Came across a blast from the past today - and decided to rework it and take it for another "dance" in the 'Rain...
This is why.......my house is worth sooooooo much more than everyone else thinks it is.
I have washed the floors and shampoooooooed the carpets every day since I've lived here. Sooooo there is no need for a deep cleaning before I put it on the market...
I break all the windows and replace them every three months....saves money on window washing...and all my windows are in tip tippee toptop condition - nothing for a home inspector to complain about there!
I spend at least an hour a day on the prowl with a fly swatter making sure my home is varmint (nod to Candice A. Donofrio!) and critter free.
The view of the golf course is the best ever. In fact, truth be told, it's the golf balls that break the windows - not me! Spend time in the back yard - if you enjoy Zumba!
I know from other folks I've spoken with that not only is my area untouched by the economy, but with a declining market elsewhere, my property is actually INCREASING in price due to the fundamental economic theory of balance and counter-balance.
I've inspected my home with a fine tooth comb 6 ways since Sunday, and I challenge anyone to find any fault or blemish with it - it's immaculate! Or was that the conception?
Due to all the above I will refuse prospective Buyers the right to any inspection period whatsoever, as there is nothing wrong with the property.
In fact they are not even allowed to set foot in the property unless they have already made an offer!!
It is my goal to set a new worlds record with the sale price of my home - in fact - I will only take Green Cash - no need for any of those pesky appraisers to be sticking their noses in my business!
Now - if you'll excuse me - I forgot I had a previous appointment at the local clubhouse to hear the author read excerpts from "Dementia for Dummies" - although I can't for the life of me remember what it's about......
Hmmmm...May I suggest that you:
a) Agree to Price it at Market Value and make it "Ready for Showtime" or