Monday, June 19, 2017 / by Nicole Solari
Those are two very important benefits that outweigh the initial investment of home staging, but those are not the only benefits when preparing a home for sale. Let’s take a deeper look into why so many sellers and real estate agents are turning to home staging before putting a “For Sale” sign on the property. Here are four notable home staging benefits to consider.
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Supplying a Move-In Ready Home
Many of today’s buyers are looking for specific homes that won’t necessarily require a ton of work before moving in, because honestly, who has the time to gut and renovate? Hence, buyers want move-in ready spaces they can enjoy instantaneously.
According to a Maritz Research Staging poll, 63 percent of buyers are willing to pay more for move-in ready homes. So why not get your home ready for its new owner? Home staging concepts can show sellers how to prepare and showcase theire ...
Friday, October 28, 2016 / by Nicole Solari
Liens are notices attached to your property that give the bearer a security interest in said property until the debt owed is discharged. When a lien is placed on your property, you are limited in terms of what you can do with it.
You might, for example, not be able to do things like take out a second mortgage, sell, or finance your property until the lien is paid off.
While liens are a limiting tool used by creditors to secure their debts, some types of liens such as tax liens, can also be a great investment opportunity when it comes to income stability and the return of above market interest rates.
A lot of care needs to be exercised when evaluating liens as an investment opportunity and for this reason, only the most knowledgeable people in matters of real estate undertake property tax lien investing.
Types of liens
This type of lien is created when you agree to give a lender an interest in your property to serve as security for a loan. Common examples of volu ...