8 Detrimental Mistakes When Selling a House

Posted by Kim Jones // December 4, 2017

Selling a House

Any seller with experience knows that it can be stressful when selling a house.  There is a lot of work that needs to go into selling a house in order to make sure they get a decent price and a quick turn around.  Many houses sit on the market for too long.  This can happen […]

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6 Things That Make Home Sellers Leery of a Buyer

Posted by Kim Jones // November 27, 2017

Home Sellers

Finding the house of your dreams can be a long and complicated process. You might spend months looking at houses and weighing the pros and cons of each one before deciding to make a purchase. When you finally find the right one, you don’t want to do anything to scare away the home sellers from […]

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Common Items First-time Home Buyers Waste Money On

Posted by Kim Jones // November 20, 2017

First-time Home Buyers

Being a homeowner is often more expensive than most first-time home buyers expect. There are countless things to spend money on that they simply overlooked. This includes things like the expense of lawn care and larger utility bills. Some of these expenses are necessary while others are expenses that can wait. Don’t make the same […]

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Marketing to Millennial Home Buyers

Posted by Kim Jones // November 13, 2017

Millennial Home Buyers

In today’s market, millennials are beginning to comprise a large portion of interested home buyers. With so many millennial home buyers coming online, it can benefit home sellers to plan accordingly. By being prepared to market specifically to millennial home buyers, sellers can  improve their chances of a speedy and successful sale. In the article […]

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Tips for Writing a Successful Home Offer Letter

Posted by Kim Jones // November 6, 2017

Home Offer

Buying a home can be tricky. There are a number of different steps the potential home buyer must take into consideration, including a variety of factors that need to line up perfectly in order for a home offer to be accepted. The last piece of the puzzle in getting the home of your dreams is […]

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Home Improvements for Home Sellers

Posted by Kim Jones // October 30, 2017

Home Sellers

Most home sellers know that in order to get the best offers on a home they are selling, the home needs to be as appealing as possible. Many home buyers are picky. This means that even the slightest imperfection found in a home might steer the interested buyer in a different direction. As a result, […]

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Curb Appeal Mistakes Home Sellers Can’t Afford to Overlook

Posted by Kim Jones // October 23, 2017

Curb Appeal

As home sellers, you must control everything that you can in order to get your home sold. One of the most underrated pieces in the home selling puzzle is the use of curb appeal.   Believe it or not, curb appeal can impact home sellers’ ability to get a house sold. In fact, studies have […]

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Real Estate Lead Generation 101

Posted by Kim Jones // February 17, 2016

What are the best real estate lead generation options today? Where and how can real estate agents, investors and other related industry professionals generate more leads for buying, selling and renting properties? What are some of the little known benefits, and pitfalls of common real estate lead generation channels today? Here are 12 ways for real estate […]

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Technology vs. People Skills: Which Real Estate Strategies Will Win?

Posted by Kim Jones // February 10, 2016

The real estate industry caters to independent strategies. For every investor, there is another way to go about conducting business. Some may prefer to utilize the convenience of technology while others want to maintain personal relationships. However, for one reason or another, there remains a void between these two independent strategies. Smart investors will figure […]

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Real Estate Investing As A Business

Posted by Kim Jones // February 3, 2016

“Investment is most intelligent when most business like” – Warren Buffett If investing is better when conducted most business like, does it mean that more real estate investors ought to be investing in a more businesslike fashion? Should every real estate investor be investing as a business? What does that really mean? What does it look […]

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