It’s a common fear to think that you’re leaving money on the table when you sell your home. I understand. To get the most value you first need to
I was not surprised this year when I received another 10% increase on my property taxes. As soon as the valuation came in the mail I began doing some research to see if I could find a “case” for the high value they sent me. I knew they were off by at least $10,000 on my home but I had to prove it. I met with
“My mailbox is constantly inundated with realtors ‘junk mail’ which goes in the garbage without a moment’s hesitation. I learned about you from a neighbor and I just wanted to let you know that I am really impressed with your newsletter and that your efforts are not going unnoticed! There’s an obvious effort put forth that I believe is also put forth when working with a customer.” — Dave H.
Having the correct lighting inside your house can have a big impact on a buyer when they view your home. It’s one of the most popular comments I hear from buyers; they want more light in their home of choice. This is something you as a homeowner can easily take advantage of.
I’m able to obtain feedback the majority of the time on my listings but sometimes they don’t respond. That’s ok. It doesn’t mean they aren’t interested. I’ve had plenty of offers
How does a potential buyer determine what your home is worth? Here’s the main perspective that buyers use to analyze a home’s value:
They’ll make an offer if they’re interested but it’s your job as the owner to get them interested. It’s your job to showcase your home in a way that makes the buyer fall in love with it.
In the last 6 months (February through July) there were 470 homes sold in League City. 75 of those homes sold for cash (16%). That means that cash buyers accounted for 16% of the total League City sales for this time-frame. While it’s not a dominant niche within the market, it’s certainly large enough to be significant. And contrary to what I thought,
In this ever-increasing fast-paced world we have an insatiable desire for speed. Blazing speed: internet, driving, conversations, no more than 7 seconds of a video, a 250 character tweet, text abbreviations, etc. It’s all based around being brief instead of being clear. This directly affects every aspect of real estate
There are 3 main topics of discussion that I have when I meet with homeowners: 1) What’s my home worth? 2) How should I prepare my home for the market? 3) How much will I walk away with check-in-hand at the closing table?