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The two most important goals of the staging process? Maximizing the space and flow of your home.  When staging a house, it is important to remember that prospective buyers are far less interested in the interior design compared to seeing the attributes of the home. Buyers know that paint colors and curtains can be easily […]

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When possible, the answer is absolutely yes! When a home is staged well, it really helps a buyer to get a sense of what it would be like to live there, and gives them a vision of what their life could be like at that property. This includes outdoor spaces as well, especially with Arizona […]

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Staging your home is an easy way to give prospective buyers a vision about how they could turn your property into a beautiful home of their own!  Some sellers mistakenly assume all home buyers will be able to see the value of a home right off the bat. When in reality this can be a […]

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When your home is for sale, you want your property to shine both inside and outside.  Before you sell your home, you will want to have a landscaper come by to spruce up the outside to make sure that your yard looks tidy, as this will maximize your home’s curb appeal.  On the inside, you […]

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Getting the cost of major upgrades at your place is a great starting point when you are looking to sell your home. When you decide to put your home on the market, one of the big decisions you have to make is whether you should complete those major renovation projects you have put off.  If […]

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Many of the pain point items an inspector will find in your home are low hanging fruit projects that may not take you a lot of time or money to fix. Why is this so crucial? Home buyers are happy to pay top dollar for a house that is move-in ready and doesn’t have a […]

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While a home inspection is usually one of the steps a home buyer will take after putting an offer on a home, it is advised to conduct an inspection on your own before you get to that step of the process.  This gives you as the seller a major advantage in the process, because you’ve […]

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If you aren’t doing this, you should be! When evaluating the market price of your property, your best reference point is going to be conducting an analysis of the features and condition of your home compared to homes in your neighborhood that have recently sold. There is important reasoning that supports this recommendation: The homes […]

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Want to know the fastest way to sell your house? Price your home correctly!  The price greatly impacts your ability to sell your home quickly and efficiently. If a property is priced even slightly higher than the predicted trading range, you are doing yourself a disadvantage in the selling process.  Something to note: when a […]

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How do you compare homes when no two properties are exactly the same? It’s true that real estate pricing can be tricky because no two homes are created equal. In other industries, pricing is more standardized because the product is a commodity that is universally the same everywhere you go. In real estate, you’ll quickly […]

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