Homeowners who want their houses to sell need to do some homework before putting up that For Sale sign. Here are several tips to help your house sell sooner rather than later.
If you’re thinking about putting the house on the market, or are simply curious about its value in the current economic atmosphere, it’s essential to get an honest assessment of its value.
One of the most significant factors home buyers and sellers focus on when buying real estate is the negotiated sales price in the purchase contract. While the sales price is undeniably important, the fact is that other terms in the sales contract may have more far-reaching and significant effects on the transaction.
For most people, their home is their largest asset, so they want to maximize that asset by getting top dollar when they sell. Here are a few reasons you might not get top dollar when you sell – and how to avoid them!
A well-showcased home office can help your home sell faster, and for a higher price. Here are some tips to help your home office shine.
A few simple ways to help make your home more buyer-ready.
Inexpensive ways to spruce up bathrooms in a home for sale.
A home inspection is a thorough, top-to-bottom check-up of a home’s structure and systems.
When a home is listed for sale, its “clutter” can be the difference between a rapid sale and no sale at all.
In its monthly New Home Sales release, the U.S. Department of Commerce showed a 13 percent drop-off in annualized new construction sales between the months of December and January. It’s the biggest one-month drop in New Home Sales since May 2010.