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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 8/22/2019

What a perfect opportunity to own this warm 2 family home on a beautiful street convenient to all major amenities but tucked into an area with a mixture of single family and multi family well kept home. This side by side two family has been owner occupied for many years and both sides offer three full levels of living space, oversized rooms, three bedrooms, 2+ baths. One side affords you a larger finished basement while the other offers a beautiful finished attic perfect for your quiet time. Each with its own parking and backyard space, this one is ideal for a large family, for an investment, or maybe a mixture of both! Don't miss this one. Make your appointment today and judge for yourself.

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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 8/18/2019

If you’re in the market to buy a home soon, you probably have a long list of things to look for. You also are most likely focused on savings and shopping around for the best mortgage rates. You may know everything that you should do when you’re buying a home, but has anyone told you what you shouldn’t do? Read on to discover some of the worst practices of people searching for a home. 


Lack Of Research


You need to search for a home before you even set out to look at properties in person. While you’ll want to work with a realtor, you should know what you want before you start working with him. Your agent will be able to set up alerts for you that enable you to see properties put on the market as soon as they become available. This search will be tailored to your wants such as a large yard, master bathroom, or separate dining area. If you understand what your needs will cost you in relation to your budget ahead of time, working with a real estate agent will be a more fruitful experience.


Not Letting Your Real Estate Agent Do Their Job


Real estate agents are experts in the housing market. Your agent will research prices and help you to understand what a reasonable offer on a property will be. Your agent has the tools to get you the information you need to make an informed offer on a property. Sellers get insulted if an offer is well below the asking price. Trust that your agent knows what he’s talking about. 


You’ll have a close relationship with your agent throughout the house hunting process. You’ll need to make arrangements with your agent to go to open houses and home showings. Your agent will accommodate you to the best of his ability. All you need to do is communicate with them. 


Not Looking Beyond The Online Search


If you are out and about and see a property for sale that interests you, don’t assume that it’s out of your reach. Sometimes the online searches miss things. A property may include (or not include) something that you’re looking for. You can take down the address where you saw the “for sale” sign and speak with your real estate agent about it.


Skimming Over Properties


When you have the opportunity to look at a property, really take the time to view it. You can miss a lot of details by quickly going over a property due to your first impression. There’s a lot of things that you may not see if you don’t look at the details of a home as you walk through it.       





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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 8/14/2019

Perfect for first time homebuyers or those looking to downsize, this meticulously kept ranch awaits you. Home offers three bedrooms, two full baths, a family room addition on the first floor as well as an oversized two car garage with two driveways. Step in from your garage or side door to a mudroom landing area before you enter the eat in kitchen. You will appreciate the gleaming hardwood floors, the fireplaced living room as well as many updates throughout including newer windows, central air, updated decks and a finished lower level that has endless use opportunities. Located on a corner lot in a desirable neighborhood, this home is tucked away yet convenient to all major amenities. Make your appointment today and judge for yourself.

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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 8/11/2019

For first-time home sellers, promoting a residence to the right groups of homebuyers may prove to be a major challenge. Lucky for you, we're here to help first-time home sellers streamline the process of showcasing a house to prospective buyers and accelerating the property selling journey.

What does it take to promote a house effectively? Here are three tips to help first-time home sellers do just that.

1. Understand Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

A first-time home seller should evaluate a house's interior and exterior closely. By doing so, this property seller can identify any potential problem areas and work to address such issues accordingly.

Typically, a home appraisal offers a great starting point for home sellers. This appraisal ensures a property inspector can assess a house both inside and out and offer expert insights into a residence's strengths and weaknesses.

After a home appraisal is completed, a home seller can use the appraisal report findings to prioritize assorted home improvements. That way, a home seller can commit the necessary time and resources to transform various home weaknesses into strengths.

2. Improve Your House's Curb Appeal

It is paramount for a first-time home seller to consider the homebuyer's perspective. In fact, doing so may make it easy for a home seller to uncover ways to bolster a residence's curb appeal.

Consider what homebuyers will see when they view a house for the first time. This will enable a home seller to identify potential issues and work to resolve such problems without delay.

For example, a home with long, uncut grass or chipped paint on the exterior may be an eye sore. As a result, homebuyers might shy away from this residence after they see it for the first time.

On the other hand, a house with a pristine front lawn and a dazzling exterior may make a great first impression on homebuyers. This means a homebuyer probably will view this house in a positive light – something that may lead a property buyer to submit an offer.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to promoting a house, there may be no better option than hiring a real estate agent. Together, a real estate agent and a first-time home seller should have no trouble promoting a residence to the right homebuyers, at the right time, every time.

A real estate agent will teach a home seller about the housing market and help him or her plan ahead for any potential home selling pitfalls. Plus, this housing market professional will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure a home seller can maximize the value of his or her residence.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will assist a home seller in any way possible. And if a home seller ever has housing market questions, a real estate agent will respond to these queries immediately.

Take the guesswork out of promoting your residence to homebuyers – use these tips, and a first-time home seller can stir up interest in his or her residence as soon as it becomes available.




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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 8/8/2019

Step onto the beautiful front porch and enter...you will immediately appreciate the old world charm that has been maintained beautifully in this property. Many details abound including built in cabinetry, mahogany window seat, high ceilings and so much more. Sit on your three season porch and look out onto your oversized lot for the neighborhood. Property sits on a beautiful corner that is tucked away yet minutes from all major amenities and conveniences. 1st floor has ample living space to entertain and relax with eat in kitchen, formal dining room, living room and den. In need of a first floor bedroom? Do what the current owners do and have the den convert to that. In need of an in law set up or teenage getaway? This home offers that too with a finished lower level family room with 3/4 bath and wet bar. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and endless opportunity. Bring your finishing touches to this one and call it your own.

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