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Simple Tricks to Crank Up Your Curb Appeal

First impressions set the tone for a home tour. Prospective buyers should encounter an attractive, welcoming place before they even walk through the doorway. Here are some tips to crank up your home’s curb appeal. Declutter the porch. Lose the extra chairs, the pile of muddy shoes and your dog’s collection of mangled toys. Help your home bloom. A pot of bright flowers is not only cheerful, it also can draw the eye away from less-than-perfect features. Don’t forget the door. Give your door a fresh coat of paint, or … [Read More...]

How to Successfully Buy a Home in a Seller’s Market

Whether you're a millennial looking to buy your first home or a boomer thinking about downsizing your empty nest, you’re probably aware that it’s a seller’s market out there. Homes are selling at lightning speed, bidding wars are commonplace, buyers often have little to no room for negotiation and the price of those homes keeps rising. But don’t worry! Just because it’s a seller’s market doesn’t mean you can’t get a good deal on the home of your dreams. Here are some insider tips and tactics from the pros at RE/MAX, … [Read More...]

How a REALTOR Gets Paid

Like professionals in other sales-based industries, the Realtor pay structure is based on commissions derived from successful transactions. Here's how it works: At the close of the transaction, the seller's agent splits the predetermined commission with the buyer's agent as compensation for delivering a buyer. This split is usually about half the total commission. It is the responsibility of the seller to pay the total commission and typically happens at the time of the successful close of escrow. The following is a … [Read More...]

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Linda Leblang- Re/Max Fine Properties

Most metro areas saw price gains under marginal inventory growth in the second quarter of 2019, according to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors®. More at bit.ly/2H0xHh6 ...

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