Right now is the best time of year to get your home on the market for the spring and summer market!
Before you list your home, I have a few tips to help you with the process.
Start the process by cleaning and de-cluttering. Put away personal photos and items, and clean all the nooks and crannies. Wash the drapes, touch up or repaint, patch holes in walls, and start the packing process.
Curbside appeal is really important. Spruce up the front yard! Pressure wash the drive ways, walk ways and siding, and plant flowers. Trim bushes, mow the lawn, and paint your front door if it needs it, because you only get one chance to make a first impression.
Next, it's time to decide on a Realtor. Talk to friends and family and ask for direct referrals…
Don't pay any listing Broker Fees!
At this time (12-30-2016), Brandon Patton with Real Estate Market Leaders is offering the best Real Estate Listing Opportunity ever to hit the Tri Cities Real Estate Market. From now until Jan-12-2017 you can sign up to list your home without paying any listing Broker Fees on your home!
When you sign up for our free listing you will get a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) at no charge. Your CMA will show you all of the homes that have sold in your area and your report will show you the Brokers suggested list price for your home. If you agree with the list price that your Broker suggest they will create a listing agreement for you and set it up so that you do not pay any listing broker fees. All that we ask is that…
So by now I'm sure you know that selling your home is not like buying one. You have heard from neighbors, friends, and family talking about the market here in Tri-Cities and perhaps you're curious to see what your home is worth today and what it takes to get it sold. Well today you're in good hands so let's dive right in!
Choosing the right agent.
Okay so obviously you can choose to sell your home for sale by owner and try to save a little cash, which in most cases using tools of the trade and knowing the market, a Realtor® can save you more, not only money but time once you've taken all considerations in marketing. Most agents will lock you into a contractual agreement that marries you with that agent for 3 to 6 months. Real Estate Market Leaders…
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HUD Home Inspection Process
Doing a home inspection on a HUD Home. Hello everyone I want to start off by giving you a summarized HUD’s disclaimer. HUD has no knowledge of the home they are selling back onto the market. HUD strongly recommends that all buyers interested in purchasing a home from HUD to hire a professional home inspector. I personally recommend (Columbia Valley Inspection Services-Jeff Nugent - (509) 308-6185 ) After your bid for a HUD home is accepted and the contract has been ratified. HUD allows 15 days for you the buyer to do a home inspection.
Buying your first home can be freighting, especially when you don’t have a professional helping you along the way. I know what you’re thinking, should we go with the first thing that pops up or keep handing money over to the landlord. Well to give you an ease of mind lets dive into a few things to consider. If you are looking for a Realtor that is Familiar with working with First Time Home Buyers then feel free to contact Brian Berg with Real Estate Market Leaders. If you are looking for the First Time Home buyer class online then check out the Washington State Housing Commission Down payment assistance program. Please keep in mind that there are multiple different options for First Time home buyers. In some cases it may be better to look at the programs…
What is a HUD Home?
Let’s look at what a HUD Home is and how to buy a HUD Home.First a HUD (Housing and Urban Development) home is a 1-to-4 unit residential property acquired by HUD as a result of a foreclosure action on an FHA-insured mortgage. HUD becomes the property owner and offers it for sale to recover the loss on the foreclosure claim. So who can buy a HUD Home you ask? The answer is anyone who has the required cash or can qualify for a loan (subject to certain restrictions) may buy a HUD Home. HUD homes are initially offered to owner-occupant purchasers, people who are buying the home as their primary residence. Following the priority period for owner occupants, unsold properties are available to all buyers including investors, according the
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION is just one of the factors that go into determining your homes value. Many other factors such as county data, size, age, condition, curb appeal, style, lot size and functionality go into evaluating your market value. It is important that you choose a professional with the experience to look at all of these. In today's market, it's more important than ever to price your home right. We know how to price your property to make sure it sells. If you're curious about your home's value in today's market, just fill out the form below and we'll send you a free Comparative Market Analysis.
Hello everyone, and thank you for using my website to find your future home. We have another HUD home for sale on the market! If you or someone you know is currently looking for a home for sale in Mesa or around the Mesa, WA. area this may be a great chance for anyone to get into a home at a very low cost. This is a manufactured home that is 1310 square feet, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and is sitting on five acres out in the country.
The view from the front of the home is a beautiful panoramic view of farm land that goes on for miles! To purchase this home you will need to cash or financing using conventional loan or an FHA 203K loan. If you or someone you know is interested in this home feel free to call or text me at (509) 554-3856. You could…
By Denise Swanson
A CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) is a format Realtors use to price your home. An experienced Realtor has many tools available to him or her, to support their estimation of value of your home for market.
Most seller’s usually have a figure in mind when they meet with a Realtor, since they have seen homes sell in their neighborhood, have had a recent refinance appraisal, or have used some of the online tools for valuation of real estate that are offered by companies like Zillow or Trullia. The tools available online at the before mentioned companies are just a snapshot of your home’s value. In order to get a more accurate and thorough value of your home, a Realtor may use a similar tool, but will corroborate the price by…