What is a Buyers Agent?

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By | Sep 13, 2016

Ready to house hunt? It’s a jungle out there: Prepare for a flurry of paperwork, stampedes of buyers competing for the same digs, and other challenges before you get your hands on those house keys. We won’t lie: The process can be complex and stressful—which is why having a pro by your side can make all the difference. Keep Reading

5 tips to consider when viewing a home

5 tips to consider when viewing a home

1) The condition of the house: A “fixer-upper” can save you some cash or place you in a better neighborhood. These homes can be particularly attractive to first-time homeowners. Perhaps a home that’s ready to move into is more attractive. Deciding this up front can help narrow your home search. 

2) Consider the home type you prefer: All houses are not the same. Find one that best suits you. Do you prefer a Ranch-style home or Cape Cod? It’s much easier to change the carpet or paint the walls than totally transform a house’s exterior. Keep Reading

8 Budget Curb Appeal Projects

8 Budget Curb Appeal Projects

Learn how you can add some oomph to your home’s outward appearance without breaking the bank.
By: Lauren Kim
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Curb Appeal =&0=& Adding pizzazz to your home’s front entrance is an easy, low-cost way to up your home’s curb appeal. Try painting your door a pretty hue that coordinates with your home’s color. “Make sure there is a contrast between the front door and the facade of the home,” says Kristine Ginsberg, owner of Elite Staging and Redesign in Morris County, N.J. If your house is gray or white with black shutters, consider painting the front door red, she suggests. Other ways to beautify your home’s exterior are adding appealing house numbers to your entrance and hanging a pretty wreath on the door. For extra pop, place a potted plant or two by the front entrance. =&1=& A gallon of paint for the front door will cost as little as $25. Metal house numbers can be purchased for less than $4 each, while a potted mini evergreen like boxwood or a dwarf Alberta Spruce could run you less than $20.

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How to Sell Your Home in a Low Real Estate Market

In a declining real estate market where supply outstrips demand, a person can generally sell a house faster by lowering the price. But there are other ways to enhance a home’s attractiveness besides lowering the asking price. If you’re looking to sell your home in a cooling real estate market, read on for some tips on how to generate interest and get the best price possible. Keep Reading

What to Expect From the Home Seller Process

Follow Me through the Home Selling process!
Recently my husband and I sat down and discussed
that it was time to down size. We also determined that it was
time to hire an agent to help us through the process.  Yes, I am
the Broker at My Real Estate Expert, LLC.  Of course, I hired an
agent within our office that enjoyed working with buyers and sellers
that are classified as Baby Boomers. I had many agents to choose
from! All of our agents are great!!!!  Step One: Hire an agent that
understands how hard it is for us Baby Boomers to make that first
step in deciding that it is time to make a change!!!
Lori Campbell, Broker
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