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Seller Tips For The Coming Months. - 07/26/11 01:15 PM
Below are tips that will help those wishing to sell their homes in the coming month. 1. Short Window of Opportunity. While the banks are trying to correct and substantiate their foreclosure paperwork, large inventories of distressed properties coming to market have been delayed. That gives the current listing inventory a window of opportunity to sell before the additional downward pressure of these distressed properties is felt later in the fall. 2. Price it Right From the Beginning. It is crucially important to price the property correctly right out of the gate. Why? First, in a market where prices continue to decline, any additional (4 comments)
7249 Blackstone Florence, kentucky 41042 NKYNLS ##399167 - 07/19/11 08:09 AM
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What is your price range? If you've ever bought a home, no doubt your REALTOR® asked you that question, or you wondered it to yourself. It's the starting point for practically every home search in this country. The better question might be how much home have you been pre-approved to buy? These questions serve an important purpose for buyers. First, they put boundaries on your home search, and second, they establish a price range for the homes in which you can actually afford to live. Yet purchase price is only one of the main variables in home affordability. Another major key to (0 comments)
Real Estate Headlines Through The First Half Of 2011 - 07/06/11 07:29 AM
With it now being the first week in July 2011 is half over. Let's look back over the first six months and see what we believe were the items that have had the biggest impact on the real estate industry this year. Amid Warnings of a Double-Dip Recession Prices Began to Stabilize Yet Let's Look At Why. Prices continued to retreat for the first few months of the year. Some called for another major fall in prices and almost all recalculated their projections to show continued depreciation. Just as these new projections were made available, some pricing indices announced that by a minimal percentage (0 comments)
Things to Consider When Buying An Older Home - 07/05/11 05:33 AM
Older and more established neighborhoods often have beauty that is a site to behold. Large trees keep homes and streets shaded from the hot summer sun. The architecture may be historical, eclectic and seasoned with character. Homes may feature many modern styles with amenities while retaining the original charm and mature setting. Established neighborhoods near the central of a city tend to hold their property value. Older homes can be fantastic but there can also be some drawbacks to watch out for: Up Keep - Older homes typically come with a certain level of necessary repair. Wiring may be dated, ungrounded, (2 comments)
The Basics Of Staging Your Home To Sell - 07/02/11 06:42 AM
Staging is about appealing to a broad range of buyers and creating an image of a lifestyle. Buyers need to be able to imagine themselves living in your house. Here are some staging tips that can help your home sell. 1. A Thorough Cleaning: A good cleaning includes shampooing carpets, removing stains, and scrubbing the bathroom. The daily basics mean having your family's things put away with the dishes and laundry done. 2. Declutter. Clutter can be one of the most distracting aspects of showing a house. Instead of a buyer focusing on the unique details of a room, they focus in on your nick nacks. (3 comments)
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