Category Archives: Sell Your Home

Is it time to downsize? 11 questions to ask yourself

The big house has had a lot of memories. But it’s not the same when you’re down to one or two people in a large space. Is it time to sell and downsize? Ask yourself these questions to determine whether it’s time to sell and downsize.

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Staging bedrooms your kids can live with

How to reduce drama, encourage adventure and attract buyers for kids rooms

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Let’s face it. Kids are messy and their rooms can be chaotic. When itcomes time to stage children’s rooms, the goal is to create a kind of idyllic space that’s not real life – it’s a dream, a fantasy of how people imagine a child’s room should be.

The space also has to appeal to buyers with no kids or kids of different ages. Oh, and your kids are going to live in it at the same time. Is that even possible? Follow these tips for a kids space you can live with that attracts all kinds of buyers.

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4 Reasons to Sell a Home in January and February

Current market trends show it’s better to list before Spring

There’s a prevailing notion that waiting to sell until Spring is the best course of action for homeowners. Typically, homes sell for higher prices in the summer months. But current extenuating circumstances should have sellers contemplating an earlier listing. Here are 4 reasons to sell now: Continue reading 4 Reasons to Sell a Home in January and February

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Low-Cost Wow: 16 Affordable Kitchen Staging Ideas

Kitchen staging doesn’t have to cost a lot to create impact with the 3 Cs

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Your kitchen is probably the most important place in a house to stage. It’s the center of home life and sets the stage for the wow factor. It’s also the hardest to stage, because making it pretty isn’t convenient for everyday life. Thankfully, kitchen staging doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective. Continue reading Low-Cost Wow: 16 Affordable Kitchen Staging Ideas

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7 Bad Habits Sellers Should Break for Bigger Profits

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You don’t need a new year to decide to break bad habits. Bad habits are behaviors that affect your personal life and wreak havoc on your finances. If you’re a homeowner, your home is your biggest financial asset (most likely). When it comes time to sell, it’s easy to fall into some bad habits that will undoubtedly cost you some of your equity. Let’s break these habits and look at better options to make you more money. Continue reading 7 Bad Habits Sellers Should Break for Bigger Profits

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