Three Tips for Selling a Home with Foundation Issues

Posted on: 29 September 2016

Foundation issues are a red flag for buyers. Most buyers who look at a home with foundation issues are going to say "no thanks" and move on to other options. However, there are a number of buyers out there looking for fixer-uppers. Some of these buyers may not mind a home with fixable foundation issues. The secret to selling your home with foundation issues is finding these buyers and providing the right information to convince them that your home is the fixer-upper worthy of their time and money.
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What Makes A True Luxury House?

Posted on: 21 September 2016

Luxury is a term that developers and management companies like to throw around a lot nowadays, but what makes a house truly luxurious? Turns out the answer is extras -- extra amenities, fixtures that have extra features, and extra effort in sourcing materials for things like countertops. State-of-the-art features are also hallmarks of luxury homes. While some of these can also be installed in non-luxury homes, they typically aren't placed in those that are newly built.
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Looking To Buy A Home? 3 Things To Know That You Cannot Change On Your Own

Posted on: 31 August 2016

When some people look at properties that they may be interested in buying, they also consider the fact that they can make improvements, additions, or changes down the line to better fit their specific demands. Adding a new bedroom, expanding the kitchen, and fixing up the landscape are a few options. But, it is the things that you cannot change that will likely impact your satisfaction over time. It is important to understand what is completely out of your control before you commit to buying a certain home.
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Preparing For A Showing? Don't Miss The Fridge!

Posted on: 15 August 2016

If you're listing your home for sale, one of the things your real estate agent will tell you is that you need to stage the house. Staging means eliminating clutter, organizing, and making the home look welcoming to prospective buyers. While it's easy to go room-by-room and deal with the furnishings and pictures, one of the things you might not think about is the refrigerator. Since buyers will look at every single available space in your home, the fridge is an important consideration, too.
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