12/19/20197:28 AM(View: 2185)
What's your home really worth? The Internet can do a lot of things - including give you an estimate of your home's value. Plug in your address and click: You have an estimate. But do you believe an online estimator actually gives you a true read on what your home's really worth? Probably not. The fact is the online estimator can't see your upgrades or your incredible view, much less include them in the calculations. If you want to know what your home is really worth, give me a call me today. As your local agent, I can help you zero in on just the right asking price. Jason Ma, PhD & Company | www.JasonMaPhD.com | 714.414.7478 ____________ #JasonMaPhD #RealEstateBroker #DrJasonMa #FromProfessorToRealtor
12/19/20196:58 AM(View: 3348)
Embracing the festive season can be a great way to make your home more marketable this winter. Is your home currently for sale? Consider these tips: Add a festive wreath to the door and potted chrysanthemums on the porch. Clean up the fireplace and set up fresh logs. You can even light a fire before the buyers arrive. Install twinkling lights along your front and back porch to create a more welcoming atmosphere. Spray festive scents like pine, peppermint or apple pie in the main living areas. Buyers want a place where they can spend their own future holidays with loved ones. Embrace the season and show them your house is that place! Jason Ma, PhD & Company | www.JasonMaPhD.com | 714.414.7478
8/9/201911:19 AM(View: 5883)
1: Reason for Selling - 2: The Cost of Selling - 3: Price - 4: Location - 5: Condition of Your Property - 6: Staging - 7: Accessibility
8/9/201910:45 AM(View: 5548)
1: Decide to Buy - 2: Hire Your Agent - 3: Secure Financing - 4: Find Your Home - 5: Make an Offer - 6: Perform Due Diligence - 7: Close - 8: Protect Your Investment
3/8/201911:58 AM(View: 3913)
(1) Build A Strategy (2) Organize Paperwork (3) Order Marketing (4) Going Live (5) Open House (6) Receiving The Offers (7) Let's Negotiate (8) Home Inspection (9) Negotiate Repairs (10) Appraisal (11) Prepare For Closing (12) Closing Time
2/10/20192:13 PM(View: 3872)
Keeping your house neat and tidy is one of the hardest parts of selling - especially if you have kids or pets. Here's how to make things easier: Invest in storage bins. When a showing comes up, throw everything from the floor, counters and tables into the bins and stow them in a closet. Use a robot vacuum. Turn it on as you leave the property, and the floor will be spick and span by the time buyers arrive. Declare some rooms off limits. Keep some rooms closed off to limit messes. If you anticipate substantial interest in your home, you could also stay at a friend's house or rent a hotel room until showings are over.
2/10/20191:46 PM(View: 4857)
Buying a home can often be a time-consuming undertaking - but it doesn't have to be. Want to speed up your purchase? Here's how: Act fast when there's a home you like. If you like a property, put in an offer that day. Get preapproved for your mortgage. This will speed up your loan approval. Have all your financial documentation organized for your preapproval.This should include recent bank account statements, pay stubs, W-2s, tax returns, etc. Respond quickly. When your agent needs your input or your loan officer requests something, respond immediately. Remember that any delays on your end will only delay your closing, so act with urgency and stay in touch.
2/10/20191:25 PM(View: 2276)
Spring cleaning doesn't have to be a time-consuming or costly affair. Want to tidy your home without being overwhelmed? These tips can help: Designate and delegate. Give every member of the household a duty. Who said one person has to do all the work? Tackle one room at a time. The job seems more manageable when you break it down into smaller chunks. Don't do it all at once. It's ok to spread your spring cleaning out over a few weekends. Before you start cleaning, you also might consider going through closets and storage areas for potential donations. Why clean items you don't need or use?