Sell your home with a ….. T- Rex?

Social Media is all the craze and if you can get a video or photo (or anything really) to go viral, well then you’ve hit the jackpot. Here’s an interesting way to showcase a home’s features: Reminds me of that other guy who did “the floss” in every room for his Real Estate Home Tour! I’m not saying I would do this, but hey, if … Continue reading Sell your home with a ….. T- Rex?

SUMMER CHECKLIST

From summer vacations to winter holidays, it seems each season offers the perfect excuse to put off our to-do list. But be careful, homeowners: neglecting your home’s maintenance could put your personal safety—and one of your largest financial investments—at serious risk. In no time at all, small problems can lead to extensive and expensive repairs. And even if you avoid a catastrophe, those minor issues … Continue reading SUMMER CHECKLIST

Multiple offers received and all above list price….

I love the rush of receiving multiple offers on a home! I also love the challenge of determining the appropriate listing price- one that will attract the most buyers, one that feels like a ‘good value’ to not just the buyers, but also feels like a good sales price to the sellers.  The last thing a seller wants to do is “give their home away”….and … Continue reading Multiple offers received and all above list price….

HOUSE CARE: SPRING

From summer vacations to winter holidays, it seems each season offers the perfect excuse to put off our to-do list. But be careful, homeowners: neglecting your home’s maintenance could put your personal safety—and one of your largest financial investments—at serious risk. In no time at all, small problems can lead to extensive and expensive repairs. And even if you avoid a catastrophe, those minor issues … Continue reading HOUSE CARE: SPRING

To Stage…or Not to Stage?

Staging works.  It really does. Homes that are staged typically sell faster, because they appear ‘better’ online, which results in more showings.   Virtual Staging is also an option for online presence, but some homes just need “in person” staging as well.  (I’ve talked about Staging previously on this post and this post.) The best part of staging is that once the buyer is in the … Continue reading To Stage…or Not to Stage?

Should You Paint? My answer is YES!

This is a question that comes up again and again, and if you ask 3 different Realtors for their opinion, you may get 3 different answers! Some Agents will tell you not to spend the time and money to repaint all your walls, because it’s likely that the next owner will want to repaint the walls anyway to suit their personal taste. And while that may be … Continue reading Should You Paint? My answer is YES!