Did you know that most home buyers will be searching online for 12 or more different websites? Why do they do that? Because they’re afraid of missing out on the perfect home. Even according to industry experts, national websites are not the best option to find a home, including Zillow and Realtor.com. […]
Very soon one of our team members will be reaching out to you to let you know when the buyer would like to schedule their home inspection. Don’t worry, your home does not have to be show-ready. So here is a shortlist of tips that you can do to make your home inspection go well.
Most home inspections take about 3 hours and the buyer and their agent will attend and they would prefer that you did not attend, but it’s… […]
Even though Today’s real estate market is considered a “Seller’s Market” meaning there is low inventory, and the average days on market is 29 days, more than 1/3 of the homes that do on the market do NOT sell in this current market.
This Blog is full of tips that retirees should know about their credit score.
In retirement years, purchases such as buying insurance, buying cell phones, renting cars, using the debit card in particular, buying cars and even applying for a mortgage may require a strong credit score. Yet many retirees become debt free and stop paying attention to their credit score because they don’t need to borrow money. With data breaches… […]
Consider Curb Appeal, buyers do judge a book by its cover. Make sure your front door is freshly painted. Check your mailbox to ensure it’s in good condition. You can trim overgrown landscaping. These are low-cost things that go a long way to making the best first impression. Make sure all the rooms are de-cluttered and very clean…especially kitchens and baths. In fact, you cannot clean enough.
The happiest time for home sellers is when you negotiate and get an accepted offer on your home. And then the saddest or most frustrating time is when the home buyers asked for stuff on the inspection or worse, decide not to buy it because of their inspection and then don’t even tell us what’s wrong. Did you know that according to the national association of realtors, as many as one-third of the contracts fall apart over the home inspection? So how can you be prepared as a seller? […]
One of the most common questions I get from people thinking of selling their home is should I sell my house before the market crashes? Well, no, not for that reason, but if you need to sell your home, we can help you with that. You know, even experts like Core Logic believed that this market is going to continue to rise for the next 5 years.
Many real estate experts would tell you the best time to sell your home is in the summer, but it really depends on the market.
Yesterday, here in the Colorado Springs area, it was 80 degrees. And now look at this. See that white stuff on the ground that’s called snow. That means the summer is officially over. But that doesn’t mean you have to wait until the spring or summertime to sell your home. […]
Top 5 things and the tips that you need to know to downsize and declutter your home before you downsize. Yet the task of downsizing can be daunting. […]
When selling your house, it pays to do everything right. Yet shockingly, sellers make many costly mistakes when selling their homes that cost them thousands. Before I get started, at the end of this video, I’ll be sharing with you how you can get a free report on the 9 steps systems to get your home sold fast and for top dollar. The number 1 biggest mistake is not preparing your home for sale. Look at it through a buyer’s eyes. Go look in a model home. Failing to make necessary repairs. Things like dramatic paint, old tired carpet, de-cluttering. […]