October 2018

Found 3 blog entries for October 2018.

Sandra Holmshaw with Nationwide Mortgage offers these tips on what not to do to if you are planning to purchase a home or condo for sale and you will be applying for a mortgage.

Give Sandra a call at the number below for more detailed information and to check the most current interest rates. 

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20 Tips To Help You Sell During The Fall Months

When listing your home for sale, your number 1 objective should be to get your home sold for the highest possible price and best terms. Before listing, you may want to ask if there are small projects you can do to ensure you reach your goal. As a local professional real estate agent, I can make simple suggestions you can implement to get your home ready for the market.

Here are a Few Tips

  • Your entry needs a new look!  A fresh coat of paint or a new front door will do wonders.
  • Landscaping needs help! A well groomed lawn and hedges shows buyers the home has been well taken care of.
  • Change bulbs both Interior & exterior lights - If they are not in working order. Light it up!
  • Clean
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Is the increase in Inventory a Bearish or Bullish Indication?

a recent Realtor.com article reported New listings increased by 8% year-over-year across the nation, the largest increase since 2013. Also reported, The total listings in the 45 biggest real estate markets are now up 6% on average as compared to last year.

This housing inventory increase has triggered two different reactions. Some folks are concerned that this signals a potential collapse, while other folks believe it is a welcomed reprieve from the lack of inventory that many markets have experienced.

In a recent 'Z Report by Zelman & Associates, "with the rate of home appreciation starting to decelerate alongside the uptick in inventory, we exect significant debate whether this

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