What Is Wrong With Your Home's Curb Appeal?

Posted on: 26 April 2017
As a homeowner, you probably know the importance of curb appeal when it comes to selling your home. Even though most homeowners know that the first impression can sometimes be everything to a potential buyer, some sellers still make ghastly mistakes that result in fewer buyers touring their homes. If you are planning to sell your home, here are a few curb appeal mistakes you need to avoid.   Leaving Clutter Outside of the Home
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Renting A Furnished Home? What To Ask

Posted on: 24 April 2017
Whether you plan to take a long vacation that lasts a number of weeks or happen to be in town for a short-term work assignment, renting furnished homes can be the perfect solution. You don't have to stay in a hotel for such a long period, and you'll feel more at home in a personal setting. However, to ensure your stay goes smoothly, you should think about asking these questions.
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Make Those Little Fixes To Help Move A Property For Sale

Posted on: 20 April 2017
The look of a home helps sell it. The reason looks matter so much is not just because people would like to live in a pretty home. Buyers don't exactly like to spend a lot of money fixing up a property when not inclined to do so. Older homes may still need a little work. The emphasis here is on the word "little". Major problems, such as a collapsing roof or corroded plumbing, do need to be fixed or else the home won't likely pass a mortgage inspection.
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Get Valuable Information From Your Real Estate Agent By Asking About These Topics

Posted on: 12 April 2017
When they're ready to buy a home, some people take the approach of knowing exactly what they want and where they want it — and, in some cases, they already have their desired home picked out after attending some open houses. While this approach can lead to quick results, it may not give you an opportunity to really pick your real estate agent's brain to gain some valuable insider information. If you're thinking about buying a home, there's no harm in consulting with your agent before you make up your mind.
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