With the holidays coming, it is still a good time to sell. Interest rates are still low and buyers are still optimistic about the future of properties. They are almost twice as optimistic of the market then 2 years ago. Buyers are well informed using REALTOR services, social media and their mobile devices to locate their home of choice and other information that was not available in the past. So if you’re thinking about selling the home but you want to improve the property, some improvements will have a better value then others. So work with your budget and get the most bang for your money.
Half of the year has gone by and the real estate market is still pretty hot, especially here in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you’re planning to sell your home now or in the future, there are buyers ready to purchase your home now and in the future. A lot of buyers are very practical and will purchase a home in a good school district as oppose to having a other benefits the home may offer.
If you’re planning to sell your home, you want to make the home appeal to what the buyers are looking for in a home. Don’t wait too long, there is a forecast that says home values are going to peak in 2016.
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If you’re thinking about selling your property here in California, now might be a good time for you to do so. Median home prices are up in most, if not all of the counties in California. Locally, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties have low inventory, but is increasing, so there would be more buyers for your home and you’ll get a higher price for now. It’s been about approx. 7 years since the great recession and finally we see an improvement for our state.
If it’s the right time to sell, don’t forget to use a REALTOR. You’ll be glad you did. There are so many things involved in a sale, you need a REALTOR to help you get the best price for your home, with least amount of stress. Believe me, if you don’t know what you’re doing, it will cost you in the end. The fee is still tax deductible until the government takes it away. Remember when commercial property mortgage payments and your interest paid to credit cards were tax deductible ? Well not anymore.
Every property owner have choices to make when it comes to improving the property. Unfortunately, most of the improvements are done prior to selling the home. When making plans to sell your home, you want to get the best price, right? Well, there are a few things you can do to increase the value of the property and there are things that won’t. However, if you’re planning to keep the property until you die, then it really doesn’t matter what you do to the home as long as it makes you happy.
Are you planning to move? If so, be prepared for another stressful event in your life. There are a number of things to consider in preparing for the big move. Things like, are you planning to move yourself or have a professional company move you? How much will it cost? Are the dates confirmed? It’s a lot of work and planning but once you completed your move, you’ll be happy that you did.
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Spring is almost over but cleaning is a chore that seems to never end. It is even more important if you’re planning to sell your home in time for the summer selling season. There are a few things that you can do to help make your home more attractive.
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