Including These Things Won'T Necessarily Make Your House More Enticing To Buyers

Posted on: 27 October 2017

The things that you include when you sell your home can have an impact on the price at which you sell it and even how many offers you receive. For example, a new set of stainless steel kitchen appliances, which can collectively cost several thousand dollars, will make your house more appealing than a similar house at a similar price but that doesn't come with the appliances. However, there are several things that you might think to include in the sale, but that actually won't make your listing more appealing. [Read More]

Plan On Buying A Home This Winter? Avoid Making These Mistakes

Posted on: 19 October 2017

While many people wait until the summer to buy a home while the kids are between grades at school, you may find yourself needing to move during the winter. While this can be a challenge with the snow and wet weather conditions, just be sure you do not make the following mistakes. Mistake 1: Expecting A Deal While the winter time is usually a slower time in the real estate market, you may assume that you'll be able to get a deal from a seller that is eager to get rid of their home. [Read More]

Options To Consider When You Encounter A Problem During The Final Walkthrough

Posted on: 15 October 2017

When you and your realtor conduct a final walkthrough of the home that you're in the process of buying, you don't want to encounter any surprises. Hopefully, any changes that you requested of the current owner have been adequately made, and you and your agent will finish the walkthrough feeling excited about the deal to be finalized. However, this won't always be the case. There may be times that you notice problems during the walkthrough, such as an issue that you didn't previously identify, or things that weren't done as requested. [Read More]

Insight And Tips To Help Make Your Home More Attractive For Its Sale

Posted on: 9 October 2017

When it is time to sell your home, you have many options to get it on the market and sold. You can hire a full-cost real estate agent, use the services of a discount realtor, or sell the home yourself. Selling your home by yourself can save you several thousand dollars in commission, which you can put toward other expenses of moving and setting up your new household. Here are some tips you can use to make your home more attractive to buyers to help you sell your home without a realtor. [Read More]