On the one hand, you want to set a listing price that maximizes interest among qualified, motivated buyers who will be willing to pay top dollar for your property. Indeed, such buyers will ultimately determine your property's top market value.
On the other hand, you do not want to set a listing price that attracts a lot of buyer prospects, but sets the stage for negotiations that result in your getting less than what your property is really worth.
Your Home's Actual Market Value
In a perfect world, your home's value would be everything you think and need it to be. However, simply put, your home's value is not determined by you, but by what the market is willing to pay for it at a given time. These
You don't need thousands of dollars to refurbish your home and make it feel like new again. Instead, you can DIY a lot of features in your house to help spruce it up for the upcoming season. Whether you plan to sell your home, have guests over, or are just tired of how drab it is been feeling lately, here are a few tips and tricks you can use to refresh your space:
CLEAN + DECLUTTER Throw out all of the junk taking up space! You'd be surprised by how much more you'll fall back in love with your home when you take out the collection of accumulated stuff that has piled up over the years and finally get to see your home's features for what they are. Store what you don't need/use
If you’re preparing to sell your home, curb appeal should be a priority. When someone is walking by or coming to your open house, the outside of your home is the first thing they will see. If there is no curb appeal, potential buyers may never even set foot in your home. Instead of ignoring your home’s outdoor appearance, consider making some budget-friendly changes that can add appeal to your home without breaking the bank.
1. Landscape Your Walkway
Create a smooth transition from the street to your front door. A clear path will allow a potential buyer’s eye to look straight to your home, rather than stopping to concentrate on unkept landscaping. Clean your walkway and create groupings of mid-size shrubby and florals close to the road and
First time on the market! This rare 2880 square foot mid-century home is located in the prime Beacon Hill neighborhood. This large home needs modern updates to make it perfect. Great investment opportunity. Single level home with daylight basement, a separate entry offers income possibilities. Lower level features over-sized rooms, kitchen area, full bath and laundry facilities. Potential MIL. Huge windows fill the upper level with natural light. Master bedroom has a 1/2 bath attached. Second bedroom is partitioned and has 2 doors for entry. Large yard with fruit trees and deck. Bring your vision. Home sold As-Is. Convenient location near bus lines, quick access to I-5, near schools, parks, library and minutes to
At the time of this writing, this is the lowest price per square foot townhome in Madison Valley! Technically a townhouse, but lives like a single family residence. No HOA (or dues), no shared walls, no zero lot line (has its own lot), but still has a dedicated parking space.
Not only does it have the best value in the area, it's a featured property in the annual Open House Treasure Hunt!
I will be holding the open house this Saturday from 1-4 pm. Come and see this wonderful home and "hunt for treasure" at the same time! There will be door prizes and you'll receive an entry into the Treasure Hunt prize pool!
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2.4 percent rise in median prices for sales of single family homes
Slight 1.9% decrease in closings
KIRKLAND, Washington (May 6, 2019) – Housing activity during April signaled good news for buyers in Western Washington as inventory continued to grow, the rate of price increases was slowing in many areas (and even decreasing in a few counties), and mortgage rates remained low.
Northwest Multiple Listing Service statistics for last month show a 28.5 percent overall increase in active listings compared to the same month a year ago, a 5.8 percent gain in pending sales, and a 2.4 percent rise in median prices for sales of single family homes and condos that