Thanks to Hurricane Irma, we had some roof repair needs that we had to deal with. Our first round with the insurance company resulted in a denial to pay for our roof repairs because it didn't meet the 25% rule... however, we learned later that our roof tiles were no longer being produced and that the roof repairs needed were more than originally assumed... so we decided to try again with getting the insurance company to accept the claim and cover it. During this process, we came into contact with a number of roofing companies that were willing to take the lead on helping us. It was our first experience with having to consider the Assignment of Benefits, which led to some self-initiated research that I wanted to share with others.
Because most of the properties I have been the listing agent on sell quicker than competition and often for more, I have gotten the question quite a bit on why I think that is. Since the question has come up so frequently, I thought It was worth doing a post on this very topic that seems to have others scratching their heads.
Real estate transactions can be complex with lots of moving parts and considerations. There are a lot of factors, due dates, and financials involved. Here is a simple guide to explain the different types of fees and costs that are often involved in purchasing or selling property.
Most of the time it is pretty straight forward who needs to sign listing agreements and sales contracts for real estate transactions. But, what do you do when a property is owned as an LLC? This is a topic that requires legal guidance. Since I am not qualified to give legal advise, we will defer to the experts in this area. Sam Saad, a local real estate attorney, has shared some great guidance in this article he published today. His contact information is at the bottom of the article should you have any further questions on this topic.
Mortgage Insurance is a topic most people have heard of but many don't understand. What is mortgage insurance? Who pays for mortgage insurance? Is mortgage insurance required? Who does mortgage insurance protect? These and other questions are answered in this article.
Does home staging really make a difference in the ability to sell homes? Absolutely. Not only does it help them sell but it often helps them sell more quickly and for more money. Here is a great infographic to convey some key information about staging.
If you are considering selling your home, make sure to ask me about the $1,000 contribution I make towards staging for my sellers.
When it comes to getting the most money for your home with the least headaches in the shortest amount of time, nothing can stop that process faster than overpricing. In fact, it's the number one reason homes don't sell.
As a real estate professional commited to happy clients who are eager to get the most from their investment, sharing this must know information with potential sellers is on the top of my list.
When I am invited to a homeowners house to discuss selling their home, an important area we always discuss is how to get their home sold as quick as possible for the most amount of money as possible. Although pricing is a key factor as is the work the realtor does to advertise and market the home having a great product to offer to buyers is every bit as important. For that reason, home staging could be a necessary service to help you achieve your real estate goals. Check out this infographic from National Association of Realtors that highlights the impact that home staging has.
Sellers have one main priority... to sell their home. As such, being prepared to minimize the reasons a home doesn't sell is important. Check out this article that speaks to the top 5 reasons a home may not sell in today's market.
You have prepared to get your home on the market, carefully selected your realtor and launched it on the market... and then... and then... NOTHING. While we all would love a quick sale when we list, the reality for some sellers is that their homes may sit on the market much longer than others. If your home is on the market for sale and you aren't getting much showing traffic or you are getting traffic but no offers, below are some reasons that may explain why.
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