This infographic shares 9 excellent tips to prepare your home for sale.
Selling your home and moving to a new one has unique challenges. This collection of tips will help get you off on the right foot.
The real estate closing is a meeting in which payment is transferred from buyer to seller. Find more information about closing a home sale HERE.
If you do it right, a finished basement can add from serious value to your home. Some appraisers estimate that you’ll see $20-$30 dollars per square foot on a finished basement. For an 800 square foot basement, that could add $24,000 to your home’s value! If you’re looking for some basement inspiration, here are some beautifully done examples to get your started!
Shiplap and white-on-white kitchens may finally be falling out of favor. The two trends have dominated home design in recent years, but realtor.com® says they’ll be fading fast in 2017. Here are some of the home design trends realtor.com® predicts will fall to the wayside in the new year.
A home inspection is a thorough visual examination of the home and property. Many mortgage companies insist on a home inspection report before agreeing to a mortgage, so a pre-sale inspection enables you to address problems before you even put the house on the market. It also removes any questions about the condition of your home for you and a potential homebuyer, improving the speed, price and likelihood of a sale. Read more HERE.
If your home is on the market, an open house is in your future. Holding a winter open house requires some special considerations. Here are 4 must have supplies for your next open house!
Pantone has announced their 2017 color of the year. Think this is something you could use to liven up your home? Take a look HERE.
If you live in a colder weather climate, holding open houses in the winter can pose plenty of challenges. Make sure your open house is warm and inviting, regardless of the colder temps or snow outside. Here are a few common mistakes at winter open houses to watch out for.