1. Make a “Things I’ll Miss List!” There are several items you'll probably miss when you leave your house. These items are normally excellent marketing features to promote to potential buyers. Take time to make note of the things you enjoy and will miss when the sale is completed and you've moved from your house. Items you appreciate are items someone else will enjoy too!
2. Know the Facts! Most buyers will have questions about taxes, lot size, utility costs and other pertinent information about your property. It's always a good idea to know the facts and to have this information available for potential consumers looking at your real estate. Take time to research this information and have it readily available for buyers and or real estate agents. Click here to view the full list...
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