1) How long have you been a full time real estate agent in my market? Over 16 years
2) How many homes do you close each year? 65-70
3) Who will be my primary point of contact? Myself
4) What qualities or certifications set you apart from other agents? I have been endorsed by Dave Ramsey for 11 years and was here from the start of the Endorsed Local Provider program in Louisville. My license as a Principal Broker and experience set me apart from other Realtors.
5) How will you help me sell and/or buy a home in a competitive market? My Marketing plan has proven results along with an honest market analysis of your property. In addition, I have a full time stager, professional photographer and on staff Marketing Manager.
6) Whats your commission fee? I would be happy to share this at our listing appointment as the law does not allow Brokers to advertise commission rates. I know you’ll be pleased though!
7) Do I have to sign a contract...
You’ve inherited a home now what?
Inheriting a home comes with a lot of responsibilities and decision making by the heir(s). If you have a loved one that has passed on and you’ve inherited their home or are the executor of the estate, below is a guideline to help you through the process before you decide whether or not to sell or keep the home.
Making sure the home is secure and re-keying is extremely important. (it’s almost impossible to know who may have a key). Notify the local police department that the property is now vacant. Speak with trusted neighbors and ask them to keep an eye on the property.
- Set up lights with timers to make the home appear to be occupied.
- Make sure mail is forwarded or regularly picked up and no leaflets are left at the door/porch.
- Continue making mortgage payments,...
If You Were Selling Today, Would You Have the Home That Buyers Want?
By: Dona DeZube
Published: November 8, 2013
Knowing what appeals to today’s homebuyers, and considering those trends when you remodel, can pay off years from now when you sell your home.
Two new surveys about what homebuyers want have me feeling pretty smug about my own home choices. Maybe you'll feel the same.
Privacy from neighbors remains at the top of the most-wanted list (important to 86% of buyers), according to the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS’® "2013 Community Preference Survey." Privacy is no doubt the best feature of my mid-century ranch home, since I can only see one neighbor’s house and it’s a couple...