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FSBO – Your Advantages and Disadvantages – Why Shouldn’t I Try to Sell My Home by Myself?

Many home owners think about selling their own home but relatively few attempt it. Why? Because it’s an extremely time-consuming and often exhausting process, especially if you’re working a full-time job! It’s the Realtor who takes this burden off your back. Nonetheless, I don’t discourage you from putting your home on the market and attempting… Read More »

How Do I Find the Property Value Trends in My Area?

Knowing property value trends can be very helpful to you as a buyer, seller or investor. As a buyer, you can pinpoint bargains in areas that are trending upward (or downward) in price. As a seller, you can use the information as part of the bargaining process to get the maximum price from the sale.… Read More »

Home Inspector to the Rescue!

You Better Give Sherlock Holmes a Ring! No, you don’t need the fictional detective inspector. However, you do need a home inspector! Think of this as a “pre-emptive strike” to maintain or increase your home’s value before you put it on the market. Here are the benefits an inspector provides you: Benefit 1: The inspector… Read More »

Clinch the Deal with Curb Appeal!

Believe me, great curb appeal is everything when it comes to getting potential buyers into your home! Plus, outstanding curb appeal can not only make the sale but increase your profit from that sale as well! The benefits don’t stop there. Curb appeal can actually be achieved with very little money (depending on the size… Read More »

What is a Real Estate Short Sale?

A “short sale” is a handy term for a situation in which a homeowner’s debt on his or her property is greater than the amount for which the property can be sold. Here’s an example: Assume a homeowner has an unpaid loan balance of $110,000, but the property will only sell for $100,000. The unhappy… Read More »

What Exactly Determines The Value Of Your Home?

Basically, a home’s worth is determined by its market value. How is “market value” determined? Most often, it’s figured by a comparison (“comp”) with homes similar to yours in the surrounding area. So, if the homes in your neighborhood average, say, $250,000, then it’s likely that the value of your property will fall in the… Read More »

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