IS IT WORTH YOUR TIME AND MONEY? Before you update your 1970s bathroom, know that you may not recoup all your remodeling costs when you sell. Some remodeling choices actually make it harder to sell a home, such as materials on their way out of style. Other upgrades may be necessary to attract any reasonable… Continue reading THREE THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU SELL
Most people hire a real estate agent to sell their home. In fact, 91% of Texans did so in 2020, according to research by the National Association of REALTORS® . If you are considering selling your home on your own, make sure you know what you are in for. The process can be complicated and… Continue reading THINKING OF SELLING YOUR HOME YOURSELF?
GOES WITH THE SELLER Table lamp Television Potted plant Bed Couch Dining room table Area rug Lawn mower Hammock Patio grill* Bookcase* Washer and dryer* Paintings and decorations “Contracts commonly used in Texas home sales state that the house, fixtures, improvements, and accessories are part of the sale. Here are examples of what stays and… Continue reading WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE SALE OF A HOUSE?
WASH EVERYTHING Start with a clean space. Use a hose, power washer, or damp cloth to get rid of pollen, cobwebs, wasp nests, and similar unwelcome things. If you have a deck, pergola, or other wooden feature, give it a fresh coat of stain. Are your chairs rusty or rotted? Replace or remove them. Make… Continue reading STAGE YOUR OUTDOOR SPACES
Dear Homeowner, There is a good chance you’ve been hearing about how hot the real estate market is. Like many homeowners, you might be considering a move but you’ve been waiting for the right time. As a real estate professional, I’m thrilled to report a positive outlook for those who are thinking about selling. Below… Continue reading Low Inventory