Monday, April 23, 2018

Step #2 Fee's for Selling your Home

Step 2: The Cost of Selling It is very important to first calculate the expenses that may be incurred while selling your home. This knowledge is absolutely necessary because it helps you to determine a good price for the house, as well as the potential profit ?? The cost of selling your home may include things like commission to be paid to the agent, Pro Rated taxes, specific reports, such as a property inspection. Both the Seller and The Buyer have their own set of Fee’s. All Fee’s are Negotiable!!!

Step 1: Reason for Selling your House

Step 1: Reason for Selling It is often more emotional to sell a home than to buy a home, and the reason for selling your home may be a determining factor in the urgency of the sale. The urgency may also have an effect on the price of the property. It is important to take the following factors that can influence the sale of your home into consideration: > Reason for selling > Price > Location > Condition of property > Size > Design / style > Accessibility

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

November News !! What is New?

Real Estate News November 2017
4 Reasons Why Bamboo Is Taking Home Decor by Storm decorative image Denver, Colorado - City Park Homeowners are often looking for home improvement options that strike the right balance between affordability, functionality, aesthetics and eco-friendliness. Bamboo has been marketed as something of a panacea—a kind of wonder wood that checks all the boxes. Designers, contractors and consumers have all taken note, as bamboo has made its way into homes as flooring, walls, window treatments, furniture and more. Here are the properties that are making this popular material a go-to green choice for interior design materials. Affordability Bamboo is a readily available wood…except for the fact that bamboo isn't a wood at all, but a grass! Therein lies the secret to bamboo's ascendant success as a housing material: It grows like a weed because it essentially is one. At a maximum of three feet per day, it is, in fact, the fastest growing plant on Earth. Versatility Just the one word "bamboo" doesn't do justice to the range of looks the material offers. It can vary greatly in shades and textures, making it a versatile option for decorators and designers. Durability Whether natural or manmade, few materials can match bamboo's physical properties pound for pound. Because bamboo grows in wet, tropical climates, it is well-suited to resisting rain and wind. In fact, this unassuming reed beats out hardwood, brick and concrete alike in terms of compressive strength, while rivaling steel in tensile strength. Sustainability As a growing number of homeowners look for eco-friendly materials in their decor, perhaps no single factor has contributed to bamboo's modern vogue in interior design more than its sustainability. As it is a grass rather than a tree, it can grow to a harvestable size (often over 100 feet) in a matter of months. This is in stark contrast to the years of water, fertilizer and pesticide required by other timber woods.

Monday, November 6, 2017

Friday, November 3, 2017