california: Tips for selling your home - 04/19/07 01:53 PM
Replace bathroom and kitchen fixtures that are worn or leaking. People will notice a leaking or worn-out faucet. By replacing these items, you will give a new look to the room. Clean under the sinks. If there is any leaks fix them. Then clean up the damage using contact paper or paint. <!--- LinkShare: Service Magic 4/3/2007 ---> Faucets, Fixtures & Pipes <!--- Paid text ad: good until August 28, 2007 ---> Home Improvement Contractor Find and research local contractors, get free no obligation quotes on your home improvement projects. <!--- Home Improvement Articles ---> Home Improvement Articles Get rid of any … (0 comments)

california: Tips for selling your home - 04/19/07 01:49 PM
Clean up the outside. Curb appeal is the first impression of your house. Keeping the grass cut and the area tidy will help make a great first impression. Paint or wash the exterior of the house (including window casings, shutters, and doors). Wash the windows inside and out. Check the gutters and chimney. <!--- ClickBank: FSBO Tips 1/11/2007 ---> Increase The Curb Appeal Of Any House. 197 Simple, Low-cost Curb Appeal And House Makeover Improvements That Anyone Can Do In A Weekend. Free Landscape Software. Touch up the interior. Put a fresh coat of paint in the most used areas of … (0 comments)

california: Selling a Home - 04/19/07 01:47 PM
Pre-listing Inspection. Having your home inspected by a professional home inspector before you list is a recommendation from Dennis DiVito of Apex Home Inspections, LLC. Eventually your buyers are going to conduct a home inspection. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first. Having an inspection performed ahead of time helps in many other ways: It allows you to see your home through the eyes of a critical third-party. It helps you to price your home realistically. It permits you to make repairs ahead of time so that ... Defects won't become negotiating stumbling … (0 comments)

california: Step 5: Sell It - 04/04/07 06:13 PM
There is no question that selling a home is an important event. A home sale represents transition, movement and change. Big money is involved. Households move from the known and comfortable to the unknown and a period of adjustment. There may be job changes, new schools, distance from old friends and the possibility of new ones.
No less important, a home sale by itself can be complex. There will be people looking at your house, documents to sign and issues to be negotiated.
Because a home sale involves an array of both personal and business concerns, it's important to get it … (0 comments)

california: Step 4: Market It - 04/04/07 06:07 PM
If you bought a car, you could purchase a given model with selected features from any dealer. Since the car comes from one assembly plant, it's going to be the same whether purchased from dealer Smith or dealer Jones.
Homes are different. Each is unique, the marketplace is always in flux, interest rates constantly change and new buyers search for homes each day. With such fluidity, it requires REALTORS® to craft marketing plans specifically for individual homes and market conditions.
Selling can entail a variety of marketing strategies. Once listed, it's likely that the home will be quickly entered into the … (0 comments)

california: Step 3: Set the Price - 04/04/07 06:05 PM
Every reasonable owner wants the best possible price and terms for his or her home. Several factors, including market conditions and interest rates, will determine how much you can get for your home. The idea is to get the maximum price and the best terms during the window of time when your home is being marketed.
In other words, home selling is part science, part marketing, part negotiation and part art. Unlike math where 2 + 2 always equals 4, in real estate there is no certain conclusion. All transactions are different, and because of this, you should do as much … (0 comments)

california: The Home Seller's Guide to Success - 04/04/07 03:20 AM
Before placing a home on the market you should also identify REALTORS® in your community who can assist with the sale. Because is the largest real estate site online, it's a perfect place to look when seeking realty services. lists realty professionals nationwide, and you can find those active in your community through extensive directories and property listings.
Why use a REALTOR®? There are more than 2 million people nationwide who have licenses to sell real estate, of which about over 1 million members belong to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Only NAR members are entitled … (0 comments)


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