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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

sell my house fast

Hello, this is Shataa, "Your Local Realty Partner" and I have listed some tips to help you Sell Your Home! Whether you are trying to move up or you just need to sale your home, home selling in this market is still possible. Home Sales throughout Maryland vary. It would be my pleasure to provide you a FREE CMA Report specifically customized for your property. Selling a house in today's real estate market, takes a special type of dedication and experience My customized marketing plan can help you to sell your house. I do not leave any detail unturned. I work to make sure that my clients that are selling a home, receive the best real estate attention possible! If you want to sell property in DC or in Maryland, I can help. As a Local Realtor, I can provide you with the information, confidence, preparation, and endurance to help to meet your real estate goals. If you want to get a Quick No-Obligation Preliminary CMA Report for your property, click here...

Sell that home quicker! Tips for agents & sellers to bump up that curb appeal!

In a slow market, sellers need to do everything possible to help get their home looked at. Here are some basic tips.

1. Beware of grand gestures: Exterior improvements should be in keeping with the scale and proportion of your house and fit in with the neighborhood. So as lovely as a formal colonnade might look on the front of your boxy Colonial Revival, it may seem over the top when viewed in context with the simple salt box next door.

2. Don't stand out like a sore thumb: When picking paint colors, it's best to match the intensity of your neighbors' shades. If pale blues are the norm, try a creamy yellow. Contrast that with a more saturated accent color for shutters and doors, and a lighter one for windows and trim.

3. Be a tree hugger: If an old maple is obscuring the front of your home, don't cut it down. Hire professional to trim it instead. Eighty-three percent of Realtors say that mature trees enhance the value of a home.

4. Plant for all seasons: Your landscape should be eye-catching year-round, even in the dead of winter. So choose a mix of plants to provide four seasons of interest-spring and summer flowers, bright fall foliage, and colorful berries or showy bark in winter.

5. You can have too much of a good thing: Over-improving your facade can mean recouping less of the cost when it comes time to sell. Gauge how much to spend on renovations by checking home values to see what gussied-up homes are going for in your community, and stay under their bar.

6. Do sweat the small stuff: New house numbers, a special light fixture, and potted plants are inexpensive and go a long way toward dressing up an entry.

7. Preservation pays: Before you apply stucco over those weathered clapboards for a clean, low-maintenance look, consider that restoring architectural details may offer more bang from your renovation dollar. In some areas, the value of homes in historic districts where preservation is required has risen up more than in non- historic areas.

So if you are planning on selling your home, please keep in mind the information noted above as this will help you to get that home sold. If you would like a Professional Real Estate Analysis, please feel free to contact me, It would be my pleasure to help you accomplish your goal. I welcome your response.

1 comment:

  1. This is a great opportunity to sell my house. I want to sell my house as early as possible. no slow down.
    sell my house


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