The MLS, or Multiple Listing Service, is a database that all real estate agents have access to. It is a site that consists of homes for sale in that particular area. If you are looking to sell your home, chances are you looking for the best way to market it. The MLS is the real
When marketing your home, you're going to want the description to highlight attractive features and give interested buyers that extra nudge to schedule a showing. Your home's description is a chance to point out unique elements in your home that might not be obvious anywhere else in the listing. This is your chance to tell potential home buyers
It’s no secret, sellers are typically stressed about selling their home. Sellers find themselves in this situation repeatedly because they are unaware of what will truly effect a sale. Selling your home can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Know what issues to avoid by understanding the 7 mistakes sellers often make below.
Congratulations! You’ve sold your home for $300,000! Before you start happy dancing, maybe you should know that $18,000 of your profit transfers to your listing agent’s and the buyer’s agent’s commission. That initial purchase price might have looked pretty good, but you’re actually walking away with significantly less than you thought. You might be familiar
First impressions are important, and when buyers are scrolling through different listings online, you want them to like what they see. It's hard to do that when pictures look small, fuzzy, dark, or unnecessary. You don’t need absolute perfection, but your property's images need to be good enough to make a buyer want to come
Don’t throw away your money when selling your home. So often sellers undertake pointless remodels that offer little to no return. When marketing your home, make small strategic changes to impact how buyers view your property without breaking the bank. Enhance your properties value with these six inexpensive updates below. Add Some Curb Appeal The curb