As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, sellers often ask us for tips on how to inexpensively prepare their home for sale. In this post, I’ll talk about the importance—and value—of a clean house!
One of the most common conundrums that sellers face is how they should handle showings if they have pets. Selling with pets doesn’t have to be a headache! Read on for my tips on how to do it successfully.
I’ve discussed decluttering and staging a home in preparation for selling it. Both of these are crucial for selling a home while you still live in it. But what if you’ve already moved out?
If you read my last blog and declutter your house in preparation for selling, great job! Here is my second tip for selling your home: staging.
Overwhelmingly, when Jeff and I meet with potential sellers, they want to know how to sell for the most money WITHOUT spending a fortune on improvements. It’s a great question and has a simple answer: get rid of stuff. It is crucial to declutter your home when selling.
Living in Minnesota has its fun but the cold has officially gotten old and it’s only January 2nd. Ice is always a hazard when it comes to winter- especially when it involves pipes. But when should icy exhaust pipes become a concern?
Finally- peace can return to your home. You’re welcome.
It’s happened to everyone. Daylight savings time started weeks ago and everyone said “you should change the smoke detector batteries.” The spend-thrift in me thought, “why would I recycle batteries that haven’t died yet?”
When we set out to build a new home, I wanted to incorporate a few specific things because I knew that adding them later would be expensive. Here are a few things to keep in mind when building a new home.
It’s a question we’re asked by many potential sellers when we first meet them. The question is a valid one but shouldn’t be the only factor when choosing a real estate agent. Here are some other important questions for potential agents.