Nome is perfect. There are bound to be flaws even in newly constructed homes. You can ultimately change it, live with it or leave it. Here are some common issues found in homes specific to the decade they were built. Knowing what to expect and look for may help prepare your budget and cut down…
Did you know that the total monthly mortgage payment on a $285,000 home is about the same as rent on most 3 bedroom apartments in Denver? No down payment? No problem. I can show you State sponsored Down Payment Assistance Grants. You don’t pay it back. Also, we are fortunate to have multiple down payment…
Many people think that staging a home effectively is a matter of money, but there are easy ways to dress it up and make it shine that don’t come with a high cost. If you’re looking for some economical tips that will go a long way in making a positive impression, here are a few ways to get your home prepared.
The spring is the most popular time of the year when it comes to real estate, and it’s a good time for a few fix ups if you’re putting your home on the market. While you may have a lot of different things to do before you’re ready for your first showing, here are the four things to keep at the top of the list.
From the cleaning to the organizing to the small fix-ups around the house, there can be a lot of minor details that go into staging a successful open house. However, there are a few essential items you should be sure not to forget about when you prep your home for an influx of potential buyers.
If you have a great house at the perfect price point, you’re already on the right path to selling your home successfully. However, there are still many tricks of the trade you can utilize to bring potential homebuyers to you. If you’re working with a real estate agent and are looking for great ways to grab attention, here are a few that may garner added interest.
From free pizza to a complimentary stay, there are many things home sellers have offered up in order to get their home off of the market and out of their hands. While buyer incentives can certainly come off as gimmicky, here’s why people have used these in the past and a few options you may want to consider if you’re experiencing setbacks with selling your home.