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Posted by Eddie Hoskins on 9/17/2018

The home selling process should be quick, particularly for those who offer great houses at competitive prices. However, problems may arise that prevent an individual from enjoying a seamless home selling experience.

When it comes to selling a house as quickly as possible, it generally is a good idea to be proactive. That way, you can resolve any potential home problems before you add your house to the real estate market. A proactive approach to selling a house also may enable you to minimize the risk of encountering time-intensive problems throughout the home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you avoid delays as you sell your house.

1. Perform a House Inspection

A home inspection typically is requested by a homebuyer after his or her offer is accepted on a house. Conversely, a home seller can perform an inspection prior to listing a residence to identify home issues and fix these problems right away.

During a house inspection, a property expert will examine a residence both inside and out. He or she then will provide an inspection report that offers comprehensive insights into a residence's condition.

A home seller should assess the results of an inspection report closely. By doing so, a seller can prioritize myriad home repairs and alleviate these issues. And as a result, a seller can prevent such problems from potentially stopping a home sale at a later time.

2. Establish an Aggressive Initial Asking Price

The price that a seller sets for his or her house can have a major impact on how quickly the home selling journey progresses. If a seller establishes an aggressive initial asking price for his or her residence, this individual may boost the likelihood of a fast home selling journey.

Remember, homebuyers are searching for residences that deliver the ideal mix of quality and affordability. If you price your residence competitively based on the current housing market's conditions, homebuyers may choose to pursue your house over others that are available. Then, it may be only a matter of time before you receive multiple offers on your house that are at or above your residence's initial asking price.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you're worried about encountering time-intensive problems during the house selling journey, there is no need to stress. For those who hire a real estate agent, you can get the support you need to address any potential home selling problems.

A real estate agent possesses the skills and know-how to help you simplify the home selling journey. He or she is happy to provide expert recommendations as you proceed along this journey. And if you ever have concerns or questions about selling your house, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

Want to accelerate the home selling journey? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can limit the risk of encountering potential hurdles that otherwise could slow you down as you sell your house.




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Posted by Eddie Hoskins on 9/10/2018

THIS SPACOUS HIGHLAND HOME has ornate exterior and interior features and needs TLC and updating. It has wonderful interior woodwork that could be brought back to a state of excellence with work and investment. Additionally it has a three car garage, fenced yard and a lovely porch. Be the first to make an offer. Purchase of this property will be by cash at closing or on terms acceptable to the seller. This is a Fannie Mae property.

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Posted by Eddie Hoskins on 9/10/2018

Many of us work long hours all week so that we can afford the luxuries of a nice home. Unfortunately, keeping your home clean and updated requires even more time that you donít have.

The good news is that there are a growing number of ways to make your home less high maintenance. Things like automation, decluttering techniques, and cleaning hacks have made it easier than ever for us to take care of our homes while still having time to enjoy them.

Home automation

Tony Starkís skyrise in Iron Man, the Jetson familyís house, and Nathanís lab in Ex Machina all have one thing in common: robots that help make our home lives easier. What was once reserved for sci-fi, however, is beginning to be introduced at affordable prices in the real world.

There are many different types of home automation devices available on todayís market. One of the simplest time-saving devices is Amazonís dash button. You can buy a button for several different household items. You keep the buttons in your cabinet or pantry and when you run out of, say, laundry detergent you can simply press the button and Amazon will automatically order and ship more.

For something more advanced, home assistants are gaining in popularity. Amazonís Echo, Googleís Home, and others are currently gaining traction. They typically look like a normal small speaker. But with them you can order items online, set alarms and reminders for things like cleaning or car maintenance, control your lights and thermostat, and more.

Cleaning robots

Youíve probably seen the Roomba before--the small robot that vacuums your house for you by learning the floor layout. If you havenít, nowís the time to look into them. The market is diversifying and the technology is improving, making them even more helpful to have around the house.

Robots arenít just for the indoors. You can now purchase a robot that mows your lawn for you. It learns the parameters of your yard, how to avoid obstacles, and soon itís cutting the grass while you sit back in a lounge chair.

Smart weatherproofing

While weíre on the topic of your homeís exterior, letís discuss some ways to make the outside of your home low maintenance. Gutter guards and leaf filters are a great way to make sure your gutters donít get clogged, protecting your gutters and in turn your foundation.  

When it comes to roofing, there are now several alternatives that will outshine and outlast traditional shingles. Metal roofs are growing in popularity as they now come in several aesthetically appealing forms.

Cleaning hacks

The best cleaning hacks are the ones that save you time and reduce the number of times you have to clean something. For the shower doors in your bathroom, cleaning them with Rain-X glass cleaner (built for car windshields) will keep them clear and shining longer.

Dusting a home takes a lot of time. Most people see dusting as an inevitable weekly task. However, there is a way to reduce the dust that gets kicked up in your home. The amount of dust that builds up on the surfaces of your home is largely due to air conditions. An air purifier and a humidifier can both help to reduce that amount of dust in your home.




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Posted by Eddie Hoskins on 9/9/2018

GREAT TOWNHOUSE WAITING FOR TLC: All inspection costs are the responsibility of the buyer, including smoke detectors. The buyer will also assume responsibility for utility turn-on and turn-off for inspections. Buyer and buyer agent must due diligence and verify all information. THIS PROPERTY CANNOT BE SOLD FOR LESS THAN LIST PRICE - MUST SELL FOR LIST PRICE OR HIGHER. The condition of the property may not support the connection of utilities and no repairs will be done by the Purchaser or Seller to make the property available for connection or de-winterization.

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Posted by Eddie Hoskins on 9/4/2018

THIS HIGHLAND NEIGHBORHOOD Ė LARGE TWO FAMILY HOME WITH TWO SPACIOUS UNITS AND A FINISHED ATTIC. This home has a large fenced yard, off street parking for two cars. Though it needs work it could be a great opportunity to build sweat equity in a great house in a great location and generous size and features. So bring your ideas and make this your very own. May not qualify for FHA/VA. CASH OR REHAB LOAN MAY BE REQUIRED. This is a Fannie Mae property,

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