Educate yourself, thereby building a mental road map of what to expect at each step along the way
Make it easier on yourself by taking one afternoon to organize and re-stock your cleaning supplies first.
Determine the main reason you want to sell so you can work with your real estate agent to devise a solid sales plan.
These terms are familiar to those of us in the biz but may be confusing and contradictory to "civilians" who only buy and sell homes a few times in their lives.
The on-site salesperson represents the builder. Who represents you? In order to make the process run smoothly, you need a buyer's agent.
When it comes to resale value years down the road, none of the bells and whistles matter unless your dream house is well located.
Treat yourself to a bathroom that's a secluded retreat -- without calling in a remodeler!
Expert advice that seems contradictory is actually complementary. . . it's all part of the yin and yang of getting your house sold.
It's all part of today's preference for open floor plans that make for quality family time.
"This home has been a nurturing place for family and friends. A house has to help you live well."