Blogging About Loans: Getting ready to sell your home in Castle Rock Colorado

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Getting ready to sell your home in Castle Rock Colorado

getting ready to sell your homeGetting ready to sell your home in Castle Rock Colorado

Whew! You've made it through the holidays! Time to take down the decorations and put them away. But where are you going to put them? You've run out of storage space. Matter of fact, you're out of garage space, bedroom space, and every other kind of space! All signs you might be getting ready to sell your home!

Here's an excellent article from an east coast expert on things to do when you are getting ready to sell your home.

BUT the first step is to find a local real estate agent to determine if now really is the right time for you. The agents will then give you personalized tips on getting ready to sell your home.

Call us today for a list of experts in the Castle Rock area.

Ruth Vogt Colorado Mortgage Lender
Ruth Vogt,
Business Development Manager (LMB100023827)
720-489-0712
rvogt@wrstarkey.com
www.MyLenderOfChoice.com
6025 South Quebec, Suite 110
Centennial, CO 80111
 
 http://www.dora.state.co.us/real-estate/index.htm

Preparing your home for sale does not have to be expensive or painful. You need to start with a plan and organize what needs to be done.  You need to figure out how much time and money you will need to get the job done.

Here are some helpful hints:

1. MAXIMIZE CURB APPEAL

    Be aware of the first impression your home makes when a buyer walks through the door.  Positive first impressions often create immediate sales.  Take a good look at your home and catalog all the repairs and cleaning that need to be done before you show your home.

Start on the outside.  Take a look at your home from the street, that's where the buyers first impressions are made.  Does your home look inviting and tidy, neat and clean.

2. GETTING READY TO SHOW

A fresh coat of paint, especially in neutral colors, goes a long way.  Painting or wallpapering over freshly painted walls seems less of a chore to a buyer.

Kitchen and bathroom walls, ceilings and floors should be clean, bright and uncluttered.

Before every showing, make a detailed inspection of your home and maximize its appeal to the buyer.

Most serious buyers will want to see every room, closet and space in your home.  Make it easy for them to see everything clearly and with adequate natural or arteficial light.

Have technical information about the age, size and capacity of the heating, cooling and hot water systems, your annual fuel and utility bills, age and general condition of the appliances and roofing.  Serious buyers need these facts, especially cost items when figuring out what they will be able to afford.

 

As a full-time realtor, I have the experience to know what improvements will maximize your home's attractiveness to potential buyers.  Call me for a free analysis, at 917-575-0583.  I look forward to meeting you to help you get your plan in action.

 

Gaye Granice,

Associate Broker at Appleseed Homes

Helping to make all your dreams come true!


Opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the view of Fairway Independent Mortgage.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsRuth Vogt • January 04 2010 05:52PM

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So, Ruth, this is your reblog.  Question.  You wrote quite a bit at the top but you will not get the maximum points for the blog.  Right? 

Posted by Barbara S. Duncan, GRI, e-PRO, Executive Broker, Searcy AR (RE/MAX Advantage) over 8 years ago

That's correct. I only get 25 points from AR. And the original author gets 25 points. So the purpose of reblogging isn't about AR points, rather it's about Google rankings. I posted this just a few hours ago, and if you google search Getting ready to sell your home in Castle Rock Colorado it's already ranked first (organic search) on the first page.

Posted by Ruth Vogt, 719-592-0855 Apply 24/7 www.ColoradoHomeLender.com (Fairway Independent Mortgage, LLS. Equal Housing Opportunity. Regulated by the Division of Real Estate.) over 8 years ago

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