Maximizing a Small Garden’s Charm for Buyers

Maximizing a Small Garden’s Charm for Buyers

If you have even a tiny backyard garden, you can count on some buyers taking an interest in it – especially those who love to garden! So, it pays to make it look as enchanting as possible. Here are tips for doing just that: • Create a focal point. Every garden needs a...
Window Woes: Transforming a Less-Than-Perfect View

Window Woes: Transforming a Less-Than-Perfect View

Windows frame the world beyond. So, when you’re selling your home, what do you do if the view is less picturesque and more problematic? Fear not. There are clever ways to ensure potential buyers don’t fixate on a less-than-perfect view. Start with window treatments....
How to Select the Right Long-Distance Mover

How to Select the Right Long-Distance Mover

You don’t want to have issues with the moving company you’ve chosen — especially when relocating to a distant area. That’s why taking the steps necessary to ensure you’re making the best decision is crucial. Here’s just a sampling of what to look for: Recommendations...
Pros and Cons of Accepting a Conditional Offer

Pros and Cons of Accepting a Conditional Offer

Imagine you’ve listed your home and get a fantastic offer. The price is VERY good. The buyers have attached a hefty deposit and a pre-approved mortgage certificate. The only drawback? There is a condition. The buyers want to sell their home before the offer to buy...
5 Things that Lower your Home’s Perceived Value

5 Things that Lower your Home’s Perceived Value

Many seemingly small things can be a big turn-off to prospective buyers. So, it’s wise to identify and fix these issues when you list. Here are a few examples. 1. Outdated or Neglected Exterior: Chipping paint, a tired-looking façade, or uninspired landscaping will...
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