Typical Seller Mistakes When Listing Farmington Hills Properties

Typical Seller Mistakes Listing Farmington Hills Properties

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Seller behavior may affect the marketability of a listing. Some typical seller mistakes listing Farmington Hills properties are more critical than others. Sellers should know the impact of their own behaviour and avoid the errors below. Typical Seller Mistakes Listing Farmington Hills Properties Failing to Clean Up It can be tedious to keep a property presentable for every showing especially when you are still occupying it. Sellers must spend time cleaning prior to property viewings and open houses. Buyers will notice the mess instead of the amenities of a property, so neglecting to clean up will make your home less …

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Amazon Invades Farmington Hills Real Estate!!!

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Amazon has invaded the realm of Farmington Hills real estate—but you couldn’t say it’s happening in a big way. It’s happening in a tiny way. Last week the improbable news arrived that the web’s 400-pound gorilla had made its first foray into the realm of real estate. Since Farmington Hills real estate (like all real estate) is by definition local, its very nature would seem to preclude the buying and selling of homes as a mail order enterprise. But since Amazon.com has succeeded in other industries where failure had been assumed (high-end fashion, for instance), could local Farmington Hills real …

Labor Day House Hunting Changes

Labor Day House Hunting Changes

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A while back, Forbes noted what they called “The Four Ways the Real Estate Market Changes” after Labor Day. The article recognized a truism that holds for most parts of Michigan—namely, that the period between Labor Day and Thanksgiving is what most of us think of as “fall.” It went on to describe four ways the change of seasons alters the house hunting landscape. Although I may not agree entirely with their broad brush proposition that a great number of house hunters throw in the towel after Labor Day, the four market changes described are often true enough. Farmington Hills …