Tag Archives: selling a home
Beyond Curb Appeal
If you’re working with a real estate agent to sell your home, he or she has probably mentioned how you have to have great curb appeal. This means when potential buyers pull up to your home, they have to be wowed by their first look. But that first look only goes so far. Great curb appeal won’t guarantee you a sale if the inside of your home doesn’t have just as much of a wow factor. Lose the Clutter One […]
Should I get my real estate license before buying a home?
There is no doubt that getting a real estate license will take a large portion of time, devotion, energy and, of course, money… all of which will be done to ultimately “Earn you a commission” (that may be a question). My other question to you would be, “If you put this much time, devotion, energy and investment into furthering your own career, what would the payoff be?” It seems focusing on your career, and working with an expert in the […]
Should we Remodel our Home or Sell “As Is”?
This question is a common headache for many homeowners visiting Gay Real Estate when considering placing their home on the market. On one hand, a remodel could create a diamond in the rough, and possibly even encourage a faster sale. On another, selling as-is in a competitive market could save months of listing time if priced right. When You Should Remodel Analyzing your competition can be a great way to gain insight into what buyers are looking for in your […]