Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at 7:00 AMBy Paul Sian / December 26, 2019Comment
For this podcast Home Staging And Selling Your Home I sat down with Jo Potvin, Owner of Design To Market Home Staging. During our conversation we discussed home staging, quick staging tips, the benefits of home staging and more. This podcast is helpful for those about to sell a home who are wanting to learn about how to best position their home to sell. The podcast was named one of the Top 5 Podcasts For Home Buyers by Investopedia.
I hope you enjoy the podcast and find it informative. Please also consider sharing with those who may find it useful.
Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7:00 AMBy Paul Sian / December 19, 2019Comment
The Top 10 Highest Priced Homes For Sale Today In The Greater Cincinnati Area
Cincinnati is the third largest city in Ohio and the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan area covering Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana is the largest metropolitan area in Ohio and the 27th largest metropolitan in the United States. The Greater Cincinnati area has a unique variety of architecture and the homes offered in Cincinnati are no different in their unique style and features. You can find 100+ year old one of a kind homes in different neighborhoods in Greater Cincinnati as well as brand new homes with modern features.
The Greater Cincinnati is no stranger to luxury homes and has many luxury apartments, condominiums, and homes to choose from. The neighborhoods these homes are found in are in and around the Greater Cincinnati area and represent the best the city has to offer. These homes offer some of the latest and greatest in luxury as well as technology and are found in the following great neighborhoods:
Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 7:00 AMBy Paul Sian / December 12, 20192 Comments
Tips For Selling A Home As-Is
Selling a home as-is means the homeowner is not wanting to prepare the home for sale and usually that they will make no repairs for anything discovered during a home inspection. There could be any number of reasons for selling a home as-is such as the home is an inherited home and the current owner does not have the time to get it sell ready, the homeowner may not have the financial means to prepare it or the homeowner prefers to let the buyer deal with updating the home. Whatever the reason may be selling a home as-is can be done and this article takes a look at the best methods to do so.
Proper Pricing When Selling As-Is
When selling any home the price set for the home is a strong indicator of whether or not the home sale will be successful. Overpricing a home is a sure fire way to make sure buyers steer clear of seeing the home and many will not even consider making an offer for fear they will be wasting their time. It is even more important for the owner of a home being sold as-is to make sure their home is properly priced to reflect the amount of work that needs to be done. Most home buyers are looking for move in ready homes and are ready to pay for that. Those same home buyers may consider a home that is not move in ready providing that it is priced accordingly.
The as-is home can be bought using rehab mortgages that cover the purchase of the home as well as making repairs and updates to the home. The home will still need to get inspected and appraised...
Posted by Paul Sian on Thursday, December 5, 2019 at 7:00 AMBy Paul Sian / December 5, 2019Comment
Fun Holiday Activities To Do In Cincinnati
Take a look at some of the fun things to do during the holiday and Christmas season in the Greater Cincinnati area. If Christmas markets, holiday light shows, and great food and drink are what you crave then check out some of the things to do below.
Coney Island Christmas Night of Lights
The Coney Island Christmas Night of Lights features over one million lights synchronized to Christmas music that viewers can hear through their car radio. The light show is approximately 2.5 miles and is enjoyed from the comfort of your car as you drive through the path. Great for all ages and runs through the beginning of January.