Look who’s hiring!

Be Confident, Be Prepared, Be Yourself – Get the Job! Summer's almost here, so I thought this info might be helpful for those high school or college students who are hoping to get employed. Check this out: The following workshops will help prepare young adults ages 16 - 24 to enter the work force. Interviewing skills, resume …

4 simple steps to boost curb appeal

Let's start at the curb. The majority of buyers find homes on the Internet.  And then most buyers like to hop in their car and drive by those homes that looked good on paper. The goal is to impress buyers at the curb! Make them want to see more. And ultimately, get an offer above your asking price. What? It could …

Neighborhood Features That Drag Down Your Home Value

The spring home-buying season is here! But before you rush out to buy, check out this list of things you don't want to have in your neighborhood. Location, location, location! Above all else, this is key in maximizing your home's value.   Source: Realtor.com's "Neighborhood Features That Drag Down Your Home Value"

The Value of Professional Staging

Home Staging is like dressing up your house for a very special occasion: a sale. If you were giving a presentation to a crowd of people, you wouldn't show up smelling like a litter box, or have dirt and fingerprints on your face, would you? No! You'd shower, comb your hair, groom your nails, brush your teeth (maybe even …

48 ways to speed the sale of your house

Evaluate...Repair...Update...Paint...Brighten...De-personalize...De-clutter...Organize...Clean...Hide signs of pets...Stage inside...Prune and Landscape...Stage outside... Evaluate 1. Have a Realtor®, an interior decorator or professional organizer walk through your home to evaluate what needs to be updated, repaired or removed Repair 2. Patch damaged walls 3. Replace cracked floor tiles 4. Oil squeaky doors 5. Fix sticky windows 6. Fix leaky faucets and toilets 7. Re-caulk …

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