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Classic business philosophy teaches that a great part of survival and subsequent success lies in an operation’s ability to reduce mistakes. The cost or repairing the mistakes is inversely proportional to the amount of profit potential of the operation. In other words…”Mistakes Kill the Profit Margin!”

We’ve all heard the old saying “A picture is worth a thousand words.” And, in real estate, pictures make a huge difference in how quickly you sell your home.

Is your den a disaster? Is your closet so crammed that you can’t find pants and shoes that match? If you’re like many people, you have so much stuff that you can’t control it. So you just throw up your hands and let it accumulate. Well, it might be time to call in a professional organizer. These specialists can help clear out and clean up junky garages, stuffed closets, dirty dens and even your computer’s hard drive.

When you decide to sell your home you should immediately begin referring to it as a house. A little harsh, I know, but you’ve become emotionally attached to it and it’s now time to say goodbye.

Many factors come into play when putting your home on the market, but a study conducted by Zillow in 2016 has revealed that ____ is the best month to try to sell your home - and in particular early...

A home sale contingency is one type of contingency clause which is often included in a real estate sales contract or an offer to purchase real estate. The clause states that the transaction is dependent (or contingent upon) certain circumstances - usually the sale of the buyer's home.

Closing expenses, or closings costs, are part of the process of finalizing the sale of a house. In some cases, the closing costs might be paid by the seller, and in other cases by the buyer. It will depend on the nature of the fees, and how good a deal the parties negotiate with one another.

Property auctions can be a great place to find fantastic real estate bargains. However, working in a property auction requires different skills and knowledge. Here is a quick start guide to help you navigate your first property auction.

If you've ever thought about owning a rental property and becoming a landlord, you likely have a few questions. What s in store for you? How easy is it to be a landlord? What problems are you going to face? Is it a profitable business model?

Buying a foreclosed home is different in several important ways from buying a typical home. Being aware of these key differences can help you spot a bargain versus a property to pass up.

A realtor listing agreement is a written, binding legal document between you as the seller of your property and a real estate agent who will help handle the sale of your home and earn a commission from it once the sale is made.

As we bid farewell to the old and usher in the new, it's the perfect time for homeowners to reflect on the state of their abode and set practical resolutions for the coming year. Whether you're a seasoned homeowner or just starting your journey, these New Year's resolutions will not only protect your investment but also enhance the overall quality of your living space. Let's dive into some practical and achievable goals for 2024.

'Tis the season to be jolly, but who says festive decor has to put a strain on your wallet? Fear not, because I've got some fantastic do-it-yourself (DIY) tips that will transform your home into a winter wonderland without breaking the bank. Let's explore creative and budget-friendly ways to make your space extra festive!

As we bid farewell to the old and usher in the new, it's the perfect time for homeowners to reflect on the state of their abode and set practical resolutions for the coming year. Whether you're a seasoned homeowner or just starting your journey, these New Year's resolutions will not only protect your investment but also enhance the overall quality of your living space. Let's dive into some practical and achievable goals for 2024.

As the old saying goes, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." In the case of selling your home, you want it to be love at first sight. A buyer who loves your home and thinks it is perfect for their needs will buy more quickly, and will often be willing to pay more as well.

You've found the home of your dreams, and made an offer. What happens next? Quite a few things, is the answer, before you get the keys to your new home.

Closing expenses, or closings costs, are part of the process of finalizing the sale of a house. In some cases, the closing costs might be paid by the seller, and in other cases by the buyer. It will depend on the nature of the fees, and how good a deal the parties negotiate with one another.

The inspection phase of a home will vary from county to county, but in general, all inspections will involve evaluating certain aspects of the home before a seller can sell their home to a prospective buyer.

Buying a new home can be overwhelming! There are so much to consider and so many things to remember. And then, of course, there are the emotions attached to new homeownership. So here's a handy checklist to use before you make a real estate investment.

Assessing the value of a home when putting it on the market with a realtor is affected by a number of factors. There are two numbers to consider when selling your home: assessed value versus market value.