Part of the home-selling process includes preparing it for potential buyers to tour. When your home is for sale, keep in mind that last-minute notices for home showings are always a possibility. How can homeowners prep in advance so they are ready if they are contacted by a REALTOR® for a last-minute home showing?READ MORE
Home sellers who intentionally go the extra mile preparing for their home inspection prior to their home’s listing position themselves to sell their home as quickly as possible for the maximum amount possible. A pre-listing home inspection is a key ingredient to a timely and successful home sale. During an inspection, a professional inspector documents the detailed condition of a home and discloses any items that need to be repaired.READ MORE
According to the U.S. Census Bureau statistics, as of July 1, 2017, the total U.S. population was 325,719,178. HomeData estimates that an average of 14.19% of the U.S. population moves every year. That may seem like a low percentage, but that is approximately 46,219,551 people relocating each year! Because there are so many Americans, even a small percentage represents a large number of people.READ MORE
Top 6 Reasons to Sell Your Tulsa Home in 2018
The year of 2018 is here, and with it comes a plethora of new home trends, and by trends, we mean changes in the housing market that could affect potential home buyers and potential home sellers. If you have been on the fence about putting your Tulsa home up for sale, 2018 may be the perfect year to finally list it on the market.READ MORE
When it’s time to transition to a new home, most sellers have two things in common: the desire to sell their home as quickly as possible, and the drive to receive top dollar for the sale. Most people don’t know how to sell their own home but are convinced it should be a simple process that should easily yield a great price. However, selling a home is complex and can be overwhelming, especially if you try to do it yourself.READ MORE
With millennials making up over 40% of the buyers market, sellers need to educate themselves on just what it is these young buyers are looking for. Millennials—also referred to as Generation Y—are people born between 1980 and 2000. The invention of the selfie began in their lifetime and continues to mark their profile—electronically, that is.
So, how do we gather the attention of potential millennial buyers? What do their priorities consist of when they are in the market for a home? How do we communicate with them best? Let’s explore some practical, and somewhat surprising, tips for attracting young homebuyers.READ MORE