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April 2012 - Posts

Inspect for Code Violations Before you Sell
Code violations can extend the home-selling process or halt it altogether. Therefore, it’s good business to hire a home inspector before placing your home on the market. A quality home inspector is well-versed in all local codes dealing with e lectrical, Read More...
Working Kitchens Catch the Eye of Aspiring Chefs
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Sellers: Leave your Home for showings!
Should I stay or should I go when my home is showing? Gently put, most agents say that when potential homebuyers come to see your home, it’s best that you leave the premises. Perspective buyers don’t want to see owners hovering or milling Read More...
Spring Staging
Any home stager will tell you that “staging is staging” and the principals remain the same throughout the year—keep things clean, clutter free and colorful. But that doesn’t each season comes without its own brand of staging magic. Read More...
The Smell of Success
Home sellers do everything they can to make their house look as beautiful as possible, yet appealing to home buyers’ other senses can be just as important -- especially when it comes to the sense of smell. While you may not think your home has a Read More...