Seller Tips

Oct. 25, 2019

Upsize? Downsize? Rightsize?

As See in Saddlebag Notes by Jo Parsons 10/25/2019

When you moved to SaddleBrooke did you think of that new home as being a part-time abode, downsizing residence or permanent home?

Many start out with a smaller home because they are Winter Residents, a larger home because they ...

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June 28, 2019

Staging Your Vacant House Without Spending a Fortune

As Seen in Saddlebag Notes on 6/28/2019 by Beth Fedor

One of the questions home sellers frequently ask Realtors is whether or not to stage a house they have vacated. Be assured that nothing is more boring (and forgettable!) to potential buyers than an empty house – especially ...

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Oct. 5, 2018

The Real Estate Concierge – An Indispensable Asset Beyond Your Home Sale or Purchase

You’re likely familiar with the term “concierge” in relation to metropolitan hotels or cruise ships, but did you know that the real estate industry is, more and more, offering concierge services to buyers and sellers? The best travel concierges are not only well-trained and well-connected professionals, but they are passionate ...

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Sept. 19, 2018

6 tips for a First Time home Seller

Is it time to move?  Have you outgrown your ‘starter home’? Is your job taking you out of town or is your commute just too long?  Remember the excitement and emotion in buying your first home?  Well, I’m happy to tell you that selling your first home ...

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Posted in Seller Tips
Sept. 10, 2018


Should you spend the money to pre-inspect your home before putting it on the market?  Absolutely!  As homeowners we tend to get attached to our homes in their current state and over time it’s common for flaws to blend in.  A Buyer is not going to overlook ...

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Posted in Seller Tips
Aug. 24, 2018


SaddleBrooke Sells

by Lynn Tofel Dent, REALTOR®

If you put your home on the market today, would it appeal to newly retired “baby” Baby Boomers? Young Baby Boomers are in their fifties and are not only likely to be extremely computer savvy, but there’s a good chance they watch TV ...

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