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Offers can be exciting, but unless your potential buyer has the resources to qualify for a mortgage, you may not really have a sale.
These tips will help you convince buyers your property offers top value for their dollar.
Ask detailed questions about their experience and skills to help you find the right agent for your home sale.
An inviting open house can put your home on buyers’ short lists.
Knowing which type of relationship you have with your agent, and his broker, will help you negotiate the best possible deal, whether you’re a buyer or a seller.
Thinking of selling your home and worried you’ll regret it? Here’s how to cope.
Focus on curb appeal projects. You’ll get a higher return on those.
Their agent won’t have to say, “Picture this.” Buyers will see your home at its best.
Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don’t let the best slip through your fingers.