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4 Winter Selling Tips to Consider

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As the days continue to get shorter and the holidays get closer, you may feel as if your time is running out when it comes to getting an acceptable offer on your home, and finally closing the deal this winter. It can be easy to check out of the selling process during the winter months, because there are fewer buyers and showings. But, winter can still offer the right seller a great opportunity, as buyers are everywhere and yours might be right around the corner! Here, we’ll discuss four ways to keep your home-for-sale looking its best even in the …

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Listing Your Home In Novi Michigan During The Holiday

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The real estate economy not only differs every year, but additionally from month to month. There are a few misconceptions about selling a home during various seasons. The following is information on listing your home in Novi Michigan during the holiday months will help you determine if it’s the right time to sell your Novi home. Inventory & Competition when listing your home in Novi Michigan during the holiday By listing your home in Novi Michigan during the holiday means less competition due to not many houses are listed for sale during the the holiday months. Home buyers still have a need …

selling your home in Farmington Hills Michigan as-is

Selling your home in Farmington Hills Michigan as-is

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If you have viewed properties for sale recently, you have probably come across the term as-is. Homeowners may prefer to sell as-is, but it is important to learn how a potential might react to it. Here is important information on selling your home in Farmington Hills Michigan as-is. Understanding What the Term As-Is Means As-is means that a home will be sold in its current state. This covers any problems that may exist, whether they are obvious or not. Buyers must perform an inspection to better assess any problems before finalizing the sale. Based on previous cases involving as-is clauses, …