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Monthly Archives: August 2013

    Home Inspection: What it Covers

    By Admin | August 30, 2013

      The home buying process isn’t complete without a home inspection. Your real estate agent will mention it. The lender will ask about it. Even your closer will make sure the home you’re purchasing had an inspection. Home inspections are important. No matter how much you trust the seller, there are some things you need... Read More

    Top 10 Tips to Sell Your Home for Top Dollar

    By Admin | August 24, 2013

    1. Price your home aggressively
 Setting the right price for your home is the single most important decision you will make when you decide to sell. Go too high and you risk turning off every buyer in the marketplace, go too low and you leave money on the table. One simple but powerful technique for pricing your home aggressively... Read More

    3 Things to Avoid When Preparing to Purchase Real Estate

    By Admin | August 23, 2013

    If you are thinking about Buying Real Estate in the near future, there are three activities you should avoid. These are normal things we all do from time to time, but are unwise when contemplating a new mortgage application. Change careers: This is different than just changing jobs. If you have recently gotten a new... Read More

    10 Home Selling Mistakes

    By Admin | August 15, 2013

    1. Overpricing You obviously want to get the highest possible price for your home, but you won’t be doing yourself any favors if you price your home higher than the comps, i.e. the comparable homes in your area with similar square footage, construction, age and condition that sold recently or are currently on the market. Serious... Read More

    Get Maximum Value for Your Home

    By Admin | August 14, 2013

    Once you’ve decided to sell your home, one of the first steps you should take is getting the home appraised. The value of your home is determined by a real estate appraiser who helps home sellers and real estate agents set a realistic price for homes. An appraisal is especially important for homeowners who have... Read More