If you are buying or selling a home for the first time, you might be wondering who sets the price for the sale of your home, or how the listing price was chosen for a home you'd like to make an offer on. There are misconceptions out there about just who 'decides' what a home … Continue reading Home Comps and What to Do With Them
In an ideal world, you stick a sign in the yard, a pre-qualified Buyer shows up, and bada-bing-bada-boom -- SOLD! In the real world though, home sales rarely happen that way. The market in Metro Denver, and much of the country, remains strong; you can't expect your home to sell overnight, but if your listing … Continue reading 6 Reasons Your House Isn’t Selling
According to the Denver Business Journal, last month Denver was the fastest selling housing market in the nation, with nearly half of homes on the market going under contract in just 6 days, down from an average of 11 days from Listing to Under Contract at the same time last year. If you are listing … Continue reading Denver On Speed
You can add a wing to the manse to add value, but if you're short on butlers (or bucks), there are minor improvements you can make to increase the value of your home. These tips are great for staging to sell, a spring home refresher, or any time minor home improvements. Purchase new shades for … Continue reading Increase the Value of Your Home on a Shoestring
Nothing says "I love my home" like a well kept lawn. Seasonal transitions mean it's time to treat your lawn to a little something extra, and if you'd like to be the envy of your block and the pride of your HOA, now is the time to take care of business in your yard. 5 … Continue reading Spring Lawn Care
You don't have to paint yourself into a bland corner or build a beige box to appeal to potential buyers, but there are good, better and best choices to make in paint colors, decor and accessories when preparing your home for sale. Read on for tips on revising the colors in your home to appeal … Continue reading How Color Can Help (or Hurt) Your Sale
No matter the state of the housing market where you live, there are things you can do (or NOT do) as a seller to positively impact the sale of your home.