Home buyers and sellers alike will come to a point in any real estate transaction in which a home inspection will be performed by a professional, and repairs will likely need to be addressed. What is involved? Who decides what repairs are made? And who pays for it?
Most homeowners make changes to their homes because usually, they aren't perfectly suited to their tastes on move-in day. Perhaps you've added a fresh coat of paint to your living room wall, or installed new hardwood floors, or even undergone an entire kitchen remodel. Regardless of scope, track your home updates so you can easily prove the value you've added to it.
You’ve done a ton of work to get your home ready to sell. The photos have been taken, the video tour is published, and you are proud of how amazing it all looks! Now that your home is officially on the market, agents want to show your beautiful home to their buyer clients. Don’t panic! We know it is hard to live in a home while its for sale. Keeping it pristine all the time can cause overwhelm. But, what if it didn’t have to be that way? Our printable pre-showing checklist + bonus tips will ease your stress.
Several tasks have to be completed before putting your home on the market, and we've made this process much easier. We've worked with hundreds and hundreds of home sellers over the years. Make a good first (and lasting!) impression. Follow this printable checklist for greater success.
Our design expert, Cathi Beighe, has shared with us her tried and true tips for getting your home ready to sell. These are general tips that can be done on any home. For more specific advice about your particular home, you'll just have to invite Cathi over and let her work her magic on your space. But, in the meantime, use these helpful tips to get you started!
Just like any product on the shelves at your local store, a home has features and benefits, pluses and minuses, and there are other products to compete with on that same shelf. To gain an edge in your marketplace, your home must be priced right and look better than the competition. How do you accomplish that?