Sellers: Sure-fire sale killers I thought it would be helpful it I compiled a list of things sellers of homes could do to ensure their home does not sell. I know this sounds like a weird thing for a real estate associate broker to do. But perhaps when I'm done, this will all make sense. ... » Learn More about Sellers: Sure-fire sale killers
Sellers have unique needs. They take a place that has been their home for sometimes decades, a place full of memories and history, and open it up for other people to critique. This can be a scary step as sellers have to put their life on hold while they keep a spotless house, running out of the house for showings, and waiting with baited breath for feedback that may or may not come. This part of thehousekat.com website will be focused on tips and issues associated with the selling of a home.
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The story of a perfect real estate match Nearly four decades ago, a young couple rescued a dilapidated 1897 house from its eventual collapse. They loved the Victorian "bones" and saw the beauty hiding behind the worn exterior. They subsequently dedicated years of elbow grease to fix her up. ... » Learn More about The story of a perfect real estate match
Sellers: Things to keep in mind after your home is on the market Most sellers understand what is required to get a house sold and to get the keys handed over to someone new. But every once in a while, a seller will do something that endangers their sale. Selling a house takes a lot of work and ... » Learn More about Sellers: Things to keep in mind after your home is on the market
Sellers: Tips for boosting your home's value If you are thinking of selling your home, here are a few tips that can help increase your market value (see bottom of post for link to more tips). ... » Learn More about Sellers: Tips for boosting your home’s value
Sellers of unoccupied homes beware! Seller: (ring ring)... "Hey, can you go to my house right now? I hear the fire department is there." Me: "Sure, on my way." ... » Learn More about Sellers of unoccupied homes beware!