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Yes, You Can Go on Vacation When Your House is For Sale

Go Ahead – Go on Vacation While Your Post Falls Home is For Sale Just because you’ve listed your Post Falls home for sale doesn’t mean you and your family need to cancel your vacation plans. With a little advance planning, things can go smoothly in your absence, and you may even come home to…

Should You Sell Your Post Falls Home or Stay and Remodel?

You may be thinking of selling your Post Falls home because the floor plan no longer suits you or because the house itself is “tired.” The kitchen and baths are out-dated, you need new paint, and your flooring is screaming “1980!”. Perhaps it needs something major, like new roofing or a new heating or cooling…

Should You Have Your Post Falls Home Inspected Prior to Listing?

Today, many agents are recommending a pre-listing home inspection, for a few good reasons. An inspection: First, the confidence. When a licensed home inspector attests that prior repairs, additions, etc. were done correctly, or that the systems in the home are in excellent condition, it carries more weight than the homeowner’s assurance. If the inspector…

Pricing Your Post Falls Home For Sale – Don’t Ignore the Competition

You want to sell your Post Falls home so you’ve interviewed three different agents, and each of them has recommended a different price. If they’re all within a few thousand dollars, they’re all giving you an honest opinion. They probably just used slightly different homes when making their comparisons. You should choose the agent whose…

Should an Offer on a Post Falls Home Ever be Considered an Insult?

Some Post Falls home sellers have been known to reject an offer without the courtesy of a response when they felt the offer was so low as to be insulting. That’s an unfortunate mistake. Rather than feel insulted, those homeowners should realize that someone took the time and effort to say “I’d like to own…

Preparing For Your Photo Shoot

You already know that getting your home ready for market means cleaning everything from the floor to the ceiling inside and cleaning everything outside from your door to the edges of your property. You’ve already heard that you need to de-clutter and not allow things like newspapers, toys, shoes, clothing, or trash cans to be…

Listing Your Post Falls House Soon? Consider This Low cost – High Impact Upgrade

When your house is on the market, the first thing both Internet browsers and visitors see is the exterior. Visitors will get an overall impression from the curb. They’ll notice the lawn, the flowers, the shrubbery, the trees – and how all of them are maintained. Then they’ll get a first impression of the house…

Want to sell? Pre-qualify Your Post Falls Home.

You know you want your buyer pre-approved before taking your Post Falls home off the market to await closing. But what if it’s your house that won’t qualify? Yes, that can happen – without your knowledge. And while most of the issues that prevent closing can be cured, they can cause enough delay to send…

I’m Selling My House, Should I Hire a Mover?

It’s time to leave a house you’ve stayed in for years, and the question of whether hiring a mover is necessary always pops up. You already have to make so many decisions, so it’s best to get this out of the way. The answer is a yes, and this article from threemovers.com confirms that decision. …

Strategies To Make Your Home Sell Quickly

When attempting to sell your house quickly it is important to understand the intricacies of the real estate market. Keep reading for some strategies that will help you to sell your property quickly. Price Your Home Right First of all, the price might not be right. Bring in the buyers by putting it up for…

Make Your Bathroom Easier to Clean

Bathrooms can be the most difficult places in our homes to keep clean. However, with a few clever changes and upgrades, it can be much easier to clean and maintain your bathroom. Faucets No-Touch Faucets: They’re not just for public restrooms, you know. A sensor on your bathroom faucet will eliminate one of the main…

Three Ways to Ease Your Fears About Making a Move

With low inventory in many markets throughout the country, many homeowners are afraid to sell their homes because they’re concerned that they may not be able to find a new one. This can be a real problem, but if you are seeking to sell—whether to upgrade or find a new neighborhood—there are a few ways…

Choose The Right Paint Finish

Are you getting ready to sell your house and need to add some fresh paint? It can be intimidating to stand in front of the paint swatches at the paint or hardware store and try to make a decision. Picking a color can be difficult enough—and then you have to choose the finish. Choosing the…

5 Tips for Hiring a Moving Company

The process of moving can seem daunting, but with a little help from a reliable moving company, a lot of stress can be relieved. Here are some tips to make sure your belongings are in safe hands. Get References Get references from friends and family. You should always do you research thoroughly, reading review sites…

Your Guide to the Home Appraisal

You’ve found your dream home and now it’s time to cross all your Ts and dot all your Is before it’s all your own. And one of the first items on your closing checklist the home appraisal. So, what exactly is that? The home appraisal is essentially a value assessment of the home and property.…

Do You Know the Difference Between Home Warranty & Homeowner’s Insurance?

When purchasing a new home, it’s important to do in-depth research on all facets of the homebuying process. One thing you’ll need to understand is how to best protect yourself and your investment if anything were to go wrong. Check out the information on home insurance versus home warranty below to educate yourself on your…

5 Simple Steps for a Better Home Appraisal

If you’re looking to refinance your home or possibly sell, you’ll need a killer appraisal. A bank will not refinance a home for more than it is worth, and a potential buyer will not pay more than the recognized value of the home. Here are 5 simple steps for a better home appraisal. Tidy Your…

Five Things to Know About Home Inspections

1. It’s Your Choice You are not bound or obligated to use any particular inspector. Your real estate professional may have some recommendations, but it’s ultimately up to you. Ask around and choose wisely—better to pay a little more now for a highly-respected inspector than to be surprised by a problem that the inspection didn’t…

3 Ways a Real Estate Agent Can Help Alleviate Stress

Purchasing a home can be a stressful experience, whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’ve been through the process before. But that’s one of the reasons that working with a real estate professional is so worthwhile. With your agent’s guidance, buying a home should be enjoyable, rather than stressful. Here are some of the more…

Five Tips for Reducing Clutter

It doesn’t take much time to go from a perfectly organized room to a cluttered, chaotic mess. Papers pile up on surfaces, coats and bags end up on furniture, shoe boxes and shopping bags get stuffed in the first place you can find. But if you’re proactive, you can avoid the common clutter traps. Here…

5 Criteria for Pricing a House to Sell

When you put your home up for sale, one of the best ways to determine the asking price is to look at comparable sales. There’s rarely a perfect apples-to-apples comparison, so a pricing decision often relies on comparisons to several recent sales in the area. Here are five criteria to look for in a sales…

5 Staging Strategies to Sell Your Home

Staging your home is all about putting the best foot forward for potential buyers. By highlighting its most desirable features, you can draw more interest for your home and leave a lasting impression that is sure to help you sell it more quickly. Here’s what you should keep in mind as you prepare for your…

Five Recommended Repairs to Make Before You Sell Your Home

When you’re getting ready to list your home, it’s of the upmost importance to ensure you are showing it in the best light. Taking time to highlight its strengths and fix up some of its possible weaknesses can make a big difference in how fast it sells. Here are our top five recommended repairs to…

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