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How to Declutter a Home When it’s Time to Sell

How to declutter a home when it’s time to sell- it’s a question that I get asked frequently when meeting with potential seller clients for the first time. They want to know what in particular they should remove to help their home show at its best. We all know that clean, open, and decluttered spaces […]

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How to Sell Your House Tip #1- Get it Ready!

Knowing how to sell your house is an important component in actually getting your house sold. We as Realtors are very familiar with the process. At times it is easy to forget that home sellers may not be familiar with the little details that help facilitate a sale. The most important, #1 Tip that often […]

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Exterior Listing Photographs

Change your Exterior Listing Photographs in June

Here is an important tip for those Sellers who may have listed their homes in April or May, or even earlier. Typically exterior listing photographs taken in the early Spring will have snow in them.  However, now that the snow is finally all gone, it’s time to update your exterior photographs. Pictures are worth more […]

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Showing Feedback

Showing Feedback for Sellers Please

Showing feedback is extremely important, and is generally expected by both Listing Agents and their Seller Clients. The purpose of providing showing feedback is so that Sellers have an accurate picture of how their home is being perceived by potential Buyers as well as their Agents. Positive feedback is always great, but of course we […]

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How to Sell Your House, Like a Boss

So, you’ve decided the time is right to sell your house… now what?  Well, prior to actually listing your home, there are a few things that you should prioritize.  You want Buyers to perceive your home in the best light possible. Here are my 5 top tips to help you sell your house, like a […]

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