The goal is to only spend money on repairs and improvements that will offer you a good return on your investment (considering your time and money spent).
It seems to me that as a real estate professional you have to run an election to get the listing and work your tail off in the first 100 days to get the word out. No one is helping, they are just watching.
Some are beginning to question whether the altered photos may deceive buyers.
By Charlene Storozuk Before a property goes on the market, it's important that every room be showcased in a way that portrays its intended purpose. If not, potential buyers can become confused as to the function of the space. Take a look at the...
By Melissa Dittmann Tracey The New York Times ran an article this week ("Illnesses Afflict Homes With a Criminal Past" by Shaila Dewan and Robbie Brown) that details a story about a family who moved into a spacious home in Winchester, Tenn., only...
This particular building had a good layout and with a good décor hopefully it could generate interest so we could get these units sold. But, in general, railroad apartments are not in high demand due to the obvious flaw ... NO privacy!
The prime biting hours for mosquitoes are between dusk and dawn. Here are tips from Orkin on preventing those nuisance mosquito bites.
This is a perfect time to discuss energy efficiency and how utility bills are affected by how well-built and how well-insulated a home is.
By Melissa Dittmann Tracey A messy neighbor can hamper your property--by as much as 20 percent off the market value, says Sid Davis, author of A Survival Guide to Selling a Home (AMACOM, 2005), who is also a real estate broker. No one wants to...
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