6 Biggest Home Pricing Mistakes

You’re great, smart, and people just love you. A little praise has already taken you far in life, and now it’s time to apply it in pricing your home for sale. What’s wrong with a little self-confidence when attracting a buyer, anyway? Nothing. But watch out. Here are six things that overconfident home sellers do… Read more »

 


 

Insider Secrets to Pricing Your Home for Sale

Note: This post is part of our Home Sellers’ Journey series, where we walk you through every step of selling a home . For the first post on how to get started once you’ve decided to sell, please go to Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell. Now that you’ve prepped… Read more »

 


 

Got A Home for Sale? DON’T Call it Cozy!

Note: This post is part of our Home Sellers’ Journey series, where we walk you through every step of selling a home during peak season. For the first post on how to get started once you’ve decided to sell, please go to Six Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell.   It… Read more »

 


 

What Buyers Need to Know about a Home Inspection

A home inspection is a critical part of any home sale. It assesses the house based on functionality. Do the major components such as the roof, appliances and plumbing perform properly? Home inspectors are trained professionals who visually inspect everything and provide a detailed, written log of every aspect of the home that is deficient,… Read more »

 


 

Tips for Staging Your Home

Note: This post is part of our Home Sellers’ Journey series, where we walk you through every step of selling a home during peak season. For the first post on how to get started once you’ve decided to sell, please go to Six Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell. For those… Read more »

 


 

Six Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell

Ready? Set? The time to prepare for your home sale is NOW! Start now and you’ll be set to list during the peak home-selling season, ensuring you get top-dollar for your house.  Spring is almost here. Bears leave hibernation and people get moving. Literally. That’s right. Spring and summer consistently see a greater volume of home sales than… Read more »