BUYING A HOME?
Buying a home can be a pleasant
experience, yet because it is a complex
process, anxiety levels can rise during
that time. Uncertainty about a mortgage
loan, worry over finding just the right
home, or concern over meeting deadlines
may all contribute to heightened stress
How can that stress be reduced or
eliminated? Very simply, the more you
know - the less stress you are likely to
experience. In other words, be an
How can you become informed? Contact a
agent that will provide complete
detailed answers to all your questions.
Ask the agent to research the market for
suitable properties, and set
appointments for you to see them. Ask
more questions, take notes, and then
compare your choices.
The agent can also arrange a qualifying
interview with a mortgage lender before
you buy. As a result, you may be able to
obtain a conditional mortgage
commitment. By knowing your financial
abilities, you gain the freedom to
choose from homes in the right price
The more you know, the less stress you
are likely to experience when you purchase a home
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Early each morning I will search the local MLS and find the
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SELLING A HOME?
When you decide to sell your home,
what can you do to prepare? To sell your
home in the shortest time for the
highest price, you need expertise in
marketing, financing, and negotiation,
as well as legal matters. So, the first
thing you do is to list your home with a
real estate agent who can put all their
training and experience to work for you.
As you physically prepare the home for
the market, put yourself in the shoes of
the prospective buyer and ask if you
like what you see. Consider repairs,
painting, and other improvements. Your
agent can advise you about the best and
most cost-effective improvements.
Remember that buyers generally seek the
least expensive home in the best
neighborhood they can afford. Be careful
not to “over-improve,” or you’ll price
yourself right out of the neighborhood.
Cosmetic improvements like painting and
landscaping can help a home show better,
and basic mechanical repairs to
heating/air conditioning and water
systems, as well as appliances, are also
a good investment in order to get top
To ensure your home will successfully
compete against others in your area,
contact your real estate agent, who can
estimate its fair market value and make
suggestions that will result in the
highest selling price in the shortest
amount of time.
If you're planning to sell your home in the next few months,
click on "My Home's Value", this FREE
service is designed to help establish your home's current
market value. Simply fill out the requested information. I
will use comparable sold listings to help you calculate the
fair market value of your home.