Sellers Secrets

Closing Costs And What You Need To Know

A break down for the proactive buyer and seller Closing costs are the costs associated with buying or selling a home. They will be different depending on if you are a buyer or seller. Typically buyers will need to save 2–3% of the purchase price to properly plan for their closing if they are not negotiating any seller concessions. Which means the seller will also pay for the buyers closing costs...

Reviewing The Preliminary Title Report For Your Home Sale

What is the Title Report? A title report is a document that outlines the legal status of a property and related information on its ownership. Key components in a title report include paperwork on the chain of ownership, unreleased or open mortgages, liens or judgment dockets against prior or current owners, and information on the county, zoning laws, property value, and current tax...

A Seller’s Guide to Upgrading Your Home with ROI in Mind

How to choose your next home improvement project like a real estate pro There is a lot of people that are getting into the real estate game for the BRRR (Buy, Renovate, Refinance, Rent) method for more passive income or just need to make some cost-smart improvements for a home their about to put on the market. Making upgrades can be as easy as replacing the handset on your front door and freshening up...

Creating Curb Appeal

First Impressions Matter Someone once said, “a stunning first impression is not the same thing as love at first sight. But surely it is an invitation to consider the matter.” This could not be truer than in selling a home. First impressions matter. Sometimes they are everything. Nothing sets the tone of a relationship or encourages a transaction more than first impressions. So, always consider what...

Pareto’s Principle for Home Sellers

“Eighty percent of results will come from just twenty percent of the action.” This is the Pareto principle, attributed to Italian economist and philosopher Vilfredo Pareto, who, in 1906, observed an intriguing correlation. He began work on the “80/20 rule” with the observation that 20% of the pea plants in his garden generated 80% of the healthy pea pods. This observation caused him to explore...

Compare listings

Compare