2017

  • Layout Details To Consider Before You Buy Commercial Real Estate

    In the world of commercial real estate brokering, you definitely want to hire a real estate agent who specializes in helping clients buy commercial properties. Partnered with this professional, you'll be able to discuss and visit listings that you believe will suit your criteria. When possible, task your agent with getting you floor plans of each commercial building that you're thinking of buying. Whether you plan to set up a retail store, office space, or something in between, you'll need to consider a variety of layout-related details before you decide to submit an offer — and a floor plan, coupled with in-person visits, can help you make up your mind.
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  • Turning That Small Bathroom Into A Larger One With Staging Tips

    When you want to show your home's best attributes, you want to try to make the bathroom become one of them. Most buyers put a lot of weight into two areas of the home and those areas include the kitchen and the bathroom. If you have a small bathroom, then you are already doing to be at a disadvantage. However, there are some tricks you can do that may help turn the bathroom into one that shows well, regardless of its smaller square footage.
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  • How Important Is The First Impression Of Buyers When Selling Your House?

    Most people will view between 8 to 10 homes before selecting the one they want to buy, and a lot of buyers will know right away when they view a house whether they will consider buying it or not. A lot of this has to do with the first impression a person has when seeing a house. First impressions matter a lot, and here are a few things to know about this if you want to sell your house soon.
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  • 3 Tips For First Time Home Buyers

    Purchasing a home for the first time is a major financial commitment. It can also be a stressful process for a first time home buyer to navigate. Finding the right home, getting financing, and making an offer can all be overwhelming. The good news is that there are plenty of things that those who are looking to buy a home for the first time can do in order to make the process easier.
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  • Value To Provide On Your Blog As A Real Estate Agent

    Having a web presence is integral if you want to succeed as a real estate agent in today's market. In addition to a website and social media accounts that you update regularly, you'll also want to write a blog. Some real estate agents use their blog to post updates about their listings, but you should use the appropriate section of your website for this type of content. Instead, make your blog all about providing value for sellers and buyers.
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  • Top To Bottom: Things To Look At When Viewing A House To Buy

    When you are in the market to buy a home for yourself, you are going to want to be cautious when you are viewing the homes in the area you want to buy in. Too many people make the mistake of getting wrapped up in the excitement of buying a new home and miss out on some of the important things that they should be looking for before putting an offer in on a house.
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  • The Importance Of A Great Property Description When Selling A House

    If you are almost done staging your home and are ready to meet with a real estate agent to list it, you might want to talk to him or her about the property description that will be used in the listing. The property description used can either attract buyers or turn them away, and that means that you will need a great property description if you want to sell your home quickly.
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  • Buying In A Warm Climate? Find Homes For Sale With Features To Maintain A Cool Home

    When you live in a mild climate, you do not have to worry much about features such as air conditioning, heating, or insulation because it may be a viable option to keep the windows open for most of the year. But, purchasing a home in a warm climate means you will want to pay attention to details that can help your family stay comfortable, especially during summertime when the weather is the warmest.
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  • Three Reasons To Buy A Country Cottage As A Second Home

    If you love "getting away for a while" and taking weekend getaways, then you may want to consider buying a vacation home. This way, you always have somewhere to go when you want a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life. You can even leave all of the essentials in your vacation home so that you don't have to re-pack each time you visit! While there are vacation homes in the city, in suburbs, and along beaches, the best place to buy one is often in the country a few hours from your permanent residence.
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  • Things To Look For When Performing Your Final Walk-through

    After the seller of a house accepts your offer to buy it, you and the seller will both have things to do and steps to take. Everything that is required by each party must be done by the closing date, and you will get the opportunity to make sure the seller has done everything necessary to the house before you close on it. This is done at your final walk-through, and you should plan to do this a day or two before closing.
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