Why You Need to Sell This Summer

Why You Need to Sell This Summer

Home buying demand remains strong in the area but we still have a lack of inventory.  If you're thinking about selling, this summer is the perfect time.  Interest rates are still low, and our buyers are motivated and qualified to buy your home. 

6 Reasons Your Home Won't Sell

6 Reasons Your Home Won't Sell

Are you ready to sell your home and want it to have a great first impression on the market? Or maybe your home has been listed for a few weeks or months, and you can't figure out why it won't sell, and you know your agent is working hard to market it. I've listed below the top 6 reasons your home may not make a good impression and end up stagnant on the market.

Curb appeal 101

Curb appeal 101

You’ve decided to sell your house this spring. The photographer is coming today to take photos of the listing, and your home looks spectacular. Buyers will love the new hardwood floors in the common area. The new kitchen backsplash really stands out. And everything else is so clean, so attractive. Too bad prospective buyers might never see just how stunning it is.

Ready to place an offer?

Ready to place an offer?

Finally! You have found the place you want to call home. Congratulations!

It’s been a long time coming. Saving for the down payment. Getting your financial affairs in order to earn your loan prequalification. Figuring out just what you need in a home and the perfect location. Saratoga Springs? Clifton Park? Stillwater? Ballston Spa? Gansevoort? Scotia? And then looking at house after house after house before finding the one.

Now the real challenge begins. It’s time to write the offer.

What you need to know about buying a home

What you need to know about buying a home

There’s a scene in the movie “Baby Boom” where the New York executive played by Diane Keaton, fed up with the rat race, opens a magazine she’d been saving, turns to the page with an advertisement for a beautiful old house in Vermont and calls the real estate agent listed to buy that property.

For 99 percent of the nation’s population, it just isn’t that easy.