Thursday, May 24, 2018
Knowing what buyers want and getting your home ready for selling can have your home ready to be sold faster. This article comes from https://www.washingtonpost.com/ by IIyce [...]
"Here’s the good news: Homes will continue to be a hot commodity in 2018. There aren’t enough people selling (thanks to a combination of factors, led by locking in extremely low interest rates and rising home prices). In some areas of the country, like Denver, you can drive a long time without seeing a “for sale” sign. Homeowners in hot communities receive almost instant offers."
That is why location is so crucial when your looking to purchase a home to live in or invest in. Makes no difference to buyers what the home is used for they want the location.
If a home is priced to high it will sit on the market and buyers will wonder what is wrong with the home? Even if you lower the price the home has days on the market even a few weeks can make all the difference in selling a home. Listed a home with a family that was way high on their price, and I still took the listing. It did not sell the home and they would not would not go down on the price of the home.
I informed them of the price that it would sale for, they decided to go with another agent who said he could sale it for them at the higher price. It is still on the market over 200 days. Getting your home priced right gets it sold quickly. I have listed and sold dozens of homes since that home and learned do not over price listings no matter how nice they are.
Let' look at how to get your home ready to sell....
Getting your home ready to sale is everything. If you need to paint the home take a a weekend and do it, or have a professional do it. Make sure you add the right colors to your home and all the paint stores can assist you with picking colors.
Get the yard in good shape, that is the first thing buyers see. Might also need to add a coat of paint outside and de clutter your home, make it look bigger.
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
I want to go through a couple that I think are important.
" Walkability has many definitions which largely differ by walking purpose: destination-driven, exercising, socializing, exploring, enjoying the outdoors…. Measures of walkability can be useful and may add to market value, but these scores are not absolute, so investigate the reference source and measurement approach. Experiment by walking where you and family members would walk and when. There may be obstacles, like very busy streets, that would affect whether walking would be the best transportation choice."
Great thing to look at when buying a home, because if you ever sale it then there should be a lot of buyers begging for your home. It will also enhance your life and your families life. My dream was being able to walk to a Starbucks by my location......: ) Just sayin
" Nearby Shopping used to be a big location factor, but online shopping has taken the shine off this convenience for many buyers. In some areas, malls are falling into disrepair and closing. Would that be a concern for you? In other locations, new large-scale commercial ventures are underway in or closer to residential areas. How would you feel about having a big box store on your doorstep"
Let's face it when you need milk you want a grocery store close by. When you need anything we want it close by our home. Some home owners do not want a ton of shopping near their home, but they would like it close by. People get excited when new stores open up in their neighborhood and they always try them out. You can also Gage the income in an area by the amenities.
For example what stores are there? Macy's, Dillards, Nordstrom's that will give you the indication on the income in that area. Grocery stores do too if you see Whole Foods, Heinens, AJ's you know again what income is in the area. These are just some examples.
A few reports came out recently that said Trader Joes, Dunkin Donuts, and Starbucks increased home values in their areas. Wonder Why?
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Getting your home sold in today's real estate market can be hard without the right marketing and seasoned agent.
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