When you put your home on the market for the first time, you're bound to have questions - just like you did when you bought your first home, but now from the other side.Here's a quick list that a fabulous Coldwell Banker Heritage agent walks you through from listing to closing:
1. Sellers make the decision to sell their home.
2. Select a real estate company.
3. Meet with a Realtor to evaluate the market.
4. Home is listed “for sale.”
5. Home is marketed according to the plan.&... read more
Putting your home on the market is a big deal, right? Here are a few not so obvious tasks to check off your list as you make plans to sell your home.1. De-Clutter. Ok. This may be obvious to a lot of people, but taking the time to go into each room and remove non-essential items takes time and thought. What's non-essential? Family photos, bulletin boards, trophies, awards, etc. Anything personally decorative needs to be put in storage. Don't forget to de-clutter your yard, too. Garden gnomes, toys and wind catchers... read more
Posted by Rachel Ennis on February 25, 2019 in
Whether looking for a new house, upgrading your own, or just dreaming of what's next, exploring how to make your kitchen POP can be incredibly exciting (...and maybe overwhelming).Here's a super chic article we found showcasing 17 trends taking over kitchen designs for 2019. No matter your own style, there's something for everyone.Hope you're inspired just like we are.https://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/trends/g23693937/kitchen-trends-2019/... read more
**This week's blog feature is written by Mary Beth Downing, Realtor**The spring season is almost upon us. This is the time of the year when many choose to list their homes for sale. Spring is often the best time to list your property due to increased levels of buyer interest. While you love your home, it is important that you help others to do the same as part of your effort to sell it. One of the best ways to make others fall in love with your residence is by making improvements before you list it for sale. The t... read more
Buying a new house in an exciting experience. Suddenly you have this brand-new space to decorate. It is like starting with a blank canvas, the possibilities are endless. However, a brand-new home can also feel intimidating or even cold. It is a home you’re unfamiliar with, after all. It might take a little time before your new abode truly feels like home. To help the process along, here are a few things you might want to try.
Search for the familiarOdds are there are certain sights, sounds, and... read more