Thinking of any Home Buying or Home Selling in the near future there are some great books to help you along with your knowledge. Here are six great books

Home Buyers & Home Sellers Must Read Books-Six Great Ones

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These days in the complex world of buying or selling a home and with the winter weather here in Oakland County, Michigan it’s a great time to find some great books to read, especially if your thinking of buying or selling a home in the near future. There are many differences in buying a home as appose to selling one and being fully prepared when the time is right can be the difference between thousands of dollars out of your pocket. Let’s face it, buying a home or selling a home is one of the most important financial decisions you …

Farmington Hills Housing Inventory: The Lack Of

Farmington Hills Housing Inventory: The Lack Of

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As a Realtor for 17 years there I personally have never experienced a time like this for Farmington Hills housing inventory and the lack of it. The last time I checked the statistics there were less than 2 months’ worth of inventory currently in the Farmington Hills housing inventory which play into itself and effects more homes to become listings and available on the market for home buyers. It would seem that the very low Farmington Hills housing inventory prevents current home owners to get their homes on the market as they may find themselves in a situation as most …

Home Seller Fix Ups

Home Seller Fix Ups

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Many soon-to-be-sellers ask us how much time, effort and money they should put into Home Seller fix ups. In general, there is no hard and fast rule. It can depend on what type of buyer you are trying to appeal to. If your target buyer is a “fixer-upper” buyer, then obviously your cash outlay may be considerably lower than for a “move-in condition” buyer. The Three Phases Of Fix-ups The basics. Requires a minimum cash outlay, typically requiring more elbow grease than money. Includes: Mow the lawn. Trim the bushes. Edge. Clean closets, storage areas, garage. Wash windows. Scour the …