It can be tempting to do some work yourself or hire a non-licensed person to handle repairs around your house. However, when you decide to sell your home, repairs and improvements may have to be disclosed to potential buyers. You want to
In last month’s issue, I gave you part one to this segment which was called, “How to make sure you hire the realtor who’s right for you.” The first two are: a willingness to meet you where you are and contract and negotiating expertise. I’ll give you the last 3 suggestions in this article.
This may seem elementary but there’s a notion to some that if a buyer offers the seller exactly what they want that there’s some responsibility on the seller’s part to accept it. They
It’s not difficult to find tenants for your home. But, finding the right tenant takes time, knowledge and tedious investigating. Shortcuts leave you
My wife, Lori, recently went to Haiti on a mission trip and I had to check her suitcase for extra kiddos. (I was convinced she would bring home some kids that she fell in love with).
I know what you’re thinking: “Here it comes, the shameless plug for realtors.” Shameless: yes. But plugging realtors just because I am one? Not a chance.
March through July is the best time-frame for listing your home, if you want to experience the highest activity. August is usually where the “decline” in activity begins and that continues through
Communication between you and your realtor is crucial when selling your home: specifically, the last two weeks before you close. At this point, you’re
Finding the right tenant (not just someone who pays rent) for your home can be a daunting task by itself. Doing background checks, the screening and interview process, the contracts, negotiating, researching and