As 2018 comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the top home selling blog posts for the year!  It doesn’t matter if you are just deciding to sell your home or if it is a goal for 2019, these tips will help you get the most money for your home.  If you’re selling, our job is to get you the best price for what most people feel is their most valuable asset. We know the seller’s journey too – Everything from your decision to sell your home, to preparing your home for sale, marketing it correctly, to accepting an offer, to understanding escrow and to the closing table.

Here are our top blog post for selling a home in 2018!

A Sellers Guide to Toy Storage

When you are selling your home, showing potential buyers that the home has adequate storage is important.  The home should be free of clutter and every cabinet should look organized and put together.  The same rule goes for children’s rooms.  Normally, a child’s room may be filled with toys and look very “lived in.”  However, to a seller, seeing the mess may cause them to consider how that will work for them.  That is why it is important to maintain an organized room during showings.

Home Staging Tips that Work

Selling a house can be tricky especially when you are unfamiliar with the real estate industry. Most sellers try to sell the property with little knowledge of what the potential buyers might be looking for. Staging your home can help you sell your home quicker – and it doesn’t have to be difficult!  Here are a few tips!

Choose The Right Realtor To Sell Your Home

It is rather unfortunate that good real estate agents are few and far between. Choosing the right realtor to sell your home can be a challenging task. Ideally, you should select an agent who is willing to do whatever it takes for you to get the best deal on your house. Here´s how you can choose the right realtor to sell your home.

Tips For Selling A Home With A Small Kitchen

In the world we live in, there are numerous properties up for sale all the year round. The competition can make it extremely difficult for you to sell your home, regardless of whether your kitchen is big or small.