Found 35 blog entries tagged as Anchorage real estate.

Are you looking to buy a home soon, or want to calculate what’s left on your home loan? 

Purchasing a home is one of the biggest decisions you can make, so we want to make sure you’re well informed on your decision. 

Mortgage calculators can be a very useful tool when making the decision to purchase property! This tool provides you with: 

  • A great idea of what you can expect to pay on your future home

  • An understanding of what your estimated monthly payments will looks like 

  • The ability to reverse engineer your home search to see where your ideal price range is 

  • How your down payment or interest rates will affect your payments over time 

  • It provides a rough amortization schedule 

  • Calculations…

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Steve Cinelli is the civil engineer we use when working with our clients because he is the best in the area at what he does! As a civil engineer, Steve draws up designs for new buildings from a structural standpoint, as well as making changes to already existing structures.

Steve Cinelli is known for his cutting edge technology and exemplary service! He is an expert in this industry and we know that we can always count on him to get the job done! Steve Cinelli provides the best quality work for our clients and he helps make Precision Home Group stand out!

We highly recommend using Steve Cinelli for any civil engineering services you might need in the future! If you are looking for a referral, he would be a great person to reach out to. You…

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Before buying or selling a home, we have to go through various third party vendors to ensure that the property is in good condition, and you are getting the best deal for your prospective future home.

Lori Guy works for Stewart Title, and is one of the best title representatives in the area!

When buying or selling a home, it is common practice for a title company to be involved in the transaction -- and that is exactly what Lori does! Her primary role is to ensure that the person selling their home has the right to do so. She does this by validating the transaction through extensive fact checking. After their information requirements have been met, she then issues a guarantee that is backed by title insurance. This title insurance is meant to…

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Precision Home Group strives to go above and beyond. At the end of the day, you aren’t buying four walls and a roof -- you’re choosing the future that you want to be a part of.

There are a lot of things that go into selling property, and we want to give you some tips and tools to help you get your home sold! Some of the Items you might find useful in this article are:

What We Can do for You

Listing Timeline

Home Preparation Tips

Home Preparation Checklist

The Photo Process

Marketing Matters

Getting Offers on Your Home

 

What We Can do for You

There are dozens of tasks that we take on as Realtors. From marketing to listing paperwork, negotiations and more. In the grand scheme of things, we are helping you achieve your…

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There is no denying that this has been quite the year for everyone - a rollercoaster of events with many ups and downs along the way. In light of that, we want to give you some takeaways we found helpful, so you can end the year on a positive note. 

 

1. Analyze

Assess what you've learned. Maybe you learned a lot of ways to do something (or not to do something). Maybe you've overcome hurdles you've never imagined. There are lessons in the good and the bad.

 

2. Step It Up

To make the best out of any situation, it is important to operate from the highest version of yourself. It’s easy to step back and blame. What’s harder is owning our shortcomings and taking initiative to take action.

 

3. Get Clear

What are you looking…

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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…

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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 several home viewings.

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Every Realtor wants a quick sale, an easy transaction that is as stress free as possible.

Our team does everything within our power to exceed these expectations for our clients. However, every property, homeowner, and situation is unique, and listing a home it’s not always as straightforward as you might think.

Last summer, we listed a triplex and got an offer for our client in 14 days!

Everything was looking great and running extremely smooth, until about three days before the closing date.

We got a call from the title company saying that we wouldn’t be able to close because the carport extended over the property line, by matter of about four feet. 

My client could not extend the closing date because he was due to leave the country for…

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When faced with difficult situations you have two choices: succumb or overcome. 

To succumb is to fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force. It is, quite literally, a failure by giving up and letting your environment control you, your surroundings, and your future.

To overcome is to overpower or overwhelm, succeed in dealing with a problem, defeat an opponent and to prevail.

We are given these choices everyday, and must face them head on.

Currently, there are still restrictions on who is considered "essential" and what businesses can operate. I know that this is a point of contention however, I believe all businesses are essential in some way, especially when it comes to local economies. And, of course, people are…

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Even though we are in interesting times with a volatile financial market, real estate is still growing! I just put together one of my biggest deals ever this week.

We are now pending on a $2,000,000 commercial property in the Valley. We’re working with a developer to create a new project and will be releasing more info about that in coming months.

There are tons of ways to look at every situation. We choose to seek the positive and the opportunity.

 

 

Precision Home Group is based in Anchorage, and provides real estate services to Southcentral Alaska. We will keep you informed on current trend and market dynamics to help you make the best informed decision. If you are interested in purchasing a home, get in touch with our…

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