The amount of homes with that "For Sale By Owner" (aka FSBO) sign in the front lawn seldom seems to decrease.  We're here to let you know why doing what may seem like saving money, is actually costing you.

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Sometimes people are hesitant to put their home on the market because they don't want to use the time and money they think it will require to be "show ready."  

In reality, there are a few small things that can be replaced/repaired to give the home a huge boost in appeal!

Read more: Easy Ways to Make Your Home More Appealing

When selling a home the first impression is critical. Many home buyers eliminate homes quickly if the initial visual impression is not impressive. For this reason, it is important to enhance the curb appeal of your home prior to listing it for sale. Keep in mind that potential buyers will see your home differently than you do. If it has an unappealing or unorganized visage, that will reflect poorly on the rest of the home. It really does not matter how beautiful and warm the interior of the home is, if the outside is not enough to draw the buyers in for a closer look. So how to go about improving the curb appeal of your home?

Read more: Creating Curb Appeal

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See how to stage your home on your own to give that extra appeal to buyers!

The contracts that are involved in a real estate transaction can be a complicated thing to the untrained eye. Typically a real estate contract encompasses all aspects of the sale and purchase of a particular property. This includes all subjects and sub-clauses, details of the property and the funding that is involved. It's advisable to read over these documents in entirety with your realtor who can explain all aspects of the contract in greater detail.

Read more: Contracts in Real Estate