April 2017

There are 2 blog entries for April 2017.

Are you thinking about, or in the process of trying to sell your home? Find out 5 things that make buyers bite and will make a difference in the bottom line.

A Nice Entryway- Impress home buyers right away by inviting them in with a beautiful entrance. Even just putting a fresh coat of paint on the front door freshens it up. If you don't have an entryway, make one by cleverly placing furniture to create one.

Hardwood Floors- Realtors agree that most house buyers are looking for hardwood floors. Out of all the types of flooring, hardwood will last the longest and never go out of style

Fabulous Fixtures-  Only the extremely detail-oriented will stop to inspect the doorknobs, faucets and cabinet knobs. Although real estate agents will

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By: Zillow (Jennifer Lyons) 

Save some room in your budget for expenses after move-in.

By the time you get the keys to your new construction home, you might feel stretched thin in the finance department. From earnest money and design center upgrades, to closing costs and moving expenses, buying a brand-new home is never cheap.

As you take a look at the costs on the horizon, it’s wise to look a little past your closing date. There are a few post-closing costs that are unique to brand-new homes and some that are familiar to all new homeowners.

Set aside a little money for these expenses now, and it’ll be smooth sailing once the “sold” sign is out front.

Appliances

Unless you’ve negotiated a washer and dryer into the price of the home

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