Thursday, August 27, 2020 / by Tina Suttle
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 four recommended repairs to make before selling your home.
Giving your home a fresh coat of paint is one of the most cost-effective ways to spruce it up, and generally, it can be a do-it-yourself project. Make sure cover any walls with scratches and chips and consider updating any accent walls with a more neutral coat.
Hardwood floors are a very desirable feature in a home, so you want to ensure they look their best by fixing scratches or dull areas. If your carpet is worn or stained, consider replacing them. And don’t forget the tile in your kitchen or bathrooms. Re-grouting can go a long way in making dingy tile work look brand new!
Refresh the landscaping.
Sunday, March 29, 2020 / by Tina Suttle
There's no doubt pets play a very important role in our homes. They greet us after a long day, they protect our property and comfort us when things go wrong. There are alot of pet lover's-but some home buyer's don't want traces of previous pets. Here are a few tips to ensure that you can enjoy your pet and sell your home at the same time!
1-) Invest in a good carpet cleaner. It's always a good idea to have a good carpet cleaner or have your carpets cleaned to ensure there are no obvious pet stains. Pet odors can radiate throughout the house, but a carpet cleaner can help remove these odors.
2-) Keep your pet out of the house while showing the home. It is best while showing the home to leave your pet with a friend or relative. If noone is available, putting your pet in a crate in the garage or somewhere less likely for potential buyers to be. Put their blanket, toy, food & water in that area to make them more comfortab ...
Thursday, February 20, 2020 / by Tina Suttle
This newsletter gives some great information on the differences in a Jumbo loan vs. a Conventional loan and the guidelines. Also, tips on HVAC repair!
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Wednesday, February 12, 2020 / by Tina Suttle