THE OTP The “Offer To Purchase And Contract” (Standard Form 2-T, aka OTP, dated 7/2018) is 13 pages long and updates tend to happen on an annual basis. Old timers in the real estate industry remember when the contract was 1 page! So let’s take a look at some of the “finer” points ... » Learn More about Explain The Offer To Purchase!
Thank goodness it’s extremely rare for us to get this question as practically every home we list, sells. And on those rare occasions when we do get this question, it’s because the seller cannot afford to sell their home at market value and the seller knew this before we listed ... » Learn More about Why Hasn’t My Home Sold?
It's a question practically every seller I meet asks me. And it usually comes right after they ask me to list their home. As you can imagine, the answer depends on many different factors. In this blog, we'll take a look at the results of the National Association Of Realtors "2017 Remodeling Impact ... » Learn More about What Projects Should I Tackle Before Selling My Home?
When home buyers drive your neighborhood, or when Realtors are previewing for their clients, what do they see? You never get a second chance to make a first impression, so make sure your home has the The Wow Factor: Seven Quick Curb Appeal Tips that makes people go “wow.” Take a walk around your ... » Learn More about Make It Sparkle: Eight Tips for Adding Instant Curb Appeal
Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or an experienced homeowner, buying a new home is always stressful. Here’s a handy checklist of six things you can do up front to make the process a lot easier. Before you start packing, here’s what you need to do. Prepare a budget. You need a clear ... » Learn More about Making the Right Move: A Checklist for Homebuyers