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Any time is a good time "Now's not the best time ... can we set something up for later?"-these are words that a buyer and his agent do not want to hear when they're out looking for a property. As a home seller, you retain the right to require appointments and to show the house on your schedule. I...
09/30/2009
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Disappear When your house is on the market, it's important to be flexible with your showing times. Part of that flexibility is having the capacity to disappear when an agent brings potential buyers to look at your house-it's just better if you can leave the house while prospective buyers browse. ...
09/30/2009
Sometimes, I'm actually amazed by showing restrictions I am primarily a listing agent, and certainly understand there are times when restrictions are necessary due to special circumstances such as a baby, home schooling, elderly or sick occupants, etc. However, if a home is difficult is to show, ...
09/30/2009
The next level of clean Aside from the necessary intrusions, the most inconvenient aspect of having your house on the market may well be keeping the house in showing condition. Making a good impression on buyers is very important. It's not a huge leap for a potential buyer to equate a cluttered o...
09/30/2009
Twelve tips to sell your home There are few things more frustrating to a seller than a home that sits on the market. It's stressful to keep a house in showing condition, and not selling can cost you lots of money. Use these tips as a quick guide to better your chances at selling your house in a t...
09/30/2009
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Compare houses If you have narrowed down your homebuying choice to a few properties, sit down with your Texas REALTORS TIFFANY SHARKEY AND TONYA PEEK 214-356-4472 and compare your wants and needs. It's also important to look at both long and short-term costs associated with each house. Examples i...
09/27/2009
You don't need 20% down to buy a home According to a survey by Fannie Mae, 44% of all adults believe you need a 20% downpayment to purchase a home. That's simply not true. There are a variety of lenders who offer low-interest mortgages to qualified buyers that require a downpayment as low as 3% o...
09/27/2009
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Get a CLUE If you are considering buying a home, ask the owner to provide you with the CLUE (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) report of the home. CLUEs contain the insurance claim history of the property and can help you determine some of the problems that the house may have.CONTACT TIFF...
09/27/2009
Make it in writing If you're ready to make an offer on a house, be sure to put everything in writing. Offers usually include proposed purchase price, concessions, earnest money, and more. There may also be several items to address in addenda to the contract. Your Texas REALTORS TIFFANY SHARKEY AN...
09/27/2009
Define your search Before taking that first step in the homebuying process, consider several important pre-purchase decisions, including what type of home, location, size, and neighborhood works best for you. Defining your search from the get-go will alleviate some of the anxiety associated with ...
09/27/2009
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