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Home Pricing

Selling your home? Here are four pricing tips that you can bank on

When it comes to you home, memories at priceless. Unfortunately, those good times are of no use when trying to come up with an objectively derived price for your home. This is where an agent comes in. As your agent, I can provide you with an estimate of your home’s value, show you comparable sold properties and recommend a list price for your home. Ultimately, though, you control the...

Staging on a Dime: Get Your Home Show-Ready Without Busting Your Budget

If you’re thinking about putting your home on the market, you may have given some thought to staging. After all, staged homes sell 88% faster and for an astounding 20% more on average than homes where sellers didn’t give any thought to home staging.The drawback to staging, however, is obvious—it usually isn’t cheap if you’re going to engage the help of a professional home stager.If hiring a...

Simple Staging Tips to Grab Buyer Attention Without Busting Your Budget

Even if your home is in good condition, you’ll want it looking its absolute best when you’re ready to put it on the market. Helping your home make a great first impression can mean the difference between a quick sale at full list price and offers below what you were expecting. It doesn’t need to cost a lot to get great results. Here are 10 some simple staging tips that will add a boost of...

Bang for Your Buck: Which Renovations Are Most Likely to Add Value?

Whether you want to put your home on the market soon or sometime down the road, it makes sense to look at what updates can add the most value if you’re considering renovations. Updates not only appeal to buyers, who are often willing to pay top dollar for a move-in ready property, but they can improve your own enjoyment of your home in the years ahead if you don’t plan to sell soon. Of...

Home Buying: What Happens When an Appraisal Comes in Lower Than Expected?

Once your offer has been accepted, there are still several steps to take before you can close on your new home. One of those is an appraisal. As part of the mortgage loan process, your lender will order an appraisal of the property. This ensures that the home you have chosen is worth the loan your lender is making. In most cases, the appraisal comes in at or above the purchase price of...

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