out or fix any lighting.

Buyers will flick on a light to get a better view. So make sure all light is clean and sparkling.

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Maximum Sale Price: 4 Techniques to Increase Your Home's Resale Value

from our Home Buying/Selling BLOG

home selling article

If you had the choice to sell your home for $100,000 or $200,000, you would probably choose to sell for the higher price. While market forces may dictate how much you can sell your property for, there are steps that you can take to increase its sale price. What specific techniques can you use to convince a buyer to pay more for your home?

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Villa of Value: 5 Fun Ways to Raise Curb Appeal This Year

from our Home Buying/Selling BLOG

home selling article

Homeowners are constantly aware that they must keep up the appearance of their homes, not only to keep up with the neighbors, but also to improve their home’s value when they decide to sell it in the future. A number of amenities are known to have curb appeal that will attract potential buyers of the property. Here are a few of the most well-known improvements that can help you to sell your home.

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get a home inspection

You might consider having your home inspected prior to placing it on the market.

  • avoid surprises:
    know what needs to be fixed before the buyer discovers the problem

  • maintain selling price:
    fewer problems detected by the buyer strengthens your asking price

  • negotiate changes:
    any structural changes; i.e., new roof, can be part of your negotiation price prior to the buyer's offer

  • warranty provision:
    adding a warranty provision to the sale of the home makes your home even more attractive

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about the home inspection

what is the home value

Check the market value of your home and neighborhood.

It is a report you can use to determine the selling price of your home.

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