This is a list of some of the best resources for real estate sellers. Whether you are thinking of putting your home on the market or already have a sign in the yard, these tips will help guide your way to the closing table.
While not all inclusive, this list identifies MANY of the things your Realtor ®, will do for you or on your behalf. If your real estate agent is not doing many of these things on your behalf, it may be time to discuss why he/she is not providing these services.
Wanting to sell your home for a decent price and in a reasonable time frame are standard goals for the majority of sellers. By following smart advice you will dramatically increase not only your odds of success but the stress level of having your home on the market for an extended period of time. These tips on how to make your property more appealing will get you on your way to the closing table!
When selling your home, choosing the Realtor who will represent your best interests is one of the most important and one of the first steps in the process. Unfortunately, many sellers do not understand how important this is or believe that to be the case.
You have come to that time in your life when you will be packing your bags and looking for your next housing gig. Part of this process will be picking a great Real Estate agent to work with. Unfortunately choosing the right Realtor is an area where many home sellers make a big mistake that leads to disappointment.
Putting your home on the market can be a stressful time as a homeowner. No doubt, you probably have a lot of questions about the process, what are the steps you should follow, what will your agent do for you, and of course the secret to selling your home for top dollar.
Can You Trust Your Realtor? Here are some ways to determine if your Realtor is really working for you, or for their own pocketbook.
Getting a low ball offer on your home can be pretty frustrating but a skilled real estate agent should never overreact to a low ball real estate offer. It should be business as usual. The agents job is to get you the most money with the least amount of hassle so you end up at a closing table!
Selling a home can be a very stressful experience. Tasks such as consistently getting and keeping a home ready for showings and having to wonder when and if a home is going to sell are just a couple examples of the stressful things that a seller experiences when selling their home.
These mold tips will assist if you are selling your home and this fungi is present. Mold may cause allergies and in more severe cases asthma and infections. It can damage your living space as well. Mold can destroy the walls of your home, harm your favorite books or wooden items, and it can spoil your food and clothes. If not treated, both your home and health can be significantly affected!
Posted by Andrew Fortune on Monday, October 27th, 2014 at 7:52am. One of the most common questions that I hear when I am working with first-time home buyers is, "How do you get paid as a Realtor?"
For most people a home is their most prized possession. Homes cost a great deal of money and they are often the place where lifetime memories are made. These realities are undeniable - but they can negatively impact your ability to sell your house if you let emotion take over your logical side.
A good real estate agent can do a lot to help you sell your home. However, it is important to understand that not every Realtor does the same things to move a house. Like any job, some are better at selling houses than others and some prefer to do the bare minimum as long as they can get away with it.
This guide to Home Equity Loans should be helpful to homeowners who might be temporarily strapped for cash, perhaps in need of money to finance a child's expensive college tuition, make unexpected home repairs or renovations, or take advantage of a new investment opportunities.
Here are seven suggestions of what What NOT to Do when Selling your home.
When you are considering the sale of your home, it's never too early to start planning what you need to do to get your home into the best condition for the market.
Every day I look at the new listings coming onto the market, and I am amazed at the mistakes being made by many home sellers. Too often, their initial marketing ensures that they will likely fail to sell their home on their first attempt or worse ...
Winter may not be the most popular time to sell a home, but this doesn't mean you have to wait until the weather warms up to list your property. With the right strategy and a bit of hard work, you can make your home stand out to potential buyers in a season where competition is less fierce and certain buyers are highly motivated to purchase.
If you're planning to remodel your home, this is a good year to do it. For the past two years, Remodeling magazine found an increase in the return on investment in all of the 35 home remodeling projects it analyzed.
Posted by Debbie Drummond on Sunday, December 14th, 2014 at 7:52pm. The internet and the recent housing crash have changed the way we buy and sell our homes. If you're ready to sell your home, here are some things you should understand about today's buyers.
It is easy to discuss topics like these 10 easy tips to organize your garage but it is always a bit more difficult to put the tips into practice. Hopefully this easy to follow advice will get you started off on the right foot and on your way to a cleaner and more organized garage space!
For most home sellers, the process of selling your home is not completely predictable. If you ever thought the process was somewhat scientific or even methodical, think again.
Q: How can I really determine what my home is worth? An online estimate website says my property is worth $350,000, but my agent says it's worth only $300,000! I'm listed at $325,000, and my price is comparable to other similar listings. I really wonder about agents' motivations, if they're pricing to get an easy sale.
Look around the home you're trying to sell-is it filled with "stuff?" We're talking about such things as framed family photos, comfy old furniture and your kid's almost-endless Lego collection. Although you may well adore these items, potential buyers won't like your possessions as much as you do.
Is your home telling you that it's time for a change? Maybe you're entertaining more and could use an open floor plan with a big kitchen? Have the kids moved out leaving rooms that you never use?
As energy costs increase, many homeowners are looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption. Fortunately, you do not have to go to extensive measures to save on energy costs. There are many things homeowners can to do reduce their energy consumption while still enjoying the many comforts they have come to love.