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  • Every Step of the Way

    “Selling real estate is easy – anyone can do it!”  I promise, it isn’t as easy as it seems. Paperwork – Each state has different laws regarding paperwork that is required to sell a property. Real estate laws change frequently.  Real estate agents are trained to navigate the often complicated paperwork. It’s “THE ONE” –

  • Are you ready to sell your house?  Hiring a great real estate agent is one of the key factors to closing a sale.  Although the agent will handle many of the tasks during the sales process, sellers must do their share as well.  Believe it or not, selling a home is a team effort. Let

  • “Real Estate investing, even on a very small scale, remains a tried and true means of building an individual’s cash flow and wealth.”    Robert Kiyosaki  Investing in real estate is one of the oldest forms of creating wealth.  Owning real property offers many benefits including cash flow, profitability, liquidity, and tax advantages.  There are several

  • What makes a good real estate agent?  Often times, consumers become focused on learning how much a sales agent knows about the local real estate market and the agent’s sales experience.  Quite frankly, there is more to consider when hiring a real estate agent. Attention to detail – There are numerous details to be addressed

  • Being a REALTOR© isn’t just about buying or selling property.  In fact, real estate is a relationship business. Many different types of relationships develop during the course of a sales transaction.  For example, trust is earned during the course of a transaction between the agent and the consumer.  Often times this relationship continues after the

  • This time of year, sellers ask if they should wait until springtime to list their home for sale. Many people consider fall and winter to be the “off season” for real estate sales. However, we sell real estate 12 months a year. People are ready to buy homes any time of year. Fall is a

  • house prices

    If you start out with too high a price on your home, you may have just added to your stress level. A Listing Agent will market and promote your home to other local agents. This dramatically increases the sales force. During the first couple of weeks, your home should be a flurry of activity. First

  • checklist for selling home

    So, you’re ready to sell your home.  Getting your home ready before buyers come to visit is very important.  Here is a checklist of items you should check before the showing appointments start; Replace heating and air conditioning filters Check all wood surfaces for weathering and paint deterioration Clean siding Check all decks, patios, porches,

  • woman doing housekeeping

    Occasionally, you will receive a call to schedule a showing to take place within the next few minutes.  THE FOLLOWING IS A CHECKLIST FOR THIS TYPE OF PANIC: SOUND:  Turn off the television and radio. SIGHT:  Turn on every light in the house and open all drapes and blinds during the day. ODORS:  Heat some

  • Contemporary Living Room

    The following are some friendly tips to help you home welcome the buyers: First impressions are lasting impressions. An inviting exterior insures inspection of the interior. Keep your lawn mowed and edged, the flower beds cultivated and the yard clear of refuse. Wash the siding on your home. Cleanliness is next to Godliness. Bright, cheery windows and

  • Types of Listings Open Listing Gives a real estate agent the right to bring buyers to view your home. If their client buys the home, the agent earns a commission. There is nothing exclusive about an open listing and a seller can give such listings to every agent who comes around. For this reason, no agent is going

  • realtor disclosures

    Homeowners attempting to sell their home without the assistance of a real estate professional generally do so for one and one reason only. It’s to avoid paying a commission fee. Is it worth it? Only the homeowner can answer that, but experience has shown that many for-sale-by-owners find that it’s not. Before making a costly

  • se kansas real estate sell your home

    You’ve decluttered the garage and repainted the kitchen, bathroom and hallways. You took your REALTOR’s advice about improving your house’s curb appeal, and the grass has never looked greener. Yet your house still has a “For Sale” sign in front, and potential clients aren’t clamoring to see the inside. What’s the problem? Probably the most

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