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Navigating the Multiple Offer Minefield – Part I

Multiple offer situations, or cases in which more than one competing offer is placed on a home, can be challenging for a homebuyer, especially one new to the process. Knowledge is half the battle when navigating the multiple bid minefield. Below are insights and tips from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) all buyers should […]

Seven Easy Ways to Make a Grand Entryway

The entryway or foyer of your home conveys an important first impression to your guests. For homeowners bent on making it a great first impression, designers at ElleDecor.com suggest seven easy ways to make an entryway look larger, brighter, and more welcoming: Use the Power of Mirrors – A well-placed mirror can instantly open up […]

Tips to Take the Stress Out of Buying or Selling a Home

Regardless of what side of the real estate transaction you’re on, buying or selling a home can be a stressful experience, and if you’re not careful, the anxieties associated with the process can become overwhelming. While getting out of the house for a massage or yoga class can be helpful, here are some additional ways […]

How to Prepare Your Home for a Pre-Listing Inspection

If an inspector is coming to look at your home before you list it, you may have a few questions. What will the home inspector look at? How can you prepare for the inspection? For insight and answers, we turned to the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI), who outlined many steps you can take before […]

Top Five Remodeling Projects that Sell Homes

Remodeling your home to sell this year? Expect to yield larger returns on your investment come resale, especially if the project includes an upgrade deemed most valuable in Remodeling magazine’s 2016 Cost vs. Value Report. The top five recouping projects in each cost category of the report are:

The Kitchen – Prime Selling Point for Buyers

The kitchen is the heart of the home—and whether you’re listing today or in the near future, it will be the prime selling point for buyers. To attract offers, it’s important your kitchen play into a cohesive theme that’s not only stylish, but also functional. Not sure which theme is right for you? Get inspired […]

Sellers Get More for Their Homes in the Winter

It’s a fact, sellers get more for their homes in the winter so stop waiting — go ahead and put your home on the market. Even now, with temperatures dropping, airports bustling and retailers still prepping holiday deals, it’s a good time to sell. In fact, Greg Jaeger, vice president at USAA Bank and former […]

Understanding Comps

Comps – or recent comparable sales – give real estate practitioners and appraisers the information they need to price a home at fair-market value. Though comparable data are clear-cut to a professional, how many sellers understand the various tangibles and intangibles that inform these comparisons? If the gap between seller perception and appraiser opinion is […]

Tips to Prepare a Vacant Home for Winter

For a home to remain in good shape throughout the winter it needs regular care and attention. When a home is occupied, many of the things that are necessary to keep it in good working order happen by default. But when the home is vacant, it is up to the owner or the property manager […]

Popcorn Ceilings Have to Go!

Calling all DIY enthusiasts: Those popcorn ceilings have to go. They don’t get much love from homeowners or homebuyers, and they can really bring down the overall look and feel of an otherwise attractive room. Popcorn ceilings haven’t really represented stylish home design since disco was on the radio, though they’ve certainly lingered a little […]

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