cma: How to Price a Home to Sell and Avoid Over Priced Properties - 01/27/14 12:55 AM
How do we handle the concern a seller has that the sales range our CMA and Realtor Property Resource report (RPR) is too low. 
Pricing homes is difficult, where we recommend a seller lists a home is not our opinion of the worth of the property, it is the current market's valuation of the property. It is a scientific analysis that is produced by a CMA and an REALTOR Property Resource report, we stay as close to our local appraisers valuations and adjustments as possible. We are usually within $2,000 of the final bank appraisal amount. 
Our track record helps, … (0 comments)

cma: I'm buying a home in Storm Lake, IA - How do I know what a property is worth in the current market? - 04/07/11 06:53 AM
I'm a first time home buyer in the Storm Lake IA area.
I have looked at a lot of properties in the Storm Lake IA area and found 2 that I really like. But, how much should I offer the Sellers?   How do I know what a property is worth in the current Storm Lake homes market, I don't want to over pay but I don't want to offend the Sellers either?    Q: As a Buyer, how do I decide on how much to offer on a property?   Allie K.A: Allie, Thank you for your question, it is a good one! Our office does … (0 comments)

cma: Pricing - The Number 1 Most Important Factor in Selling a Property in the Storm Lake Iowa Area - 06/10/10 05:33 AM
Sellers, it is to your benefit to price your property correctly within your specific market and every market is different. For example, a 3 bedroom 2 bath, ranch home with a full finished basement and an attached 2 car garage can easily sell for up to $150,000 in Storm Lake or Alta, Iowa. However, the same house in one of the surrounding small towns, for example Early or Rembrandt will be hard pressed to sell for $100,00.
So, how do you know how to price a property to make it competitive in your market? CMA, these letters stand for Competitive or Comparative … (0 comments)

cma: Buying a Home Without a Realtor Will Probably Cost You Big Bucks - 08/07/08 07:32 AM
Are you considering buying a self represented property (For Sale by Owner)? Would you do surgery on yourself? No, Would you represent yourself in a law suit? No But, you think going into a huge financial transaction without the knowledge and skills of an expert could be a good idea???!!!  
Do you know what to ask a FSBO, what to look for in the property, where to get the property records, what other similar properties have sold for in the last 12 months,  do you know what documents a seller needs to provide to you and when? How did the FSBO decide on … (0 comments)

cma: Iowa Realtors Association's Mid-Year Report Positive For Storm Lake Area - 11/19/07 07:11 AM
According to the Iowa Realtors Association the Storm Lake Board is up considerably over 2006.The Median Price for 2006 was - $69,500The Median Price for 2007 is - $88,800That's an increase of 28%Days on Market have increasedDOM in 2006 at midyear - 86DOM in 2007 at midyear - 118That's an increase of 37%What do those numbers mean?1) Local real estate is appreciating in general - that's a good thing2) DOM is also increasing, that may not be a good thing, it means properties are staying on the market longer - possibly a reflection of the Doom Sayers in the national market. … (0 comments)

Georgia  Weaver, A Promise Made is a Promise Kept! 712-291-0118 (Weaver Realtors)

Georgia Weaver

A Promise Made is a Promise Kept! 712-291-0118

Storm Lake, IA

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Weaver Realtors

Address: Weaver Realtors, 607 Lake Ave, Storm Lake, IA, 50588

Office: (712) 213-4663

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Storm Lake Iowa homes for sale, Storm Lake Lake homes for sale, Custom Home Construction, Modular Construction and Real Estate Investing services. Weaver Realtors is located in North West Iowa, Storm Lake IA area. We show and sell all properties listed for sale on the, for sale by owners, in Storm Lake, Lakeside, ALta, Newell, Schaller, Early, Rembrandt, Aurelia, and we build All American Modular homes in 3 counties - Buena Vista, Cherokee, and Clay County.




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