The #1 home maintenance item you’ll be glad you did when you go to sell is maintain your HVAC regularly. Get annual professional check-ups, do recommended repairs and keep your paperwork. Trust me, it will make life easier during inspection. Personal story…
I am selling a personal property right now with an HVAC I replaced in 2013. I had it serviced before listing and the company recommended $700 in repairs.
Of course I didn’t want to spend $700 on repairs, and I debated ab
The delay in the spring market lasted about 2 months. The market typically heats up in March, this year it wasn’t until late May that mortgage applications ramped up. What is fueling the fall market? Record-low mortgage interest rates Need for more spacious, multifunctional homes People no longer concerned about living close to their office Timelines that no longer revolve around the start of the school year First time buyers wanting a place of their own 2020’s housing market
Sold for $37,500 over asking.
You might be thinking, was it under priced? ⠀
The short answer is no. ⠀
An almost identical place next door sold for $375,000 the month before we listed. ⠀ So how did we sell for $426,500? ⠀
Here are the strategies that worked. ⠀ 1. CREATE OUTDOOR SPACE The sellers did everything I asked and more. When I said we needed to create an inviting backyard space, they did it in a weekend with pavers, gravel, string lights, seating and a fire pit fro