Preparation Tips To Get Your Home Ready For Its Sale

Posted on: 2 March 2021
When you put your house up for sale, there are some specific tasks you will need to do to help improve its ability to sell on the market and to help you attract a buyer and a good sale price. Here are some tips to help you prepare your home for a successful sale. Calculate an Accurate List Price If you are planning to put your home on the market, you will want to price your home appropriately.
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3 Model Home Tour Tips

Posted on: 11 February 2021
New is often synonymous with better and nicer, new home construction is no exception to this concept. For this reason, many buyers are giving new builds a second look. Should you decide to investigate your options in a new build, you will want to be more than prepared for the exciting, yet critical model tour. 1. Get an Agent Builders will generally require you to complete a contact card before they allow you to tour the unit.
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Questions To Ask When You Want To Buy A Cabin In A Rural Area

Posted on: 27 January 2021
A cabin in the woods sounds like a nice retreat from the pressures of daily life, and buying one is a goal for many people. The purchase of a cabin isn't that much different from buying a suburban home in terms of procedures and paperwork. However, it does require asking some specific questions because of the difference in location and building materials. These questions may sound alarming at first, but they are necessary for ensuring you stay safe if the cabin is in a non-urban area
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Buying a Lot for a New Build? Remember to Ask About Lot Costs

Posted on: 6 January 2021
A lot cost is literally the cost of the lot that your new house will sit on; in other words, it is the cost of the land and the costs resulting from dealing with features of the land that you have to buy in order to actually have a house there. These costs may or may not be included in your builder's estimate, and even if they are, there may be costs you can eliminate.
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