Dos and Don’ts of Home Staging

Dos and Don’ts of Home Staging

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. Don’t Use Beat Up or Ugly Furnishings Great...
Hosting an Open House is Time Well Spent

Hosting an Open House is Time Well Spent

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. Go Out With a Bang and Get More...
5 Things Neighbors’ Houses Can Tell You About Your Own

5 Things Neighbors’ Houses Can Tell You About Your Own

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. How Unique Your Home Is Are there 10 other homes of a similar size, with similar features from...
5 Fixes to Make (or Not to Make) Before Listing Your Home

5 Fixes to Make (or Not to Make) Before Listing Your Home

When it comes to listing your home, there’s no single set of black-and-white rules that apply to every property and every seller. But check out these things to think about as you walk through your home with an agent or stager. Paint Fix! There’s no...
Surprising Home Buyer Turn Offs

Surprising Home Buyer Turn Offs

Putting your home on the market? Consider these common buyer turn-offs and make sure you’re in good graces with potential buyers. Dirty or Crowded Homes It can’t be overstated how important it is to de-clutter and clean. Buyers want to look at your home,...
Google Your Address

Google Your Address

Your house has an online identity, and whether or not you’re thinking about selling, you should know what it is. Here are some of our favorite reasons to Google your address… because you can bet buyers will! See if Megan’s Law Registrants Live Nearby...