Tag Archives: home seller advice

Resource Video: Sellers Edition

When is a Commission Due? Real estate agents are paid a commission when they help you sell a home. They receive a commission based on the home’s price after the sale has been completed. A contract will be signed by …
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Six Unwritten Rules Every Seller Should Follow

The house is clean, the landscaping is done, the house is listed for sale and your first showing is scheduled. Everything is immaculate but there is still one more thing that needs to be taken care of…you! No matter how …
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Selling your Home? What Landscaping Projects Pay Off

If looking around your yard means seeing more weeds than plants, it’s time to break out the gardening tools. Did you know that by keeping up your yard, you could contribute up to 28% of your home’s overall value? That …
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How to Turn a Lowball Offer into a Home Run

Picture this: you just put your home on the market with some gorgeous photos of the remodeled kitchen and beautiful landscaping. An offer comes in the next day! …but it is 30% below your listing price. It is easy to …
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2016: The Year to Sell Your Home!

New Year, New Resolutions! This year put selling your home at the top of your list. Buyer demand continues to outpace the supply of homes for sale, which is a great thing for sellers! The National Association of REALTORS®’ (NAR) …
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Eight Tips for Fall Home Staging

  While we all may love how we decorate our own home, whether it is giant turkeys, kid’s paintings or even a simple pumpkin collection outside on the porch; our potential buyers come into our homes and try to see …
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A Word of Caution

Difficult times cause some people to take drastic action without thinking. If you are in the midst of a very tough real estate scenario, I want to encourage you to think before you act. I am referring to a sale …
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Categories: Real Estate News


The Market is Always Better in Spring!

Sometimes the more you say something the more you believe it to be true. If numbers don’t lie then let’s take a look at what actually happens year after year. From the graph you can see that the inventory levels …
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