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What Sellers Don’t Need to Fix Before Listing

Blog Contributor Sellers, Staging, Working with Clients 6 Comments

By Neil Goradia

Your clients want to sell their home for the most amount of money, and if they need to make repairs or updates, they want to ensure they recoup what they spend.

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I recently sold my house. I have to tell you, I was really stressed out. Turns out most people are stressed when …

How to Protect Home Buyers, Owners From Asbestos

Blog Contributor Hazard & Disclosures, Rental Properties, Safety 2 Comments

By Rachel Lynch When trying to find a buyer’s dream home, it’s critical to not lose sight of what really matters—and no, I don’t mean an immaculate kitchen. Whether your client is a first-time homebuyer, or a retiree looking to downsize, the state of their new home impacts their health. Unfortunately, even the most beautiful facade can be hiding an …

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If Homes Only Came With Warning Labels

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Sales & Marketing, Seller Financing, Working with Clients 3 Comments

By Brian Copeland I love reading warning labels.  One of my favorites is “For external use only,” which has been spotted on numerous curling irons.  Another favorite is on a child’s Halloween superman costume that says “Wearing of this garment does not enable you to fly.” Wouldn’t it be great if homes came with warning signs posted with the true …