November 2017

Found 3 blog entries for November 2017.


 

Hi everyone, happy holidays! I'm proud to say my holiday shopping is done! A six-pack of beer and Amazon got the job done and I didn't even have to pull my hair out looking for a parking spot. You'd be wise to consider the same...

Anyways, today's topic is buying during the holiday season. Good idea? Bad idea? First advantage I will point out is buying with us between now and December 31st is a good idea, as our $500 buyer promotion is still on. But other than that, a lot of people are just down on buying during this time of year in general. Some of it is based on accurate perceptions but some of the negativity isn't based on anything market related at all. For the sake of positivity, today we will try and point out some nice things about buying

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You just bought a house. Well, sort of. Pending the most stressful condition of the deal, for sellers and buyers - the home inspection! With home inspections, it seems there is a ton of different ways to view them. But for the sake of expediency, we have compiled our own list of important things to keep in mind in the event of you buying a home subject to home inspection:

1) While it's tempting to use a friend who knows a lot about homes, that usually doesn't end well. Listen, we do get the appeal...if they're a friend or relative they are trustworthy. But, compared to what? You and your friends? Sure. But it's hard for most people to know if that extends to the level of properly inspecting

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Well that Halloween edition was a lot of fun (and stay tuned for another one next year), but now back to more common advice with buying/selling a property. Today, we want to help out sellers, as it's a fairly tough go out there for anybody trying to sell their place. So, let's talk about decluttering!

There are a lot of things us REALTORS® advise a seller to do, but by far the most common, is making sure our sellers absolutely minimized the clutter in their home. This is among the most important things a seller can do. It's crucial for a few reasons: i) maximizes the square footage, ii) allows the buyer to visualize their furniture placement, iii) some buyers might assume the sellers are sort of

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