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How to Handle a Low Offer

How to Handle a Low Offer

It is a pretty amazing feeling for home sellers when the offers start coming in. However, that excitement can quickly be shrouded by a low-ball offer or an offer that is far lower than your asking price. But, once you get over the initial shock and that slightly insulting feeling, you’ve got to make a decision. Do you counter the offer and try to get to a price point that is more reasonab

How to Protect Your Home While it’s on the Market

How to Protect Your Home While it’s on the Market

When you’re trying to sell your home, you want prospective buyers to explore a bit during showings, right?  Buyers often open closets, cabinets, and other nooks and crannies when they’re touring through a home, sellers should take some precautions to protect their homes and personal belongings throughout the sales process.  Here are 6 ways that sellers can keep their homes, a

Open House Hosting Guide

Open House Hosting Guide

Open houses are a great way to show off your home and attract prospective buyers! Preparing the house and property for visitors takes a little time, but welcoming potential buyers with a little hospitality goes a long way toward making a sale. Make a checklist and work the plan, so you don’t leave anything out!   Clean Up Your Curb Appeal Curb appeal is the beginning of the open

15 Tips to Help Move-In Day Run Smoothly

15 Tips to Help Move-In Day Run Smoothly

Once you get past closing day, it’s smooth sailing to get into your new home, right? Well, sometimes. There is still one big hurdle when it comes to buying and settling into a new home… move-in day.   Although moving day can be stressful, there are things you can do to make it easier on the whole family. Here are 15 quick tips you can do to make your moving day go smoothly:

Everything You Need To Know About Home Staging

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Everything You Need To Know About Home Staging

If you are thinking about putting your home on the market any time soon, it's a good idea to start thinking about how you will stage your home.  According to Forbes, homes that are staged typically sell faster and for 17% more than homes that are not staged. Consider staging your home or reaching out to your real estate agent for advice.  For now, here are some tips and tricks to hel

The Complete Seller's Guide to Home Inspections

The Complete Seller's Guide to Home Inspections

Home inspections are an important part of your home selling process, but it can also be a source of anxiety for many sellers.  We’re here to help answer all your questions about home inspections.     How should I prepare for my home inspection? Home sellers have an easier time preparing for a home inspection in advance. Getting ready for a home inspection helps to

Five Tips for a Stress-free Selling Process

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Five Tips for a Stress-free Selling Process

Emotions typically run high when it comes to the home-selling process.  Excitement, nervousness, and anxiousness are just some of the feelings home sellers have.  Rest assured, we have put together a list of the five best tips to have a stress-free selling process to put your mind at ease!   1. Set up your home to sell When you first put your house on the market you want to m

How to Make Living in a House on the Market Enjoyable

How to Make Living in a House on the Market Enjoyable

Living in your home while it is on the market is a difficult task. You have to take pictures that make your home look inviting and maintain that appearance for showings. Spending time in a home that is open house-ready can make it feel like it’s not even yours. To ease the transition we’ve compiled a list of to-dos to make your home comfortable for you while being attractive to potenti

Eight Ways to Best Prepare for an Open House

Eight Ways to Best Prepare for an Open House

Treat people viewing your home like you would treat an old friend visiting from out of town. Get the shoes out of the entryway, the kid's toys off the floor, and jackets and shirts off the back of chairs. In addition to clearing out the clutter, you’ll remove items like framed family photos and memorabilia. It’s hard for a buyer to picture living in the home if they see photos of y