You overvalued your property. Your listing is poor. You’re always present at showings. You’re too attached. You haven’t had your home professionally cleaned. You haven’t staged your home. You kept up all of your personal décor. Your home improvements are too personalized. Your home is too cluttered. Your home is in need of too many…

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By Briggs Dickerson As a homeowner, there’s only so much you can do when trying to sell your home. When it comes to real estate, hiring a professional agent is more of a need than an option. A real estate agent’s greatest goal is to sell your house at a higher price in a lesser…

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Like an attic or home office, laundry rooms have high re-purposing potential. Make over your laundry room into a multi-functional space with these transformative tips!Size Up Small Spaces: Your laundry room doesn’t have to be large to be re-purposed. If your room is near an entry point, set aside wall space for an impromptu coat…

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Remodelers across the country took a hit last summer as the cost of building materials spiked dramatically, and the picture for 2019 isn’t much rosier. The percentage of return on investment (ROI) is projected to trend downward for all the replacement projects listed in Remodeling magazine’s newly-released Cost vs. Value Report. Larger indoor remodel projects took a hit as well,…

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So you’ve decided to put your home on the market. Congratulations! Hopefully, you’ve brought a rockin’ REALTOR® on board to help you list your spot, and together you’ve done your due diligence on what to ask for. As you start checking things off your to-do list, it’s also important to pay mind of what not to do….

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There are many questions homeowners ask themselves during the selling process. “How much will my home sell for?”  “How much should I list my home for?”  “Who should I select as a real estate agent to sell my home?”  “What if the real estate agent overprices my home?”  Last but not least, “Is this a good time to…

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By Charles Muotoh When you first put your house on the market, you might be hopeful for a quick sale—especially if you’ve put a lot of money into improving the house over the years and if the neighborhood is one that has historically attracted a lot of buyers. While you shouldn’t panic if the house doesn’t sell…

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What is the difference between a short sale and a foreclosure? Short Sales and Foreclosures are two financial options available to homeowners who are late on their mortgage payments. There are different reason why homeowner would choose for a short sale versus a foreclosure. In both cases, the owner is forced to part with the home but the…

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Advertising to sell my house can come in many different forms. Advertising is a communication intended to inform, educate, influence and remind individuals of your product. Effective advertising should capture the prospective customers’ attention and entice them to use your product. It should be catchy and interruptive, it should make people stop whatever they are…

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Mistakes Sellers Make Mistakes sellers make can be avoided. When choosing a Realtor to sell your home, take time to pick one with an excellent reputation for listing homes. Choosing the wrong one will undoubtedly lead to financial and emotional headaches. Here are several things to consider when choosing a Realtor so that mistakes can…

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