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November 21, 2017 • Home Selling Tips

Scents that Attract Home Buyers During an Open House in the Fall & Winter Months

Believe it or not, when a person walks into a home for the first time, the smell that first resonates, is the memory they will hold in their mind moving forward about the home they have entered. It is their “first impression” for the house, therefore it’s important that their first impression or in this …

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June 27, 2017 • Home Improvement, Home Selling Tips

6 Areas You Should Renovate Before Selling Your Home

The first step to selling your house is assessing the issues, and dealing with them before you receive interested home buyers. No potential home buyer wants to walk into a real estate and see that the bathroom has a broken faucet, or a faulty water heater. However, once all the obvious fixes are done, what …

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July 5, 2016 • Home Selling Tips

Seven Pitfalls of Selling Your Home by Owner in Florida

Selling your Fort Lauderdale home? Not sure where to start? Are you trying to decide if you really need a Broward real estate agent, or if you should FSBO (For Sale By Owner)? While there are instances in which a home can sell without professional agents on each side of the transaction, doing it on …

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February 18, 2016 • Home Selling Tips

Five Steps to Closing the Deal

The process of home buying can be lengthy and difficult. The steps to closing a sale can be tricky, and is seen as an art by many because of the talent it takes. As a real estate agent, it is necessary to master the art of closing a deal in order to have more sales. …

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February 7, 2016 • Home Selling Tips

The Power of Emotion: Buying and Selling a Home

In any given community, there can be a number of homes on the market. However, some of these homes sell faster than others, while some homes remain on the market for months. In some cases, homes that are harder to sell may not necessarily have anything wrong with them on paper. Buyers may just be …

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