It is no secret that some features in a home pay off big and could even bring more money to the table when the owner goes to sell. Last year, agents on ActiveRain, a real estate blogging network were asked to evaluate which of those features impressed buyers and increased the chances of selling. There were those that you would expect and others that may surprise you.
We are in the business of selling homes, and when someone moves, we know ther's lots of de-cluttering that goes on. Well, Springtime is here and this is typically the time of year that many homeowners spend some time to de-clutter their house.
Listing your home is the easy part but making sure your house is ready to be seen by buyers is the part of the process that takes time. If you get it right, you should see plenty of consumer activity. Get it wrong and your home may sit for awhile.
Spring has arrived and in Clarksville TN. The trees are starting to bud and leaf out, the grass is getting green and the flowers are blooming. When you list a home in the winter months and the skies are gray and snow is on the ground the homes don't look their best in photos.In fact they tend to look their worst.
My realtor team members are real estate listing agents, and I am the marketing agent for them. My focus is marketing our inventory, in unison with promoting my team members who secure each listing. The methods of marketing that I utilize are both online and offline marketing methods, and aerial photography complements my marketing.
When selling your property in Summit County Colorado it’s easy to be endearing about the home you’re selling. The owner of the home looks out into the yard and encounters flashes of memories from every area of the yard. Inside, the homeowner can still hear the giggles and sounds from events of the past. After a bunch of real estate companies interviewed, owner has listed their property in Summit County with a local realtor, the one who has chosen to overlook items with necessary attention.
Everyone wants to save a few dollars, have more money in their pocket, and certainly pay less for energy costs. Below are several ways that homeowners can keep more of their hard earned cash and save on energy costs at the same time