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Where Do I Start? New Agent with questions

No matter where you’re coming from, heading straight ahead into a career that is paid completely on commission is scary. From my personal experience, and from listening to the challenges of my coaching clients,

Here are my top four recommendations to get you off the bench and into the game:

Drop the Price?

 

While the real estate market differs from the traditional market in that price is often a secondary requirement to a property’s amenities and location, appropriate pricing is still important to consider. However, pricing appropriately can be a challenge in a market that is both changing and also lends itself to less urgency in sellers who don’t necessarily need an immediate profit from their home.

How to Flip a House

House flipping has been on the rise for some time and with a number of popular house flipping television shows being broadcasted daily across the country, it is easy to see why it is so appealing. A short, thirty-minute episode makes the overall process look pretty easy to flip a home and resell it for a large profit, but don’t be fooled!

When to Sell: Tips for Watching the Market

it’s crucial to watch the market in order to gauge whether it’s time to put your house up for sale. There are several things to consider before doing so, especially when it comes to a decision as big as this.

Moving Checklist

You cleaned, re-organized, and staged your home in preparation for the iconic red, white and blue sign to be planted firmly on your front lawn. In the time it took to sell, you found your dream home, crossed all the “t’s” dotted the “I’s” and began the countdown until the keys to your new home are in your hand. The day has finally arrived, which means you have one last challenge to face: Moving Day!

5 Mistakes New Home Buyers Should Avoid

You’ve decided that it is time to buy a new home or to upgrade into a larger home. This is a huge decision and will be one of the largest purchases you will make in your life, so it’s important you understand what YOU need in a new home and that you communicate this clearly with your Realtor as soon as you start your search.

5 Reasons New Construction Might Be Right for You

If you’re looking at homes for sale, it might be worth adding some newly built houses to your list. There are plenty of good reasons — financial and lifestyle — that a new home could be the right home, and here are some of them.

Cheaper maintenance. The upkeep of new homes can be more economical. One study shows owners of new homes ­— defined here as those that are four years old or less — spend significantly less than homeowners in general.

Winter Emergency Kit

10 Important items: to tell homeowners to be prepared for this coming winter.

  • Food Cans
  • Battery-powered radio
  • Water
  • Toilet Paper
  • Paper Towels
  • First Aid Kit for the number of people in the home
  • Whistle
  • Flashlights
  • Batteries
  • Blankets

What are Closing Costs?

It is widely known that venturing into homeownership is one of the largest investments you will ever make. You do your research to find out how much it will cost to buy a house, determine what you can afford, and set a monthly budget to help you stay on track. From your deposit to property insurance, to title insurance to lawyer fees, you know what you need to prepare for, but do you know what they all mean?

Selling Your Home In Winter

The good, the better, & best of selling your home this winter!

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