Wednesday, November 2, 2022 / by Abigail Smith
Tips for Selling Your Home During the Holiday Season
It is common knowledge in the real estate world that the spring months are the best time to market and sell your home. Demand is usually at its highest, buyers understand that the buying and moving in processes often take a few months to complete, and families will want to settle in before the new school year begins. The holiday season might not seem like the ideal time to sell, however there are benefits to selling your home at this time of the year.
Inventory, the number of homes available to buyers, is usually low. Buyers will face more competition for a home, which may command a higher selling price.
If a buyer is “in the market”, you can bet they are serious about purchasing a new home. There will be more serious buyers and less “we’re just looking” people.
When holiday decorations are done with comfy and homey in mind, an emotional connection is easier to establish with potential buye. ...
Tuesday, October 11, 2022 / by Abigail Smith
Stage A Nursery Or Home Office – Which One Attracts Potential Buyers
Your home is going on the market, and it means getting everything ready for at least one open house. Clutter is put away, and family photos are carefully stored away. Even the kitchen junk drawer is organized for the first time in years. Couch pillows are fluffed, and the home has plenty of curb appeal. All that’s left is to decide what to do with the nursery.
Not every potential buyer needs or wants a nursery. They may see it as a waste of space, finding it difficult to envision the room as anything else. Your nursery can appeal to a smaller group of buyers, primarily those planning on starting families. However, the work industry is changing with more employees working from home.
Staging an office instead of a nursery can help your home appeal to a larger selection of buyers, and it doesn’t take a lot of time or money.
Get Rid of the Clutter
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Monday, November 22, 2021 / by Abigail Smith
Lets see! Within just a couple miles, the same size home can double in price- here's an idea of what you'll get for half a million cash in each of these spots*. We went through 15 surrounding cities to see which gives you the most bang for your buck, and which gives you the least.
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*Each of the homes featured here sold within the last 30 days, for between $490,000 and $510,000.
For $495,000, you can get 3,037 sqft, 4 beds/ 3 baths on a 8,712 sqft lot, with an attached garage
Concord is one of the larger cities surrounding Charlotte and 12th largest in the state. Many new upper-middle class and wealthy people are moving to the area, within many decided to build their homes. The median home price here is $260,223, with increasing home value appreciation. In this past year Concord has provided great opportunities for short-term real estate investors.
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Monday, June 14, 2021 / by Jessi Fauber
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 / by Jessi Fauber
While you may have been ready to buy a home during the 2020 spring market, the uncertainties caused by the pandemic may have put a damper on your plans. At this point, you may be uncertain about your post-COVID-19 real estate goals and unsure whether the opportunity to work from home will inspire you to move to another market or another type of home.
If you’re looking to get ready for a home purchase a few months down the road, this plan will help ensure you’ve covered all your bases. From finance to logistics, it’s important to think through the changes on the horizon to streamline your 2021 home purchase.
Preparing to finance your purchase
One of the first things you’ll want to think about is the financing for your home purchase. Talk to a real estate professional and ask for an introduction to a mortgage lender, if you don’t already have one in mind.
Talk to your lender about the pre-a ...