Puchasing a Home?




Buying a home is an exciting and complex adventure. It can also be a very time-consuming and costly one if you're not familiar with all aspects of the process, and don't have all the best information and resources at hand.

The more you know smoother the process will go. Determining your purchase power is the place to start. A buyer who is pre-approved when making an offer is more appealing to the seller. More Info.


Selling a HOME

Once you have decided to sell get a Good Market Analysis

Invite your local Realtors to give you their opinion of what you house would sell for TODAY. A written market analysis of homes in your area that have sold in the last Three months is a good place to start. Although in the last few years getting enough sales data in some areas is not easy, unless it is a Foreclosure or short sale.

Prepare you house for sale.

Take a walk outside your front door, close your eyes and imagine you are looking for your new home.

Walk in and start looking around with the eye of a buyer. Then:

Fix what needs it, Clean what needs it.

If possible update towards that new buyer



The Three Ps to Successfully Sell Your Home

Price - The number one reason why a home will or will not sell is price! The Market Analysis represents the most current market trends. Over pricing your home will only serve to sell the competition.

Presentation The average time a buyer spends in a home is about 15 minutes. Your mission is to encourage them to linger longer and fall in love with what they see. Make your home warm and inviting for buyers.

Promotion Of course you home will be placed on the Multiply Listing Service, as a color photo ad for Open Houses in local newsprint. Most homebuyers begin their search on the internet and your home will be listed at:  Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia,  




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