Tag Archives: Sellers

Five Key Questions For Home Sellers

Are you having trouble deciding whether or not to sell your real estate – home, recreational property, investment property? It’s not the length of time you’ve lived in or owned a property that determines when it’s time to sell. There’s … Continue reading

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When It Comes To Disclosures, How Much Do You Really Have To Tell?

You call her Gladys. For the six years you lived in your charming little 1909 Craftsman home on your charming little 1909 street….”Click here to read.”

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Landscaping to Improve Resale: 9 Projects That Fit Within Your Desired Price Point

As the weather starts to heat up each Spring, so too does the housing market. Spring is an optimal time to get your house ready to sell…”Click here to read”

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Clever Ways To Give Your Small Bathroom Some Pop And Make It Look Larger

Small bathroom? It doesn’t have to be short on style. And it doesn’t have to feel like a cave either. Many of the same tips for creating a standout space will also help to make it feel bigger. Click HERE … Continue reading

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2014 Homebuyer Survey Contains Valuable Information for Agents and Sellers

One of the most useful research projects of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) is the annual survey of homebuyers and sellers. It is particularly useful because it shows sellers and their agents what works and what sources buyers use to … Continue reading

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Home Sellers: The Curse of the First Offer

Sometimes when everything goes right we have trouble accepting that fact. Perhaps nowhere is this phenomenon more clearly illustrated than in the case where a seller receives a good offer right away. Click here to read article.

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Landlords Should Think Like Sellers, Not Owners

Those who make a living buying and selling real estate know some upgrades are more expensive than they are worth, but others deliver a significant return on investment. Click here to read article.

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Sellers Are Feeling Good About Home Prices

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Home sellers are advised to remove pets during showings

Most people love pets — unless the animals are somebody else’s. Which is why sellers who have critters must take extra precautions. If you don’t, many potential buyers could be chased away.  Click here to read article.

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Home Sellers: What A Great Agent Can Do For You

You already know the smart way to sell your home is through a real estate professional, but you may not realize how much your agent really does for you.  Click here to read article.

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