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Could We See Another Housing Crunch?

from our Home Buying/Selling BLOG

home selling article

If you’re asking, “Could we see another housing crunch?” you aren’t alone. Buyers want to take advantage of low mortgage rates today. Home prices rise as housing supplies in some parts of the country decrease. 

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Home Selling Tip

for the week of: May 21

HOW SHOULD YOU SELL YOUR HOME

One of your first steps when selling your home is to get your home listed on major real estate networks.

If you are working with an agent, the agent will list your home for you.

If you are working FSBO, you will need to make the listing.

Either way, most home sales begin with an internet search using this popular home listing services.

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Online Real Estate: 3 Ways To Sell Your Home Faster

from our Home Buying/Selling BLOG

home selling article

Even in a great real estate market, selling a home can be a very time-consuming process. Many families find themselves struggling with months of renovations, paperwork, and haggling. If you would like to sell your home as quickly as possible without sacrificing your profits, then take a look at these three tips that will help you find the right buyer.

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How to Make Your Home a Better Place for Kids

from our Home Buying/Selling BLOG

home selling article

Child-proofing is a must when you’re inviting young children into your home for the first time and it can be surprising how many safety hazards can be found in one ordinary home. Not only will child-proofing keep children safe, it will also protect your personal belongings from becoming accidentally damaged or broken. If you aren’t sure where to start here are some options for better child-proofing techniques.

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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

you can get more information
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.

For Your Rolodex

quick access to five key areas for buying your next home (after you sell your existing home):


  1. step-by-step guide
  2. home search
  3. tools
  4. financing
  5. shopping
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Home Selling Guide and Home Listing Services

Selling your home? You have landed at the right place. Our goal is to keep your home selling experience simple and straight to the point. Everything you need to sell a home is within 1-2 clicks away without advertising clutter and registration.

Simply start with our quick home selling checklist that summarizes the home selling process. It references our free 7-step guide on home selling plans and home selling tips. Review suggestions on listing your home, getting your home ready for the sell, making the best first impressions, showing your home, negotiating the contract, closing on your home sale and more. Use this guide and checklist to decide your home selling method.

Here is a sample of what you can find when navigating our center:

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