Category Archives: For Sellers

If a Picture is Worth 1,000 Words…

…then why do we have so many bad ones? What kind of words does a really bad photo convey? Or a decent photo of an ugly room? It seems like such a basic concept – use a photograph to convey … Continue reading

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In the Pocket?

Great – if you’re playing pool! But what if you’re selling your home? Is that a good place to be? And just whose pocket are you in, anyway? You have to know what a pocket listing is before you can … Continue reading

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Really? Snow in May?

Here it is, June. The pools are open and people are planning their summers. So why, in a casual search of our MLS, do we still have photos of houses covered with snow? C’mon agents, update your photos! I read … Continue reading

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Renters Want to Buy

Fannie Mae, in a recently released study, states that consumer attitudes continue to be favorable about homeownership, particularly with the younger generations, ages 18 to 34. Slightly over half of them think that owning makes more sense than renting when comparing … Continue reading

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Biggest Home Seller Mistakes

Click on the infographic for get to the article – it’s good stuff! Data provided by ActiveRain.com. ActiveRain is an online community of real estate professionals who exchange best practices, write real estate blogs, and get free education from the … Continue reading

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