Tuesday, March 28, 2023 / by Jennifer Haubner-Vories
Selling a home can be a daunting process, and preparing it for sale can be overwhelming. However, staging your home can help you sell it quickly and at a higher price. Staging is the art of arranging and decorating your home in a way that makes it more appealing to potential buyers. In this blog, we'll discuss some tips for staging your home for a quick sale.
Declutter and Depersonalize:
The first step to staging your home is to declutter and depersonalize it. Remove all personal items, such as family photos, memorabilia, and collections. Potential buyers want to visualize themselves in the home, not feel like they're invading someone else's space.
Also, clear any clutter, including clothes, shoes, toys, and other items. Clutter can make your home appear smaller and messier, which is not appealing to potential buyers.
Deep Clean Your Home:
A clean home is an essential part of staging. Deep clean your home, including the floors, windows, bathrooms, and kitchen. Clean up any stain. ...
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 / by Jennifer Haubner-Vories
When selling your home, you're obligated, by law, to disclose certain information about your property. Most states require that all sellers complete a written property disclosure form. Majority of the forms have a required set of questions that must be answered.
Most states require sellers to complete this form when listing for sale. Nearly all of the questions are a basic yes/no/unknown response. The questions will address material facts, major defects, special disclosures, and federal disclosures. All forms vary by state and require different information.
These include the age of the property, it's condition, known problems, and defects. These are all of the information that would influence a buyer's decision to purchase your home. These disclosures require you to address known defects, things that are reasonably apparent, to ensure you don't knowingly hide a major defect.
All major defects MUST be disclosed. For i ...
Thursday, December 20, 2018 / by Jennifer Haubner-Vories
"Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother's house we go ..." Or maybe for your family, holidays signify a cruise to tropical destinations or a chance to hit the slopes at a ski resort.
Wherever you're heading this holiday season, keep your home safe in your absence with these three simple tips:
1. Keep the lights on.
Pick up a few inexpensive light timers. By programming different lamps or light fixtures to come on at different times, you can create the illusion that someone is home.
2. Lock it up.
Double-check all window and door locks to confirm they're still operational and effective.
3. Be neighborly.
Tell your neighbors about your travel plans, making sure to leave contact information so they can reach you if they spot any strange activity while you're gone. Offer to return the favor during their next vacation.
Have a safe and happy holiday season!
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Monday, December 10, 2018 / by Jennifer Haubner-Vories
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