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Theory of Realestatetivity on Preparing Your Home

When you are trying to prepare your house for sale there are a few things I would like to remind you to be aware of. These tips are things sellers normally either forget or do not even know to thing of. 1. Paint. If you can try to repaint your walls a natural color. Buyers do not want to be distracted by the colors of your walls. This also helps the buyer be able to envision their personal belongings in your home. 2. Clean, de-clutter, and depersonalize. You want your home to look as clean as possible when you have potential buyers taking tours of your home. By cleaning and de-cluttering this will make your home look well kept and appleaing.One thing most home owners and even realtors forget to do after cleaning the bathroom is to CLOSE THE TOILET. Leaving this open is not something people want to see in pictures or in their walk through. By depersonalizing your home this will also help with the buyer to be able to envision themselves in your home. This means take down all person pictures, accents, children toys are put away, and pet items are put away. 3. Staging. Keep the decor simple. Again your goal is to help the buyer to be able to envision themselves in your space. make sure you have light bulbs replaced if they needs replaced or even replace them with a brighter light output. Bringing in plants into the space is a good idea too. This will give it a calming natural feel to the space. Make sure you clean and organize your closet spaces as well this will make...

Theory of Realestatetivity for Keeping It Clean

When it comes to selling your home its best to keep it clean. It is hard to keep up with it when you are living in the house you are selling, but it will help your house sell better when it is clean and neat looking. Here are some areas I fell that are common problem areas for people when it comes to cleaning their homes. 1. Dust– I have learned that your home’s humidity level can cause more or less dust in your home. If your humidity level in your home is to high it creates the prefect environment for dust mites to live and grow, but if your levels are to low then it can create static which attracts more dust. I read it is better to keep your humidity level in your home between 40% to 50%. This well help with it being to dry and not to moist. It also helps to wash your vents in your home with soap and water at least once a year. 2. Ovens- Personally when it comes to cleaning ovens I do not like using chemicals. It is harsh on my skin and smells horrible. An easy way to clean ovens without harsh cleaners use a pumice stone. Get the stone wet and warm, then use it to clean off cooked on food and grease. This will clean your oven faster and without using harmful cleaners. 3. Carpets and Furniture- It is a good idea to get your carpets and furniture cleaned when you are trying to sell your home. Once you have gotten the carpets and furniture cleaned away to keep them clean is...

Mortgage Lender vs Mortgage Broker

First off you should know the difference between a Mortgage Lender vs a Mortgage Broker. A Mortgage Lender is a company. They only get mortgages within their company. For example: Wells Forgo Mortgage, Ruoff Home Mortgage, and Union Saving Bank are Mortgage Lenders. A Mortgage Broker is an individual person. A mortgage broker has multiple sources to get you the best interest rate or loan terms possible. This is a more personable experience. The broker will be dealing with you directly, but he will be handling all the haggling with the Mortgage Companies. Just beware that some brokers have deals made up with certain mortgage companies for a bigger profit. This could make a better deal for them instead of for you. I personally do not have a preference as a realtor on if the buyer uses a Mortgage Lender or a Mortgage Broker. Who ever can offer the buyer the best deals is what it really comes down to. My advice is to shop around. Get advice and references from family members, friends, and online reviews. I would then go and meet the Leander(s) or Broker(s) for a personal interview in order to make the best educated decision. It is important to do as much research as possible before making a decision.   Image...

Marketing YOUR Home

Marketing Your Home What i will do for YOU! Immediate placement in the MLS, which notifies the 7145 REALTORS in the Indiana Regional MLS your home is on the market until SOLD. Your home will be viewable on over 10,000 Buyer websites until SOLD. A mass mailing to your area and my select database telling that your home is for sale. (Up to 400 pieces.) Internet access to homes competing with yours along with 15 minute updates. 2 spots on the Century 21 Bradley TV show, Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on WPTA channel 21, the only real estate show in Fort Wayne, with that ad then placed on the Century21Bradley.com  website, on in streaming video and uploaded to YouTube until SOLD. House Hunt 24/7,  Prospective Buyers can get MLS information on your home with a phone call which notifies me immediately of their interest. Our office is open and staffed 7 days a week, 72.5 hours, to answer calls about your home. My experience, 15,496 days today, March 21, 2016. I am the Top Agent for 2011, 2012 and 2013. Century 21  Bradley Realty is the #1 C21 office of over 2000 Century 21s in the United States for number of homes sold in a year. SMARTER.BOLDER.FASTER CONTACT ME TODAY! 24/7 CELL/VM (260)760-4655 EMAIL ED@EDMCCUTCHEON.COM  ...

Real State of Real Estate 2015

The Real State of Real Estate for 2015 It has been exactly 8 years since I last sent out my personal in-depth analysis of what really happened to the single family homes listed in the Upstar Association of REAL TORS Multiple Listing Service, specifically Allen County. In the years prior to 2006 my figures and the MLS had been different. However, in March of2006, after receiving my RSofRE letter for a number of years, the MLS Director changed the MLS’ method of calculation to the way I had been doing it and now both our statistics are nearly identical. And no, I did not get a trophy. Any/all numbers shown in red are adjusted to represent 2014 dollars based on the cost-of-living/inflation index. The 2014 Allen County Real Estate Market with Comparisons to 2006. Number of homes listed for sale; 7429 (14,336 in 2006) Number of homes sold and closed; 5,080 or 68.38% (8,118 or 56.63% in 2006) Number of homes that failed to sell and close as of December 31,2014; 2349 or 31.62% (6,218 or 43.37% in 2006) ( includes pendings, expireds, withdrawns and canceleds ) Average days on market (DOM) if you combine solds and failed to sell; 111 days (195 in 2006) (My average DOM for 2014 is 62 and my median is 25) Average list price; $145,563. In 2006 it was $153,564. Average sales price; $133,683. In 2006 it was $137,677. This means a net decline in average sales price of 2.9%. And all you hear about on the news and from the REALTORS is about the increase in property values. It’s not true. Average...

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