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While you can’t go back and change the beginning, you can absolutely begin today and change the ending.
 
💫 You have the power to change how it all works out for you in the end. To write the ending of your story the way you want it to work out. ❤️

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With housing inventory being at an all time low, there has been an uptick in people wanting to build the home of their dreams. This month, I’ll be highlighting New Home Construction by sharing tips and the pros/cons when building a home versus purchasing a resale home.
 
When buying a new construction home, you get to customize the house to suit your needs. You won’t worry about having to retrofit an existing house with the amenities that you are looking for.
 
Instead, you can have them built right into the house from the get-go. However, it’s important to make a plan mapping out those needs before heading into the sales office with your Real Estate agent.

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Your May Market Update, courtesy of yours truly! 

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Describe your dream home using only emojis. 👇
🔥 – Fireplace 😺 – Pet Friendly 📚 – Built in bookshelves ✨ – Shiny new kitchen 🔋 – Energy Efficient 💻 – Home Office
 
BONUS POINTS: Can you guess what the emojis I used in this graphic represent? 😃

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Who found happiness when they bought their home? 😉
 
Did you know that investing in real estate is one of the safest investments you can make?? It’s a secured asset, it appreciates in multiple ways, and has many different tax benefits (to name just a few).

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Everyone knows that in the world of Real Estate, it’s all about Location! Location! Location!
Truth be told, location is probably the most important determining factor when buying a home, because no matter how much you like the actual house, the location isn’t something you can change.
 
While there are often little things we can overlook when choosing a home, our location impacts our daily lives.
 
Here are some fun statistics on what home buyers consider when choosing a neighborhood.

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✨ Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people. ✨

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Making a backup offer can help savvy home buyers get into the home they really want even after it’s seemingly been snatched up by another, but buyers should take time to consider the pros and cons of making an offer on a home that’s already under contract.

Whether this tactic will make sense for you depends on your home buying timeline and how flexible you’re willing to be.

Have questions about backup offers? Did you find a home you love but it was already “Pending”? Let’s chat and see if a backup offer is an option for you!

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Do you call this piece of furniture a “Sofa” or a “Couch”? Let’s settle the debate! Comment below with your answer and let’s see what’s the most common! As a bonus – here’s a little info on the sofa vs. couch debate.

Many in North America use the terms “couch” and “sofa” interchangeably, with “sofa” being the more professional term.

However, there are a couple slight differences between sofas and couches. Sofas are more formal and have prominent backs and armrests. Sofas are for sitting. On the other hand, couches are less formal and are more often used for lying on.

 

The more you know!

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I swear, it happens every time! 

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The stages of home building!

The first stage of homebuilding is an exciting one with several important milestones. 

Foundation & Framing: This is one of the most important stages of construction. All of our foundations are designed by a licensed professional engineer and are inspected by a technical representative of the engineer before and during concrete placement. After the foundation is in place, the structure is ready to be framed, a process that normally takes one to two weeks.

Sheetrock: This is an exciting stage. Finally, your home is beginning to look less like a construction project and more like a home.

During this stage:
  • The sheetrock, also called drywall, is installed.
  • It is then taped and floated to cover fastener holes and seams.

Last stage is your home completion! Once the interior of your home is complete, finishing touches are made on the outside. Then it’s time to transition the home over to you, its new owners! 

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✨ Remember, if you play small, you stay small. It’s OK to want more, do more, and be more! ✨

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Whether you’re building a house from the ground up or are customizing a prefabricated unit in an existing development or building, most new construction homes feature builder-grade products.
Unless your contract says otherwise, there’s a good chance everything from your doorknobs to your light fixtures will be builder-grade, which means basic materials and lower quality than possible upgraded options.
For this reason, many people who purchase new construction homes choose to upgrade their properties’ features during the building process.
To get a sense of how much money you may need to allocate toward upgrades, ask your builder for an opportunity to view finished models. From there, you can compare what you see to what’s specifically called out in your contract.

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Here are a few of the design trends for 2022. I’m not quite sure what to think of these “new” trends. 😂

Which one is a huge NO for you?

Which one are you shocked to see as a trend of 2022?

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🏡 Selling Real Estate is Easy! 😜

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So it’s day 1️⃣ in your new 🏡 . After a long day of moving, you sit down on the couch surrounded by towers of boxes. Whew! Now what? 🤔

You might have thought getting a mortgage had a lot of hoops, but there are still several more tasks you need to complete to get your new home ready for living. This part of the move-in process doesn’t have to be so confusing, though.

Here’s a checklist of all those little tasks new homeowners need to do, from turning on utilities to adding safety features and increasing efficiency. ✨

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Follow your dreams. Live them. Focus on them. Work hard to reach them. If you do not let yourself build your own dreams, someone else will hire you to fulfill theirs.

What dream are you wanting to pursue but you just haven’t made the leap yet – or maybe it’s a dream already in the works?  

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🚨 New Construction Tip 🚨

There are some incredible apps out there you can use to plan out your new home. Design a floor plan or see how you can arrange the furniture in your up and coming home.

These are great tools you can use when deciding what floor plan works best for your needs!

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✨ Where do YOU find your inspiration for your 🏡 ?✨

There are so many places to find inspiration for your home; Pinterest, Instagram, magazines, or even from a friends home!

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✨ A day in my life. ✨ You can call me an all-around real estate juggler!
From the very first meeting with a client to signing the closing contract, I am there for it all.
My job description doesn’t stop at real estate, and the hats I wear one day may differ from the ones I wear the next.
All in all, I strive to go above and beyond to ensure my client’s experience is the best it can possibly be in any and every situation. 🏡

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🏡 Myth Busters: Real Estate Edition 🏡
 
In the world of real estate, “for sale by owner,” or FSBO, means that the homeowners haven’t retained a real estate agent to help them sell their house.
However, if you’ve found a FSBO that you’re wanting to purchase, you can—and should use a real estate agent to assist you in purchasing the home. Most FSBO sellers will offer a commission to the buyers agent.
 
It’s always in your best interest to have your own real estate representation, someone who is “on your side” and guiding you through the home-buying process. An agent will confirm, for instance, whether a home’s price is reasonable, help you put together a convincing offer, and negotiate the inspection and other issues that might arise on the way to the closing table.

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Happiness may be out of your control. Positivity is a choice you can always make. 

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It’s New Construction Tip Time! 

Pinterest is a great resource to use when building a home. You have the option to create boards for the different rooms in your home where you can save decor ideas that will come in handy at the design center. 

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I’m here to help! What questions do you have about new construction or building a home? 

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If you could change ONE thing about your home, what would it be? 

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Do you like having a checklist for essential tasks? If you are selling a home, having a closing checklist can be very useful.
As a seller, you are juggling a thousand things at once and under a considerable amount of stress as you do it.
Once your home has gone under contract, you’ll want to start preparing for your closing. Things can easily fall through the cracks if you are not careful.
If you are selling a home, completing these tasks before heading to the closing table are essential.

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Keep Going.

Whatever it is that you’re thinking about giving up on, that you know you really shouldn’t  give up on – don’t. You did not come this far to only come this far. 

You got this. 

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✨ Staging Secret ✨

These aren’t really “secrets”, but they are super simple things you can do to your home that create that beautiful staging feel. 

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6 Mistakes to Avoid As a First Time Home Buyer

Make sure you have a decent credit score so you can get financing for your home.

This leads me to #2 – make sure you get pre-approved before you see any homes. 

Don’t forget about those closing costs! I can help you determine what those may be. 

Inspections are a must! Don’t skip this one. 

Sometimes buying a home can be so exciting – we can get a little carried away. Make sure you aren’t depleting your entire savings trying to get your first home. You never know what you might need those funds for as a new homeowner. 

Be sure to consider the resale value of your home!  

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🏡 Myth Busters: Real Estate Edition 🏡

Here’s a big misconception in the real estate world – that cash offers are always better than financed offers.

This isn’t necessarily the case! Depending on what the terms are of a financed offer, it could be more appealing for a seller. It could be offering the seller a higher amount, so the seller is netting more money in the end – there could be a leaseback involved for a seller letting them stay in the home for a short period of time after the closing of the home – and/or various other scenarios that trump a cash offer. 

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