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Why Stage Your Home?

By Lee Cameron | Published 06/14/2007 | Real Estate |

One of the big questions that any home seller will have to ask themselves is: "Why should I stage my home?" Simple. With all the competition in home markets around the country home staging has almost become necessary in selling a home.

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Floors more than any other aspect have the ability to radically change the look of any room or area. Putting brand new floors into a home not only increases it's asking price on the market but drastically improves the marketing strength of the home.

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The pricing of a home can be one of the single most important aspects of a home sale. The price tag that you put on your home has the power to attract or repel buyers quite easily. The last thing you want to hear is the phrase "X dollars, for that place? Seriously?"

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When it comes to selling a home one term that gets thrown around a lot is "curb appeal." As most people know, curb appeal refers to the general state of your home and how it looks at first glance. But it goes much deeper than that.

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Irrespective of your experiences in buying and selling property at auction or moving into this field for the first time, there is always a lot to learn. Many of us consider this phrase in life we learn from our mistakes.

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The Costs of Closing

By Lee Cameron | Published 05/29/2007 | Real Estate |

Whether you are buying or selling, closing a sale can be costly. There is a lot to think about above and beyond what the mortgage payments will be.

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Buying: Think About Location

By Lee Cameron | Published 05/29/2007 | Real Estate |

There is one credo that has always held true in the world of real estate: location, location, location. The same home in different locations can have a selling value that is vastly different, in either direction.

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Buying a home is an exhilarating feeling. It can be one of life's biggest rewards. It has the potential to serve not only as your home for many years, but as the basis of your financial portfolio. as such you should never jump into a home purchase.

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