July 2020

Found 4 blog entries for July 2020.

Taking the right photos is one of the biggest influencers in marketing a home. Home searchers often use the internet to research homes and high quality pictures that are bright, clear, stand apart from the crowd. This can go a long way in selling your home quickly and can even get you a better deal! We take great pride in having excellent photography and want to put the best foot forward on your home! Here’s what to expect when the time comes: 

 

Have your home ready to shoot

If you’re not a photographer, or familiar with staging a home, sometimes it’s easy to look over the small stuff - the mop in the corner, the plethora of items you like on the bathroom sink for convenience, the used towels in the bathroom, or the assortment of kitchen

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There are some small things that can be done to prior to marketing your home that really make a difference. Good staging and taking care of minor repairs goes a long way. People want to envision their future in your home, neglected maintenance and excessive clutter can cause unwanted distractions from that process. The tips below include a few things that can be done to help with that process.

 

Curb appeal

Tidy up the grounds, porches and garage. Keep the lawn trimmed and edged. Make sure that your yard is clean of refuse. Your front door gives a vital first impression. Make sure it is scrubbed clean & painted if necessary. Manage visual landscape to improve curb appeal.

 

The magic of minimalism

Make the buyer feel at home by

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When buying or selling a home, it is common practice for a title company to be involved in the transaction. Their primary role is to ensure that the person selling the home has the right to do so. They do this by validating the transaction through extensive fact checking, after their information requirements have been met they then issue a guarantee that is backed by title insurance. This title insurance is meant to protect the lender and the owner from future unsubstantiated claims. The title company has a handful of responsibilities throughout the process. We have created a short list of tasks to give you a better understanding of what value they provide during the transaction.

 

Here’s a list of what they can do for you.

 

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Evaluating a neighborhood

Location, location, location! There are many things you can change about a home, but this isn’t typically one of them. There are no “perfect homes”, every home has its quirks. Find out what is most important to you and what are areas you are willing to compromise on.

Be ready to move quickly when you find what you want. Losing the opportunity to move on your dream home can be heartbreaking.

Pay attention to floor plans, would a particular layout work for better for your lifestyle?

Always do a home inspection. It will save you in the long run.

Vacant homes may appear bigger than they are. Use your phone to take photos, notes or videos of the properties to review later. Property details can blur together after

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