Oakland County Michigan Homeowners Stay Optimistic For Sale

Oakland County Michigan Homeowners Stay Optimistic

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Asking Oakland County Michigan homeowners whether or not they feel it it is a good time to buy a house can lead to an imprecise way of measuring the interest in the Oakland County Michigan homeowners to enter the housing market. The reason being that there are a number of personal factors that are weighed in when deciding if it a good time to make a move in this Oakland County Michigan housing market. The Fear of Oakland County Michigan Homeowners Oakland County Michigan homeowners have seen such a drop in local housing inventory that keep them from putting their …

Think FSBO Sellers Route Will Save You Money?

Many folks are tempted to take the FSBO Sellers route believing they’ll save a bundle by not paying an agent’s commission. They may imagine it’s a simple as sticking a sign in the ground and watching a qualified buyer magically appear. While that may happen occasionally, the vast majority of that time it doesn’t work like that. At all. FSBO Sellers Pricing It Right Coming up with the right asking price requires doing your due diligence. Researching what comparable homes in the area recently sold for is key. You may also want to hire an appraiser to be sure you’re …

Open House Tips-Get Home Sold

An open house is a great tool for taking your home from “for sale” to “sold.” But not all open houses are created equal, and if you want your open house to drive buyer inquiries and offers, you need to do it the right way. Take these open house tips to get your home sold: 1. Make sure people show up One of the first open house tips and a successful one is to make sure plenty of people show up. The more people that attend your open house, the higher the probability that one (or more) will fall in love …

Timing Your Farmington Hills Home Sale stop watch

Timing Your Farmington Hills Home Sale

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Hardly anyone decides to put their own Farmington Hills house up for sale without wondering whether there wouldn’t be a better time to do so. There are a couple of different ways to look at the timing your Farmington Hills home sale—but only one of them is controversial. Timing your Farmington Hills home sale is very important in this tight market when inventory is low and prices are soaring, the process should begin as soon as your ready. Timing Your Farmington Hills Home Sale Can Be Controversial Controversial: timing by the calendar. A good number of real estate commentators think …

Why Sell Your Farmington Hills Home Now?

Why Sell Your Farmington Hills Home Now?

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“Give me one good reason why selling now is better than waiting until next spring,” is a perfectly legitimate request. It’s a challenge to the traditional peak of Farmington Hills’s selling season. Why should right now, at the start of September, be the right time to sell your Farmington Hills home? Statistics show that more homes are sold in the spring and summer, that—plus sheer inertia—can be powerful arguments to the contrary. So here’s the “one good reason.” In fact, it could be the best reason. It’s the textbook Economics 101 basic rule about markets and pricing. The Economics 101 …

Farmington Hills Spring Real Estate Market

Spring Home Selling 2015 Preparedness-Get Ready!

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Spring Home-Selling                                                                                                                                               As many of us are looking forward to spring home selling 2015 housing market and an end to the cold winter, it’s hard to get excited about it …

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 …