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Today I’d like to speak about which renovations on your home can you bring you the most money back when you turn around and sell it. Sometimes large and expensive renovations really don’t bring you a lot of money back, and they can actually cost you in the long run!
Buyers love to see ‘turnkey’ homes that don’t require any work before moving in, and I suggest getting your home in the best condition possible before you sell.
Key things to focus on are your kitchen, your bathrooms, and your curb appeal. These are places where your investments can really pay dividends. Update your appliances, your flooring, and consider installing granite countertops. These small renovations can add up into major problems that will irk buyers and drive them away.
I suggest letting us come into your home to offer solutions based on your budget and your time frame. Based on what you can spend, we will figure out a way to bring you the best ROI possible.
If you’d like us to come into your home and suggest ways that you can get more money for it when selling, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We would love to help you sell for top dollar!
More often than not, people check online home evaluation sites like Zillow before they meet with an agent. Today, we answer the questions we hear all the time: “How accurate are Zillow’s Zestimates?” and, “Can they be trusted?”
At the end of the day, buyers and sellers are the ones who make the market value of a property. In order to get the accurate value, you need to have a real estate professional come and take a look at the home in person. In my 11.5 years of experience, I have successfully sold my homes at 99% sales value to our 100% list value. I’m very in tune with the market and how pricing works given certain conditions.
Hey everyone, I'm here today to answer a question I get asked quite often, "Can I get a mortgage if I have debt?"
The short answer is yes, you can. When you give us a call, we can set you up with one of our trusted lenders, who will measure your debt-to-income ratio to determine if you can afford a home. In general, you should be at a 45% or less debt-to-income ratio.
Another thing that will play into this is how much you have in savings. If you have some money saved up, that's great. The more you can put down on a home, the more likely you are to be pre-approved.
What we want to do is set up an appointment today for you to talk with us and our trusted lender, who will map out all of your options. If you want to set up an appointment, or if you have any questions for us, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to speaking with you!