Wednesday, March 24, 2021 / by Linda Maxwell
Work With the Best Real Estate Agents in Your Area
When buying or selling a house, you want a real estate agent who negotiates the best deal and treats you as their most important client. That’s what you get when you choose one of our Endorsed Local Provider real estate agents.
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Our agents inspire and serve their clients first. Getting to know you on a personal level allows a solid recommendation to you ...
Thursday, February 25, 2021 / by Linda Maxwell
How Much Does It Cost To Move?
Congrats! You’re moving! Before you pack up a pile of books and appliances into cardboard boxes, you may wonder whether you should move everything yourself or hire a moving company. It’d be nice to sit back while a team of movers does all the heavy lifting—unless they drop your 50-inch LED TV. But there’s a bigger risk at hand: not budgeting enough money for moving costs.
So how much does it cost to move these days? Well, there are many factors to consider. But we’ll give it to you straight. The average cost for a local move typically ranges anywhere from $500 for a one-bedroom apartment to $1,400 for a four-bedroom house.1
Keep in mind, that range is based on the cost to hire a moving company for a local, short-distance move. If you’re doing a long-distance or out-of-state move, the price range goes up. But there are always ways to save money.
Since there are so many different factor. ...
Monday, December 3, 2018 / by Linda Maxwell
Smart homebuyers have always looked for good deals on homes they know will increase in value. But after the housing market meltdown several years ago, today's buyers are even more determined to find a bargain, and they're careful about which homes they choose to spend their hard-earned money on.
To catch the attention of these savvy prospective buyers, you need to price your home attractively and play up the features that today's buyer will find most valuable.
You could guess at how to do that yourself, but most likely, you'll end up wasting time and money while your home sits on the market. However, an experienced real estate agent can help you get your strategy right the first time, saving you valuable time and getting your home sold at a much better price. A report from the National Association of Realtors shows that homes sold through a real estate agent averaged $230,000 while the average seller without a real estate agent sold their home for just $184,0 ...