Your Realtor And The School District

Most people, when beginning the search for their new home, always seem to have two things at the top of their list: safe neighborhoods and good schools. I say most people because there are a few, people who don't have kids or have grown children who don't care about the school … [Read more...]

Clutter – Preparing Your Home For Sale

Clutter. ┬áIt's a little longer than the normal four letter word but it has about the same impact on the sale of your house. Look around. Stroll through all your rooms. See anything? Most of the stuff you see unless your one of the few "neat freaks" in the world is … [Read more...]

Don’t Be Your Home’s Tour Guide

Being your home's tour guide is almost as bad as over pricing your home. I say almost because no matter what you do, if your home is overpriced to the market it's in, it will never sell. However, being a "tour guide" when potential buyers and their buyer's agents visit your home … [Read more...]

5 Ways To Kill Your Home Sale

The other day I needed to "dis-engage" from a seller who seemed hell bent on not selling his house. To be fair, I took the listing complete with a listing agreement and all the disclosures. There were red flags I should have noticed but ignored. You see, like lots of real … [Read more...]

The Realtor – Client Relationship

If you've ever bought or sold a house, you know that picking a Realtor to help you with the process is no piece of cake. You have any number of articles and blog posts telling you what to look for and how many people you should "interview" before making the decision on who you … [Read more...]