Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 8:00 AMBy Paul Sian / January 28, 2021Comment
10 Smart Tips For Getting A Home Ready For Sale
With every home there are different factors that need to be taken account of due to age of the home, the current condition, and what sorts of updates if any were done as part of the consideration for putting it up for sale. When getting a home ready for sale, each homeowner must approach their home as that of a neutral buyer looking for their next home. A homeowner who loves their current home as-is is not doing themselves any favors by thinking everyone else will think the same. Today’s buyers want market priced homes that are in move in ready condition. This article looks at some of the ways home sellers can make sure their home is ready for buyers prior to putting it up for sale.
1. PROPER HOME PRICING
Pricing your home according to Cadillac standards when all your neighbors own Chevy homes will lead to failure. That kind of pricing strategy usually does not work. Even if your home does have Cadillac features compared to everyone else in your neighborhood that does not mean buyers are ready to pay the Cadillac price in a Chevy neighborhood when one street over they get a Cadillac home in a Cadillac Neighborhood. Buyers want to buy homes where other homes in the neighborhood can support the value of the home they are considering. So if the pricing of your home is out of line with that of your neighbors the chances of it selling are reduced.
Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 12:00 PMBy Paul Sian / January 14, 2021Comment
Podcast: VA Mortgages
For this podcast I sat down with Trey Budke, mortgage loan officer with USA Mortgage where we discussed the VA mortgage and all the benefit it offers to active duty and veteran miltary service memebers. Learn about VA mortgage credit requirements, down payment requirements and more.
Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at 7:00 AMBy Paul Sian / January 7, 2021Comment
Tips For Finding The Right Self Storage Options
There are many different brands of self-storage companies with each offering different types of options with how and where someone can store their belongings. Whether one is temporarily downsizing prior to a move to a new home, or moving location wise and need to store some of their belongings, self-storage is quite helpful and can sometimes the storage unit can even move with you. This article looks at the different self-storage options and what should be taking into account when looking for self-storage options.
What Types Of Self-Storage Options Are Available
Depending on the need there are a couple of different types of self-storage options available. The most common type of self-storage is unit without climate control. Most of the time the individual unit is secured by a keyed or combination lock that keeps the unit itself secure and there will be an entry security gate through which self-storage unit customers will need to access via security code. These units also generally are the cheapest available option for self-storage and work well where the items to be stored are not temperature sensitive.
In self-storage facilities that provide climate control the storage space is kept within a set temperature and humidity range. Generally these types of storage units are found indoors although there are some that offer climate controlled outdoor storage units as well. As many know moisture in a home can cause issues with mold, wood rot, rust and more. Climate controlled storage facilities...