Food has a way of bringing people together. Throw in some of the best seafood in the area, live music, plus The Midway Carnival, and you’ve got the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival.
You’ve done it! You’re ready to sell your home. This is a huge endeavor and quite frankly, it can
be taxing. You have so much to plan and do, but don’t worry, creating a house that is sale-ready
can be less complicated with a simple guide.
As exciting as it is to close on your new home, the anticipation of packing everything and moving can be daunting, to say the very least. As a matter of fact, experts say moving into a new home ranks up there alongside divorce, death of a loved one, job loss and major illness as one of the most stress-inducing life changes people encounter. Moving takes a lot of planning and worrying. It forces you to think about how much you truly need or want an item in your new house.
So while moving is inarguably difficult, you...
Myth #106: Your home must be renovated before it can go
Myth #105: Having multiple agents is the best course of action
Myth #103: Zestimates are always accurate
Myth #104: It's okay to lowball your offer
Myth #105: Always go with the lender with the lowest rates
We get it, you have a very busy life. And keeping your home clean on a daily basis can be tricky, even for those who are stay-at-home parents or work from home. Most every home is challenged with “clutter-control” issues. Stacked up old magazines, kid’s projects, or even garage items that you never throw away…all lend itself to a visually messy-looking home.
If you think that decluttering your living space has to be time consuming, it doesn’t. By spending just a few minutes a day, reducing home clutter can become a way of life. The long-term benefits will save you time and energy…...
First and foremost, selling your home is stressful. So prepare yourself before you jump in with both feet. That being said, consider this a warning — today’s buyers are demanding. They’re savvier about market dynamics, can easily access home value data online, and will most likely want to see your home on their own schedule. Today’s buyers will come to an open house armed (and dangerous!) with research, analytics and tough questions. Baking cookies...