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It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is almost here. Harder still: the concept of having to host the holiday at your own home. Even if you love opening your home to friends and family, hosting on turkey day can induce stress in even the most experienced home entertainers. To help out, we’ve collected some tricks that make cooking faster, clean up easier, and the whole event less expensive. Bonus: You won’t lose your sanity and snap at a guest (at least not more than once).
First impressions are often the only impression that a potential buyer will get of your home. Since over 90% of buyers begin their search online, you want to make sure that your listing is well represented through professional staging and photography. But that is only the first step. Nobody buys a home based solely on what they see online – they are going to want to see it in person.
What can you do to make sure that every showing of your house is a good one? Click to read article.
Whit Harvey has been selling homes for most of his life. He’s seen the process change over the years, from promoting listings through signposts and print ads to the new buyer who does their initial search online. But two things remain the same – the right price and the right presentation of the home.
“If your house is in perfect condition in a popular location, and you are getting a lot of traffic online, but few showings and no offers, then your haven’t arrived at the right price.” – Whit Harvey
What is the first thing that a potential buyer considers? Price. Most people have a ballpark figure of what they can afford, and sitting down with a mortgage broker or Realtor can help them pin down their price range. On real estate sites such as Realtor.com, Redfin, and Trulia, price filters allow you to search within your parameters in $25,000 increments.
A Realtor arrives at a list price for your home based on recent sales, how it compares to other homes for sale in the area, and general market conditions. This spring, popular neighborhoods in and around Baltimore have experienced a surge in listings, which means your home has some competition. Click to read more.