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Disclosaphobia? Worried about how and what to disclose?

Disclosaphobia? Worried about how and what to disclose?

Disclosaphobia? 5 Tips for Completing a Seller’s Disclosure   The seller’s disclosure is one of the most important documents that a buyer closely scrutinizes prior to going under contract. Here are important things to keep in mind as you complete this form. VICTORIA KEICHINGERAPR 8, 2016 The following is a guest post from Cara Ameer, an agent with Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The dreaded seller’s disclosure – it’s that pesky document that asks you umpteen questions. How many ceiling fans are in the property, what’s the make and model of each appliance, how old is the roof, A/C system and so forth. Really? Do you have to answer these questions and all of them? Well if you are selling your house, the answer is YES and you must answer to the best of your knowledge. Read More . ....

Introducing the new Coldwell Banker Search App

Introducing the new Coldwell Banker App We are excited to tell you about the new Coldwell Banker App. This app actually pulls from all the regional MLS  and tax office sites from within any zip code or neighborhood. By using this app, you will be able to see everything for sale within a given region. You can also set up your own search parameters and receive push notifications of listings that match your criteria. This way, you can be alerted right away when a new listing hits the market that matches what you have been looking for! Android Download:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=coldWellBankerUI.android&hl=en Apple iTunes Download: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/real-estate-coldwell-banker/id584927199?mt=8...

2016 Housing Trends Tomorrow, the South Central Board of REALTORS® will release the February 2016 Austin, Colorado, Fayette, Lee, and Washington County housing market reports, including news releases and accompanying infographics. Here’s a first look at the data:   Austin County February 2016 Statistics At-A-Glance 11 – Homes sold in February 2016, 27 percent less than February 2015. $165,000 – Median price in February 2016, 70 percent more than February 2015. 7.3 – Monthly housing inventory in February 2016, 0.5 months less than February 2015. 94 – Average number of days homes spent on the market in February 2016, 27 days more than February 2015. 173 – Active home listings on the market in February 2016, 10 percent less than February 2015. Colorado County February 2016 Statistics At-A-Glance 7 – Homes sold in February 2016, 42 percent less than February 2015. $132,500 – Median price in February 2016, 20 percent less than February 2015. 9.5 – Monthly housing inventory in February 2016, 0.9 months less than February 2015. 57 – Average number of days homes spent on the market in February 2016, 94 days less than February 2015. 112 – Active home listings on the market in February 2016, 7 percent less than February 2015. Fayette County February 2016 Statistics At-A-Glance 7 – Homes sold in February 2016, 42 percent less than February 2015. $170,000 – Median price in February 2016, 26 percent less than February 2015. 10.9 – Monthly housing inventory in February 2016, 1.3 months more than February 2015. 125 – Average number of days homes spent on the market in February 2016, 31 days less than...

If you are serious about selling….clear it out.

The first 30 days on the market are arguably the most important days in determining the sale of a home. When a new house hits the market, Realtor’s eagerly call their client base to notify them of the property which may fit their needs. As a result, heavier buyer traffic can be expected during the first days on the market. If you are serious about selling your home, it is vital that the home is prepared to show at its best from the minute it hits the market. Some people try to ‘casually’ enter the market, and fail to stage to sale. This ‘casual’ entrance to market may leave the home feeling cluttered and too ‘lived-in’ for potential buyers. Unfortunately, for many sellers, it takes months of showings before they finally understand that it is time to de-clutter and make the home ready for new owners. The key to selling is to stage a home so that other’s can envision themselves in the space. Many buyers do not have an eye for seeing past clutter or ‘unique’ personal decor preferences. Instead, buyers enjoy seeing cleaned out closets and cabinets, clear surface areas, and spacious furniture placements. Often this requires the seller to rent a storage unit for a time and store extra furniture and personal decor until the sale of the home. For those serious about selling, this extra step is important for realizing the homes maximum resale value, and having the best odds of a shorter sale cycle. Before you place the “for sale sign’ ask a Realtor to be honest with you and tell you (from their...