How long does it take to sell a house? Some people seem to be selling right away, while others stay on the market for a long time. Is this just the market, or is there a reason as to why your house is not selling.
Archive for the ‘For the Seller’ Category
Have you noticed sellers offering binders that contain information about their home? This trend is growing, and buyers are asking for information from sellers that have not been traditional, so here is what I think should go in an “about this house” binder.
The following is a guest post that there are many things you can do to make sure you get the highest price possible for your house, and that includes showing your house in its most appealing light.
Here is a guest post for those who are moving house on a budget and want to save a bit of cash by doing the cleaning themselves, here’s what you need to know.
Here is a guest post offering good advice on selling your home in our current market.
Selling a house for the desired price, quickly is hard. How the home is presented can be a factor in helping your achieve your goal, so consider your curb appeal.
Are you keeping up with housing trends? If you are a seller, you may want to see what is driving up home prices, and will these factors effect your home.
A guest post detailing ideas to make your home have curb appeal for potential buyers.
Your home needs repairs. You know it, and the potential buyers will see them. What do you do?
If you are looking to sell your home, you may want to consider these trends to help your home sell faster.
Sellers are trying to deal with a Buyer’s market and maintaining their investments, so here is some advice for the seller.
A home inspector’s home inspection report is not a mandatory repair list for the seller, but a new law does make such repairs required when in the contract.
Most home inspectors work hard to do a good job, but every so often there is a home inspection which can make us look bad.
Do not get mad; get even (maybe). Finding a way to deal with the buyer’s home inspection report to keep the sale alive. Consider home warranties and repairs along with negotiations an agreement can be reached.
Most consumers never investigate who they should use as their Realtor, but this may not be the best course of action for you.
A home inspector looks at how foreclosed homes are winterized, which may be useful for homeowners looking to winterize a vacation home.
A humorous home selling tip