The only thing worse than not staging your home for sale at all is to spend your time and money doing the work only to have buyers react badly to it. Here are a few common dos and don’ts for staging success.
Whether you’re hanging a picture or mounting a television, anything that goes on your wall needs something to anchor it in place. If you can’t find a stud where you need one, though, you could have a problem. That’s where drywall anchors come in.
You’ve probably heard the saying, “all real estate is local”. It’s a truism that refers to the unique qualities of neighborhoods and properties – and the importance of working with a real estate professional who intimately understands a local market.
Prepping for an open house is a lot of work, and the idea of having strangers roaming your halls for a few hours can be a little awkward. Not sure if you want to open your doors to all potential buyers? Here are four things to consider.
Buying and selling real estate can be stressful for the entire family. In times of family stress, communication often breaks down. However, there are several ways to improve communication to find consensus amid the chaos.
Thinking about selling? Check out the comparable homes (“comps”) in your area, because they can tell you so much about what to expect if you list your own house.
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