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2009 

 Sky of Wonders!!!!   It seems that every night we get a beautiful painting displayed outside our window at home.   From Scott Larson the "Realtor of the Region" in the land of cows and plows. To check out this great place to raise a family visit me on the web at www.greencountyhomeguide.com. or ...
10/31/2009
Tip 5 of 5 Selling your Home Invest in the Your Home Sale. Ask clients to invest 1/2% of the home's asking price in repairs and staging. Then use that money to paint tired walls, remove out-of-style wallpaper, or store worn out furniture.  The money invested may actually reap substantial returns ...
10/28/2009
Tip number 4 has to do with appearances, primarily the inside of the home. If you're not comfortable making decorating decisions and you think a client needs serious help, suggest for them to hire a professional decorator or stagger that understands the ins and outs of staging a home. Not only do...
10/26/2009
#3  Sometimes simply repositioning a couch or chair can make a world of difference in a room. Look at traffic patterns and remove obstacles along with excess furniture. Make open spaces. Take leaves out of dining tables and reduce the number of chairs. In the kitchen clear the countertops. When s...
10/23/2009
My pet is a Mountain Cur. She (Tiger) was rescued from the streets many years ago. Older and slower, just like me, but the best dog I have ever had. Let me know what pet live at your home     From Scott Larson of Towne Square Realty in Monroe, Wisconsin “Your Realtor of the Region” E- Mail scott...
10/22/2009
  Tip # 2 Trim back the landscaping.  Make sure your windows and entryways are not obscured by overgrown shrubs. Otherwise, you're hiding the home from the street as well as reducing the light that comes in. You want your home to say Welcome.  When the scrubs have been tamed now you can see throu...
10/22/2009
Remove the clutter that we sometimes don't see. Old socks, magazines, and scattered toys are obvious problems, but just as distracting are the various collections that people accumulate over time. One home that I viewed had more Captain Morgan bottles than the local liquor store. Get your clients...
10/21/2009
The question is how much money have those long days on market listings cost the sellers? The financial loss often exceeds the extra mortgage payments paid and goes beyond the uncompensated hassle factor of trying to keep a home spotless during showings. Not to mention the taxes, utilities, and th...
10/19/2009
Can you price a home, Too Low? Homes sell at a price a buyer is willing to pay and a seller is willing to accept. This is a strainght forward rule. If a home is priced too low, priced under the competition, the seller (should) receive multiple offers to drive up the price to market value. Hence a...
10/16/2009
There is alot of talk about who or how the price is determined for listing a home The truth is it doesn't really matter how much money you think your home is worth. Nor does it matter what I think or ten other agents. The person whose opinion matters is the buyer who makes an offer. Pricing home...
10/15/2009
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