Buyers / Sellers
Buying your new home is a serious venture.
It can be an absolute pleasure or a massive headache. Your house is not
just your home, it is a serious investment in the dwelling, the area
and your future.
When buying a home - you're bound to have many
questions. For example, "In what area can I find a home that suits my
needs?", "How much money will I need to afford the monthly payments?"
and "How long will the home buying process take?"
If you are
buying a horse farm, there are additional questions that you will have
pertaining to how the particular property will suit your horses needs.
You will want to know the specifics of the horse amenities such as what
kind of fencing the fields have, does it have a ring and what kind of
footing the ring has and details of what the barn and stalls are like.
It is important that you hire an agent who is familiar with your
particular wants and needs as an equestrian buyer.
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When selling your home, there are no
guarantees that a buyer will simply walk through the front door. In
many cases you may have to bring your home to the buyer. Effective
marketing will help ensure that your property receives maximum exposure
to attract a ready, willing and able buyer. Since 84% of home buyers
are starting their search for a home on the web it is important to hire
an agent who has a strong internet presence. Did you know that there
are over 40 websites on which to market a home? It is important to
ensure that your home is advertised on as many of these sites as
The appearance of your home, a buyer's first
impression, and other considerations can also affect the sale of your
home. In the current real estate market, there is a lot of inventory
available to buyers. You need to have your home in as excellent
condition as possible in order to ensure that your home is the one that
a buyer will want to choose over all of the other homes in the same
Have you considered that home prices in your
neighborhood and the value of your property are also factors used for
pricing your home? It will be necessary for your agent to prepare a
CMA to help determine the market value of your particular home.