Tips to Trigger a Bidding War

Posted on: 15 September 2020

A bidding war can help you sell your house at the highest possible price. Unfortunately, many home sellers don't know how to entice prospective buyers into bidding wars. The following are some practical tips to trigger a bidding war. Build Buzz Market your property thoroughly. Market the house on different platforms, such as: A dedicated website Social media pages MLS (Multiple Listing Service) sites Flyers Also, use different marketing media such as:
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How to Save Money on a Home Purchase Through a Rebate

Posted on: 14 September 2020

Most people spend more money buying a house than any other assets they purchase. Homes are costly, yet you can save money when buying a house by taking advantage of incentives and rebates. If you are unsure how to do this, continue reading to learn more about how home buyer rebates work. Home Rebates are a Form of Incentive When you view home listings, you might notice that some contain incentives.
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The Benefits of Hiring a Property Tax Consultant When Re-appraising Your House

Posted on: 11 September 2020

Do you live in a neighborhood that has recently seen some of its real estate values decline? While markets can change at any time, if the value of your home has clearly gone down through no fault of your own, you and some of your neighbors could currently be paying more in property taxes than you should be. This is because there can often be a bit of a lag between when the real estate market plummets and when your local town or district gets around to re-appraisal.
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Don't Let These Myths Misguide You When Shopping for a Single Family Home

Posted on: 11 September 2020

Finding the perfect single-family home for your family is not always easy. Some people look at hundreds of homes before finding "the one." While there is nothing inherently wrong with that — and you certainly don't want to settle for a not-ideal home just because you're tired of searching — you should make sure that none of these common myths are extending your house-hunting process and causing you to overlook some perfectly suitable homes.
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