Have you ever wondered why some homes sell so much faster than others? What is the best way to get a good return on your investment? What should you update or replace before your home goes on the market? Continue reading “Looking For Return On Investment? Top Things To Do Your Home Before You Sell It [Video]”
Having kids and getting your home ready for a real estate showing can sometimes be very hard to manage. Linda gives quick tips on how to juggle it all in this short video:
Do you have any ideas or tips that you could offer? We always welcome your feedback. If you or anyone you know is interested in finding out what the next step would be to sell your home in the Greater Raleigh Area, please feel free to call our office at 919.235.0007. We would love the opportunity to assist you.
As hard as I try to explain to all of my sellers that they need to have a solid pricing strategy before entering the market for sale sometimes it is still so hard for Continue reading “How To Avoid The 7 Deadly Sins of Overpricing”
Recently one of my home sellers here in the Greater Raleigh Area was concerned they were not getting enough showings. Just like all of my sellers I want more Continue reading “Tell Me The Truth About Showings – How Many Should I Expect? [Quick Facts]”
What is the Busiest Time of the Year for Buying or Selling Real Estate in the Raleigh area?
Every market has Continue reading “Seasonal Trends in Raleigh Real Estate”
The most challenging decision every seller makes is where to price their home for sale. For over 26 years I have watched sellers use unique methodology for establishing this magic number. In 2010 I met with 357 new home sellers. It is very rare to Continue reading “The Price is Right – Games Raleigh Area Home Sellers Are Playing”
After 26 years in the real estate market here in the Greater Raleigh area, I have always found it interesting to see different patterns develop in home buyers and sellers. One of the many patterns I have learned to recognize is that Continue reading “Raleigh Home Buyers Eliminate Many Homes For Sale”
One of the things I am concerned about in this current real estate market is that home prices seem to be still dropping . I am worried that I might only get a low ball offer. I don’t want to have to deal with someone who is not serious enough about my home to even make a reasonable offer. To me, that would be so aggravating. Continue reading “The Art of Negotiating Low-Ball Offers Into Home Sales”
It is April in Raleigh where everything is in full bloom including sellers who want to take advantage of the spring market when their yards look the best and the school season is drawing to an end. I have sold over 5,000 homes in my 25 year career and in the past 3 months have met with approximately 100 sellers who either “want or need” to sell their home. I believe those numbers qualify me as an expert to share mistakes I see sellers make as they Continue reading “5 Mistakes Raleigh Area Home Sellers Make”
Every week my team provides a weekly report to all of our current sellers. The report covers where we market their home, how many showings they have received, what the feedback is from their real estate home showings, etc. We also include a report on what their local competition is from a buyer’s perspective here in the Greater Raleigh Area Real Estate Market. I thought you might have a question on this too so I thought I would share.
The location of the houses you sent and used in my weekly home competition report concerns me. I am actually familiar with this subdivision off of Rock Quarry Road. Yes, the houses are similar, but the area is not.
I understand your analysis of different locations as well as your concern. However, please note that my search comes direct from MLS and it pulls only your MLS area which is about a 5 mile radius. It also pulls your price bracket. The way this search was created for you is Continue reading “Linda, Why Did You Send Me This Report About Other Real Estate Homes In Raleigh?”