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Common Forgotten Areas in Your Home That Buyers Will Notice

May 20, 2009 | In Sell Home, Tips |

If you’ve lived in your home for awhile, it’s easy to develop what is known as seller blindness. You may be used to seeing the same spot on the rug for so long that it ceases to be important. However, these little things are going to catch the eye of a buyer that is seeing your home for the first time. Here are some tips on common areas that a lot of home sellers forget to address. Continue reading Common Forgotten Areas in Your Home That Buyers Will Notice…


New York Real Estate

October 9, 2008 | In Sell Home, Buy Home |

Real estate is a determining factor in the world economy today. The growth of many economies has been evaluated with the growth in the real estate sector of that economy. Real estate is described as property which is fixed or immovable. This immovable property can be land, building on the property or any other attachment on the property which is immovable. Real estate prices have increased considerably over the years and any investment in property requires huge sums of money. People investing in Real Estate do it either from their own capital or from borrowed capital. This capital can be borrowed from various institutions which create a mortgage over the property and sanction loans based on the value of the property. Continue reading New York Real Estate…

How to get a higher appraisal

September 11, 2008 | In Sell Home, Tips |

When you are getting ready to sell your house, you want to be able to get as much as you can for it. Obviously, the appraisal is an important part of setting the selling price for your house, so you want to get the highest appraisal that you can for your house. Here are some tips that will help to raise the appraisal on your house.
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