As homeowners we all take a lot of pride in our dwellings. So much, in fact, that some of us keep a receipt for everything we’ve put into the property. We remember every cut and scratch we got installing new cabinets and how hot it was the day we hauled 15 tons of river rock around the house in a wheel barrow to do the landscaping—well, not all of us, some of us hired a licensed contractor. Now that it has come time to scale-up or down we want to see all of that work and money find its way back into our wallet.
Buying a home is a commitment, not a game. So, if you’re sitting on the fence about whether or not to buy a home in Omaha, we have some things to consider for first-timers—or any-timers for that matter.
Looking for new construction? The real estate market and new home construction has picked up all over the country. Lots are disappearing fast and claiming premium prices, as well as construction prices being on the rise.
Is your house actually on the market or is it only listed on the MLS? Pricing your property too high can cause a lot of damage. Check out our blog and download our PDF to see the Dangers of Over-Pricing. Then, give us a call at 402.639.8558 to list your property.
You wouldn't hire an attorney who doesn't understand law. So why would you hire a realtor who doesn't understand marketing? Thinking of putting your property on the market? Start off right by listing yours with a marketing specialist.
Is your house going to the dogs? One of the biggest reasons prospective buyers don’t buy a house is odor. Sound crazy? It’s not. Most agents will, or should, tell you to make your house smell as pleasant as possible. Next to sight, smell is the main reason buyers determine if your house is their next home. So, if you’re trying to sell that wreaks of animals your prospective buyers my walk out the door before they even enter your home.
More than 94% of all homebuyers find their home through some kind of online search. When you market your property with Team Hardy you can be certain you’re getting dominant internet exposure—as well as the best fliers, traditional marketing and customer service.
Follow these 5 steps to get your home or property ready to sell. No one wants to dump money into a house they are preparing to sell but these proven tips won't cost a lot, they'll help your house sell faster and get more money in your pocket.