Why the Market Price is Your Best Price As with many areas of life, real estate, too raises a question of balance. Price too low and your net proceeds are less at closing. Yet price too high and you may never close. So what's a seller to do? Click here or below for this informative … Continue reading How Your Home Price And Market Time Are Related
Most of us are interested in avoiding hassles. Selling your house is no exception. But what about selling a home that could use some work, before you put it on the market? Concerned about the grind of preparing your property for sale? You're not alone. Don't fret about the work ahead! You have options. … Continue reading How To Sell Your Home With Minimum Hassle
President Herbert Hoover. Grammy Award nominee Gino Vannelli. Double Nobel laureate Linus Pauling. Renowned chef James Beard. Neo-classical composer Ernest Bloch. Authors Beverly Cleary and Walt Morey. Actors Sally Struthers, Frank Cady and Ginger Rogers. What do the people on this diverse list have in common? Celebrities all, they have each called Oregon 'home.' A Brush … Continue reading Should You Buy A Celebrity Home?
Especially during a 'hot' real estate market, it's understandable how some homesellers may wonder "Why isn't our house selling?" Some homesellers wait longingly, certain that if the sale of their property is 'meant to be,' a buyer will appear. But now, given a plethora of ways to gauge the popularity and market-friendliness of any listed … Continue reading Stop Waiting for Your House to Sell
Selling a home usually involves a considerable amount of planning. And like many activities, with homeselling there is a beginning, middle and an end. So somewhere approaching the mid-way point in the homeselling process and well before you reach the 'finish line' of closing, you'll receive at least one offer. But what happens then? Questions … Continue reading I Have An Offer On My House – Now What?
To adults and kids alike, superheroes seem to have time-tested appeal. Some think it's because they look different. Indeed, some superheroes dress uniquely. Others believe superheroes represent the 'good guy' and these days, we can always use more good guys and gals. Yet others suggest that superheroes are in the rescue business and we all … Continue reading Finding Your Real Estate Superhero
Compared to the life of famed superspy James Bond, buying or selling Oregon real estate is dull and monotonous, right? Au contraire. You might be surprised to see how such a comparison actually sizes up. http://certifiedrealty.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/What-007-Can-Teach-You-About-Oregon-Real-Estate.mp3 Click here or on the play button above to hear the audio podcast of this article. Not So Mundane, … Continue reading What James Bond Can Teach You About Oregon Real Estate
TMREI: Too Much Real Estate Information Sometimes absorbing the sea of Oregon real estate information is more like drinking from a fire hydrant. Yet, out of all the seemingly helpful real estate data bandied about, there is one especially helpful number, which when understood, can provide near-magical clarity to both homebuyers and homesellers. What Is It? What is this … Continue reading Oregon Real Estate’s Magic Number
Simultaneous/Consecutive Home Transactions Selling one home and buying another are frequently linked activities. In this article and podcast, we reveal how to maximize the efficiency and minimize the bother when simultaneously home buying and home selling. Click here or on the 'play' button below for the audio version of this presentation about homebuying while homeselling. … Continue reading Dancing The ‘Two Transaction Tango’