Don’t Be Guilty of Seller Sabotage

When a house spends more time on the market than the sellers thought it would they tend to look for a reason, usually casting blame on their agent. There are plenty of agents out there worthy of such accusations, however Read More …

Most Potential Buyers Are Incapable Of Imagining

Did you know that about ninety percent of potential buyers can’t imagine a home any other way than how it is shown to them? It is true. Only a very small percentage of people can visualize. Let’s take a moment Read More …

Whether Positive Or Negative A First Impression Cannot Be Changed

Preparing a home for sale is important because most buyers can’t see potential. Buyers will determine a home’s value based on what is presented to them…what they see with their own eyes. A home is only worth what a buyer Read More …

Get Market Ready Before You Get On The Market

The importance of having quality pictures when listing your home for sale has been the subject of many blog posts.  For good reason.  MLS photos are typically the first opportunity you have for making a good first impression because most Read More …

You Can’t Afford NOT To Prepare Your Home For Sale

Home Staging is one of the most misunderstood aspects of the home selling process.   “There’s no budget for home staging “ “We can’t afford to stage our home “ Something that home stagers and real estate agents hear every day. Unfortunately Read More …