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CONGRATS to our 2016 buyers and sellers! ~ The Bridge Team at RE/MAX of Cherry Creek

2016 was such a wonderful year! Thank you to my sellers and buyers for the privilege of helping you! If you have goals to sell or buy, I’m here to help you succeed. #BridgeTeam #denverrealestate

The Bridge Team, 303.331.4589
Shelley Bridge, 303 981-4560, Shelley@denverhomeshere.com
Pam Tomlinson, 303-638-5320, Pam@denverhomeshere.com

Austin Home Buyers & Sellers Market

Market Update with Kenn Renner & Kenton Brown – Austin Home Buyers & Sellers Market Transcript: Kenn Renner: Hi, this is Kenn Renner, real estate broker .

Austin’s real estate market is one of the most competitive in the country. Right now, seller’s have the upper hand, as buyers are often finding themselves in .

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Great listing photos of your home for sale are a requirement not a bonus.

Camera gear doesn’t guarantee good listing photos. Planning does.

professional photographer for real estate listing photo

There is this urban legend that if a real estate agent buys the right camera, all they have to do is point it at something and press a button, and the end result will be a professional-quality photograph.

I almost always want a better camera, a shiny new lens and maybe a nicer lightweight tripod. It’s easy to spend an entire commission check for selling a small condo — and more — on basic photography equipment.

excerpt from Teresa Boardmansarticle on Inman

 

If you are going to list your home for sale you will need to do everything to make sure your home is presented to potential buyers in the best way possible. Buyers will see you home photos online before making the choice to see it in person. Tech nology is a great thing but buying the TECH TOOLS is not a simple fix: you have to know how to use them.

If you Real Estate Agent takes pictures and you don’t like them ask for new photos to be taken or ask for them to hire a professional photographer in you area.

5 Ways Sellers Can Prepare for a Home Inspection

Don’t hide what isn’t working: If an appliance isn’t working, leave a note that indicates what isn’t working and how you’re getting it fixed. Don’t try to conceal defects because it can make the inspector start to view you as dishonest and wonder what else you’re hiding.

Make things accessible: Ensure the location of the attic and crawlspace are identified and easy to access. Don’t make a home inspector move your belongings in order to gain access.

Check the lightbulbs: If a lightbulb isn’t working, the inspector will need to determine if the fixture is inoperable. Save them time by making sure all the lightbulbs in the home operate, including those in the crawlspace, attic, and furnace rooms.

Note septic systems: If you have a septic system in the yard, be sure to leave a sketch that includes the location of it. It’ll avoid home inspectors, buyers, and real estate professionals having to conduct prolonged searches for it, Leopold says.

Keep appliances clear: Don’t leave dirty laundry in the washing machine or dryer because the inspector will need to test the appliances, and he doesn’t want to have to pull out dirty clothes in front of everybody. Also, make sure your oven and stovetop are clear and clean, so we can easily test them without setting off the smoke alarm.

Preparing for a Home Inspection, What should sellers do to help?

By David R. Leopold

We see it every day. Sellers who don’t take the time to ensure a smooth home inspection and who pay for it in the long run. A little preparation can ensure sellers have great home inspections.

Home inspectors typically arrive 30-45 minutes early to the home inspection appointment so that they are professionally set up and ready to go when you arrive. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been greeted at the door a half hour before everyone is set to arrive by a person who looks as if they’re freshly out of bed.

If a seller does this, he’s about two hours late for his presentation. On inspection day, the house should be empty of the owners and their presence. In fact, everything should be just like it was on the initial viewing day. Be ready for inspection day by getting up and out of the house an hour before the appointment. The home should also be clean and pets should be removed or crated.

If something isn’t working properly, don’t try to hide it. We will find it. Buyers get very suspicious when sellers deliberately try to conceal defects. They immediately see you as dishonest and wonder what else you’re hiding. It’s not worth losing their confidence over a trivial defect. Just leave a note: “We know about it and we’re getting it fixed.”

In addition, make sure the location of attic and crawlspace hatches are identified and are easily accessible, as home inspectors hate moving your stuff.

If the hatch is in a closet, remove any clothing that is hanging directly under the hatch as well as anything on the floor. Your home inspector doesn’t want to move your smelly sneakers.

It’s also important to check every area of the house for blown light bulbs. This includes the crawlspace, attic, garage and furnace room. We don’t want to waste time determining if a fixture is inoperable or simply has a blown bulb.

Do you have a septic system or a well buried in your yard? If so, make sure you leave a sketch of the locations. There’s nothing worse than a group of contractors, home inspector, buyers and their REALTOR® wandering around a yard needlessly, searching for something you know the exact location of.

Lastly, please don’t leave your dirty laundry in the washing machine or dryer. We have to test these appliances and we don’t want to pull your dirty underwear out of the washer in front of everybody. Also, make sure your oven and stovetop are clear and clean so that we can easily test them without setting off the smoke alarm.

Some of these items may seem like REALTOR® 101, but I’ve noticed over thousands and thousands of home inspections that only the most successful REALTORS® pay attention to these details. Help your seller help themselves—and you—get ready for inspection day.

By David R. Leopold is the owner of Pillar To Post Home Inspection located in Fairfield County, Conn.

For more information, visit www.pillartopost.com

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