Realty With Robb

3 expensive home selling errors

Three costly mistakes to avoid when selling your house. There are three major areas where sellers cost themselves significant amounts of money when selling their home. They involve pricing, condition, and marketing. I will discuss the ways that home sellers hurt themselves in each of these areas, and then tell you how ...

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When to Consider Buying a “Diamond in the Rough”

Let’s face it. When you visit a home during a scheduled viewing or open house, you’re usually seeing it at its best. The rooms are tidy. The sinks are clean. The closets are organized and uncluttered. Even the lighting is set to its brightest. That’s just good old-fashioned marketing. However, not every ...

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Returning home.

"No one knows how beautiful it is to travel until he comes HOME and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow." -Lin Yutang   ...

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How many houses should I see?

How man houses should I see before I buy one? How many homes do you need to see before you make an offer on one? Well, ideally the answer is one. I mean that is all you are going to buy right? Yeah, I get that you have that uneasy feeling ...

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Increasing Foyer Appeal

You’ve heard of curb appeal. It refers to the good impression buyers tend to get when they first see your house “from the curb”. The greater the curb appeal, the more enticing your house will seem. But there’s another type of appeal you may not be aware of: Foyer appeal. That’s ...

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Staging sells homes.

  When it comes time to sell your home, one of the areas people always want (and need) help with is staging the house for sale. With all of the details that require your attention, it can be a little intimidating. As with all aspects of real estate, I like to simplify things ...

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Investment advice from Armstrong Williams

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The best realty question.

"What houses do you have for sale?" This is easily my favorite question. Not just because it tells me that I have a potential real estate client in front of me who is looking to buy a home, although I have to admit that is part of it. No, I love ...

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