Literally 90% of the walls in this 4000+ square foot house are straight up Pepto 😬
The beginning of a Realtor/Client relationship can sometimes be awkward – it’s important for everyone to understand expectations in order to make these first few encounters a little more fun and less stressful. There are a number of steps you should take before actually going out to see houses – (see Myth #4 – The… Read More You Don’t Need A Signed Agreement To Work With A Realtor
It takes a lot of work to prepare your house for the market, no matter what state it’s in (ok, so maybe more work for some than others), but listen to what your agent recommends and do as much of what they say as possible. Here are some things that are typically recommended (could be… Read More Marketing Expenses Aren’t Your Agent’s Responsibility
Um…yes, please! Introducing #fabfriday where I get to show you the awesome stuff I find when out looking at houses. Call this kitchen yours for a cool $1.2+ in Olney, MD 😍😍😍
What IS this?! I couldn’t figure it out. Still can’t. Anyone have any guesses? We found this on our final walkthrough before closing 😱, which would typically have been a huge issue but we had already negotiated a credit for carpet replacement. Don’t forget to lift those dog beds, people!
As we start to settle in after the chaos of the holidays, I wanted to start the year off with a simple myth that I’m always surprised isn’t well known. As a buyer, you are NOT responsible for paying your Real Estate Agent’s commission (!!!!). The only cost the buyers are responsible for are the… Read More Whether You’re Buying or Selling, You Have To Pay Your Real Estate Agent’s Commission