There is a lot more information needed to come up with even an approximate value. I'd be happy to help you figure it out, if you would like some further help feel free to contact me directly. Good luck either way !... more
I very well could. Why are they wanting you to move your central air? Mine is in the attic and I have had no issues. My HVAC contractor had no problems with it. http://www.davidsonsairandheat.com/commercial.php... more
If you are a for sale by owner the post is not allowed, you can however try blogging about the property; if and when you do list with an agent, he/she can post it for you, ask, or consider any flat fee realty company that feeds into the site.... more
Decluttering should be the first step for all homeowner's thinking of selling their home. Opening up the space of extra "stuff" makes it feel that much bigger and preps the home for the next steps of staging and painting. Painting a home in neutral colors such as egg-shell colors keeps it feeling light and airy. Sticking to the same color palette throughout each floor will give it a nice flow that some homes lack. So, yes, Frank, painting a newer home will definitely add value.... more
I definitely think that if you repaint it that it will increase interest in your home. If buyers get a great first impression from the home, they will probably be more willing to consider it. If it looks a little worn on the outside, they will most likely be hesitant about the rest of the house. I think that you should definitely look at different colors and see what would be most appealing to buyers! http://www.forsspainting.com/portfolio/... more
Unless a seller locates their own buyer all they do is market the home, usually by listing it in the MLS. Besides listing it they are the middle man when someone submits an offer and counter. That about sums up what they do for you. Some people may prefer to have an agent do this for their commission, I personally don't think it's worth anywhere near what most charge. Many will say it's proven agents get you more money on your sale even with their commission, I don't buy that. Not one has shown proof or anything that would support that statement. They probably would post an article from the National association of realtors which for obvious reasons would be very biased. I've personally have been watching the market well prior to my purchase and found many listings with an agent with price cuts and FSBO sell on their own within the same price per sq ft.... more
I think it would definitely be a good option to get some carpet in the bedroom. I think that having hardwood floor is great in some areas, but it can be very hard and uncomfortable for a bedroom. I want to replace the hardwood floor in my new home with carpet so that it will be softer and more comfortable for everyone! http://www.jlgfloors.com/carpet-cincinnati/... more
It all depends on the buyer. Some people think that it's really important to have wood flooring in the kitchen and other areas of their home. In their opinion, it ups the value of the home. My mom hates wood flooring so she would never buy a house that had it. It all depends on who is looking at the house. http://naplesflooringgallery.com/... more
Your Realtor has your best interest at heart. If she cant market it or sell it because of the dogs and smell, than you don't need to have it on the market. Yes, maybe she could have put it a little nicer, but if you have 5 cats and 3 dogs, that says it all. You need to get boxes and the things you don't want store them in the carport or garage. You might even consider have an estate sell and selling things your not taking with you. When you start to show the house, remove your dog & cats.
Lots of work, but if you want to sell your home at a good price, it will be worth it.. Good Luck!
There are so many missing variables here. We do not have exact figures and can only estimate based on the amount of information that you gave us. Your agent can easily provide you with a sellers net sheet. If you do not have an agent but are using and Escrow Company, ask the escrow officer to provide you with one. It shouldn't be too much trouble.
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No. There are many other factors to consider besides commission. You want an agent you can trust, who makes you feel comfortable, and who you think will listen to you and represent your interests. You will also want to talk to that agent's past clients if possible and read testimonials and reviews if you can find them. You will want an agent who can help you navigate the process of listing your home.... more
There are so many options for flooring that it can be hard to decide what kind of flooring to install. I would talk with local agents to see what is most desirable. Or just go with whatever you like best! Thanks for sharing and best of luck! http://www.statecollegedistributors.com/contentpage.aspx?Id=15921... more
In order to list your home on this site it must be listed by a licensed real estate agent. If you are a licensed agent then give Trulia customer service a call and they'll be happy to guide you through the process.... more