When you're looking to buy a house, you might think it makes sense to go directly to the agent who's listed the property for sale. Some of the more common reasons people give for doing so are: Why not? Doesn't it just make sense... The agent listed the property and is the one selling it. … Continue reading Should You Go Directly To The Listing Agent When Buying A House?
Let's change the meaning of YOLO from "you only live once" to "you only list once". When you decide to list your house for sale, list it like it is the first, last, and only time you are going to. Because, if you list it more than once...it's going to hurt you. Selling your home begins in a hopeful manner.
This Midtown Harrisburg town home is ready to change hands. Off hand, the perks of living here include the ability to walk to Elementary Coffee, Midtown Scholar Bookstore, The Millworks, The Broad Street Market, The Jackson House, a Fine Wine & Good Spirits store and The Midtown Tavern.
Overview of the Hampden Summit neighborhood located in Hampden Township, Mechanicsburg, PA.
Overview of the Hampden Heights East neighborhood located in Hampden Township, Mechanicsburg PA.
You've seen this happen...A house sits on the market forever, and it doesn't get sold. You see an agent's for sale sign sitting in the yard for months and months. And then, all of a sudden, another one appears. Sometimes, the new agent will get the house sold. But sometimes, no matter how many different agents list the house, it just never sells. You've been watching that house "expire". That is industry-speak for when a house doesn't get sold during the time frame an owner has a listing contract with a particular real estate agent.
You've had it!
Enough is enough. Your home's been on the market way longer than you expected and it still hasn't sold.
You had some showings at the beginning. But after the first couple of weeks, the showings dropped off to almost zero.
You have a showing here and there, still. But nobody has come back for a second look. And nobody has even made an offer. Don't they know your price is negotiable? (I mean, you don't want them low-balling you...but if they like the house, they should at least make an offer, right?)
Every homeowner wants their home to look polished, pulled together and reflect their personal style. But not every homeowner wants to put in the effort to get it there.
Some people just hate decorating, and the thought of decorating an entire home? Well, that just sounds terrible.
But you can have a gorgeous, well-decorated home even if you're Pinterest challenged. Here are 5 decorating tips for people who hate to decorate:
When you first start looking at houses to buy, you're probably looking to find the best house possible...not looking for the best real estate agent possible.
It usually begins innocently enough...
Maybe you see a house online. So, you reach out to the agent with the click of the button. Or send a quick e-mail. Perhaps even pick up the phone to ask a few questions, or schedule a showing. Next thing you know, you're being sent listings by e-mail, and going out to see houses with that agent.
There is a certain mystique to older homes. With each one there is always a veil of mystery to be pulled back with every structure that predates the 1970’s. This mystery has a level of attraction to a certain subset of homeowners. So popular are these stalwart buildings that defiantly stand against the withering of time that whole magazines, movies and TV shows are dedicated to their existence and upkeep.