selling competing reos orange county: Professionals Answer: “How Do I Increase My Home’s Value?” (Part 1 of 3) - 10/16/14 06:47 AM

When preparing to sell their home, a common question pops up. Homeowners want to know what they can do to get the maximum selling price on their home. Of course, the answer to “What can I do to increase my home’s value or get a better selling price?” is difficult to answer because each home has it’s own set of improvements, renovations or upgrades that might make the difference for it’s specific market. In general, however, potential improvements can be broken out by the amount the homeowner has available to spend and the return on investment, or R.O.I.
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selling competing reos orange county: Professionals Answer: “How Do I Increase My Home’s Value?” (Part 2 of 3) - 10/16/14 06:20 AM
A common question sellers ask is “What can I do to get the maximum selling price on my home?” Since each home and every market is different, we, as your real estate professionals, can give you specific advice on your home. In general, however, if you’re willing to spend a little bit on some minor upgrades, a higher return on your investment can be significant. We covered the “no-to-low cost” items in part 1 of this series and in this post we suggest some low to medium cost options for improving that selling price.
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selling competing reos orange county: Become a Fan of Fans - 10/16/14 06:12 AM

Ceiling fans aren’t just about moving air, they are an important part of creating the right atmosphere in your home. Before choosing a fan, consider what you really want it to do.
Smart ceiling fans
Being smart isn’t just for phones. Big Ass Fan company has developed smart residential fansthat have motion sensors, can detect ambient air temperature and humidity, and even connect with the Nest Learning Thermostat. These fans are about keeping the temperature and atmosphere in your home at optimum levels using the least amount of energy. With five-ply bamboo blades and an automotive grade paint on its glass-infused composite … (1 comments)

selling competing reos orange county: Unconventional Tip #3 – Sellers: Compete against the banks without slashing your price - 02/01/09 04:16 AM
Let's say that a seller has had their home listed for $440,000 and although the comps support their price, the property has been sitting on the market for 120 days with no offers. Sound familiar?
As we all know, there is a huge pool of buyers who have capped their search at $400,000 that view this property as "out of reach". Instead of looking at this "standard sale", they are all looking at foreclosure properties hoping that can outrun the other buyers to the next foreclosure in their price range.
Here's the strategy. The seller of the $440,000 property, instead of … (0 comments)