When you're selling your home, it's pretty much inevitable that there will eventually be a home inspection.
And "home inspection" can be two words sellers dread.
With proper representation you will be able to have access to all the information you need to make an informed decision. Adequate preparation is the key to sailing through escrow and closing.
There are Realtors with anecdotes that seem to confirm that home automation can be a selling point, but there's currently no hard data that smart home products represent any return on investment.
Your home is the heart of family activity. Family time is important, but daily life and gatherings often create a lot of clutter. Eventually, the disorder will get out of hand. Unless you have a plan in place, a major cleanup can cause stress and lead to procrastination.
Certain buzzwords permeate a conversation on home selling. One of those phrases is “curb appeal.” Experts on television and the Internet will tell you that your home needs to pop from the outside in, but they rarely tell you exactly how to achieve this. It’s intuitive that a better-looking yard will attract more potential home buyers and drive up the price of your home.
When it comes to selling a home, preparation makes the difference between a disappointing close and rousing success. Before you list your home, you should do whatever you can to improve its presentation, ensure the closing process goes smoothly, and even increase the real value of the space in a competitive market. Here’s how.
You may have read articles detailing how to stage your home when you get ready to sell. And, of course, there are also articles regarding completing necessary home repairs, removing clutter, and packing up personal effects to get your home ready for viewing. There are, however, many small things you might not think about that can interfere with the sale of a home. First impressions are only made once.
Buying your own house is one of the most important decisions you can make early in your life. Homes make an ideal first asset for younger buyers. Paying down a mortgage is financially prudent, as it helps build equity. There are also intangible benefits to owning a home that will appeal to those looking to escape the rental market.