Literally, not a day goes by without at least one homeowner, buyer, investor or friend asking me or one of my valued teammates a version of this question... "Why should I select a Real Estate Team rather than an agent who works alone?" Ironically, it's the very question I asked myself several years ago when I formed what has become [...]
The first contact a home buyer has with your home will be online, which is why it’s so important to have the best photos to accompany your listing information. Preparing for professional photography does require some work, but if you follow these recommendations your home will be camera-ready when your photographer arrives.
Congratulations! You have an accepted offer on your home! The next step is likely the most crucial part of this transaction: The home inspection. A home inspection is typically a closing contingency, meaning the buyer can walk away from the transaction if the home inspector discovers anything not to their liking and the seller is not willing to repair or offer a credit. But, there are some key tasks a seller can take on to prepare for a successful home inspection.
Here in Fairfield as well as throughout the state, it’s a well-known fact that spring is the most popular time to put your home on the market. Our lush landscapes reappear, blooming dogwood trees line the streets and a home’s curb appeal welcomes the new season of home sellers and buyers.
Buyers should not discount the value of renovating one of the charming antique homes that make Greenfield Hill one of the most coveted areas in Fairfield. Perhaps you’ve driven past one of these older homes, wondering what it would be like to step inside. The surrounding grounds and landscape appear to be in perfect harmony with the home. You love the architectural details that you have admired from a distance, time and time again.
In November, we pause and reflect on what we are grateful for, which is why this month, my article comes to you from a different place. I’m not recommending staging, pre-market home inspections, or how to increase your curb appeal. As a Realtor and Greenfield Hill resident, I offer you my list of things to be grateful for.
The senior population is growing. I think we can all agree on that. In fact, the number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to nearly double from 52 million in 2018 to 95 million by 2060. The 65-and-older age group’s share of the total population will rise from 16 percent to 23 percent.