How to be a Smart Seller

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A new year, a new market! If you’re thinking about selling your home this year, consider these useful tips on how to get the most positive exposure on your listing as well as preventing deal-breaking issues that may come up. First of all, let’s think about what kind of Buyers are looking at your listing Read More

Stage the House with Boughs of Holly! A Dozen Holiday Staging Do’s & Don’ts

While many home stagers (and Realtors!) recommend removing excess clutter from a home on the market, this doesn’t have to strip you of your Christmas spirit! If your home is for sale this holiday season, you may still decorate! However, you should keep it tasteful by following these helpful holiday home staging tips: Do’s Be Read More

Terrible Termites!

I was watching “Flip That House” the other day and on this particular episode, during the renovation, they discovered that the house had horrific damage from wood destroying insects. They ended up reframing the whole area and essentially re-building part of the house just to fix the damage. Of course the “flippers” came out on Read More

Why Buy This Spring?

Spring symbolizes new birth, rejuvenation. With the sunshine here in Oklahoma finally breaking through the chilling winds, we are seeing another refreshing year in the housing market. Spring is springing and mortgage interest rates are staying low! As more homes enter the market, you as a potential buyer have an extra advantage than usual. More Read More

Renting vs. Buying

Lately, I felt like my piggy bank was feeling a little empty inside (ha, ha). I personally have been renting for a couple of years and buying a house wasn’t something I thought could save me money. Even though I work in real estate, I thought of it as being out of reach for me. Read More

New Construction Homes in Edmond

If you’re thinking about buying a new construction home in Edmond, you may be considering a newish construction home, maybe built in the 1990’s. This doesn’t seem as though it would be an issue, but let me explain. Edmond grew substantially during this timeframe and as more jobs moved into the city, there was a Read More

The Importance of Home Inventory

The Importance of Home Inventory If a certain room in your house caught on fire, could you remember everything in it? In 2009, fires alone caused $7.6 billion in property damage to home owners (NFPA). While we don’t like to think about our belongings being stolen, burnt, or swept away in a tornado, having an Read More