Got an ugly house? A less than stellar location? Wallpapered rooms? Shared driveway? Lucky you! The path of least resistance is now 4 lanes wide to sell your home in a likely muilt-bid situation as buyers are anxiously considering paying more and accepting less than they ever dreamed thanks to the current inventory shortage. Of course, [...]
The numbers are in and we crushed it again in 2018! Home Selling Team grabbed the top spot with 259 sales and a 20.3% market share in our 20-town region, the next closest company at 140 sales and 10.97% market share.
How'd we do it you ask? A roster of accomplished full-time real estate professionals focused on training, education, service, marketing, collaboration and synergy with a dash of grit and a healthy dose of fierce determination.
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Wallpaper: Wallpaper & borders, old and new, even if it is tolerable and to the buyer’s taste (not likely) it is usually very difficult to remove and painting over it is not really a good option. It could require a steamer, a scraper, and a sander and sometimes the sheet rock comes with it. Hiring it out could be a costly expense that the [...]
Buyers Prefer to Buy in the Summer
Kids are out of school and families are relocating. New semesters and many academic jobs start in the fall and everyone would like to be settled by then. There are more buyers hunting with more availability to look at homes on weekdays and weeknights with the whole family in tow. Your friends and [...]
Twice this week a seller said to me, “We are selling as is.” Upon further questioning in both instances, I realized their intent was not only not to repair potentially big ticket items that a buyer would fully expect to be functioning at time of purchase but they also did not think this would significantly impact their sales price. What?