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Some quick tips when it comes time to sell your home. There are 100+ things that go into getting your home market-ready and sold and I’ll do most of the work for you! 🤔✨

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Ready for 10 moving hacks that’ll save you time, money, a little bit of sanity?

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1. Assemble the first-day basket with disposable plates, cups, and forks so you can eat without your dishes. Include toiletries, toilet paper, soap, and cleaning products as well.

2. Fill kitchen pots with spices and other small kitchen items.

3. Store the sharp end of knives inside potholders for safekeeping during transport.

4. Slide stemware and glasses inside of clean socks for padding.

5. Add plastic wrap-around flatware in its organizer to keep everything together.

6. Place hanging clothes directly into garbage bags (like they do at the dry cleaners).

7. Remove dresser drawers and cover each with plastic wrap. (Then you don’t have to empty the drawers’ contents).

8. Cover both sides of a mattress with a fitted sheet to keep it clean during the move.

9. Tuck cords into empty toilet paper rolls and label them for easy use after you move.

10. Pack books, photos, or other heavy items in wheeled suitcases for easy mobility.

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Moving makes for a long day (or more), but with a few expert tips and tricks it can be easier! 🏠

 

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“I wear the same clothes I wore as a kid…” Said no one ever. 

It’s a fact that we outgrow many things in life! Clothes, friends, cars, and even houses. 

I know, it’s hard to let go when you’re attached to something but there’s nothing wrong with upgrading and treating yourself! 

If you’ve been feeling like your home is not enough anymore for you and your family, it might be time to find your new home. Just remember, I can help you every step of the way!

 

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People will come and go, and the amazing couch you saw at Home Goods yesterday will most likely be gone tomorrow but hear me out when I say these 6 kitchen trends are here to stay.

There are certain qualities in a kitchen that are timeless and will most likely be in trend years from now. Before you put in those crazy patterned tiles on your backsplash, check out this list I’ve made for you. 

1. White Cabinets- you can never go wrong with a white kitchen!

2. Stainless Steel Appliances- not only do these look classic and elegant, but they will also last you longer and be a fan favorite when you are ready to rent or sell your house.

3. Subway Tile- Certain tiles will go out of style, but subway tiles have been around for a long time and continue to be used by new home builders

4. Kitchen Islands- Let’s be real, who doesn’t want an island? There’s so much room for activities! 

5. Oversize Sinks- People look at oversize sinks as a luxury, putting them in your home is a great addition for the long run. 

6.  Integrated Appliances- Ever seen a dishwasher that was disguised as a cabinet? It was pretty sleek, wasn’t it? These types of appliances look great and can take up less space in the kitchen.

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If you resemble a tree and love to stay where you are, then you probably plan on staying in your home forever. But life happens, and sometimes you need to move for work, family, or other reasons. 

So, how long should you live in your home? 

For it to be a good investment it’s wise to live in your home for 5-7 years. By then you’ll have more equity, and the cost to sell your home won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

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What makes you cringe? 

Hopefully, it’s not your house!

Don’t let potential buyers CRINGE when they see your home by avoiding these 5 turn-offs.

If you can confidently say your home has zero turn-offs, then you’re ready to impress buyers and will have no problems selling your home! 

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NO MORE EXCUSES! You can make a workspace WORK almost anywhere. 

Here are some creative ideas to get you inspired and motivated! 

My personal favorite is incorporating a desk next to the fridge because who wouldn’t want to have snacks within arms distance?

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Want to know a little secret when it comes to luring buyers in? 

Smart home technology! 

With most home buyers being around 30 years old, they are ALL about the perks of technology and will pay extra when it comes to this luxury. 

The most wanted smart home technology would be a video doorbell or smart home security system followed by smart lights and thermostats.

If you really want to get crazy, look into devices that will prevent damage such as a smart leak detector.  

Do you have smart home technology in your home? Comment below! 👇

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I get this question quite often – the short answer, as fast or as slow as you want it to.

I have a team of carefully chosen professionals who are standing by ready to prep my clients’ homes for the market.

From handy work to staging and professional photography, I’ve got you covered!

You could say, I’m kind of the Fairy Godmother of Real Estate. I’ll wave my magic wand and your home will be ready in no time. 

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Should you hold on to your home or sell it?

If you’ve dreamed of passive income your whole life, you may be tempted to rent out your home. OR perhaps, you’re curious if it’s the right step for you. 

I always tell others to “look for a sign” when they are conflicted on what path to take. 

These signs could mean it’s time to move out and rent your home:

-There’s a demand for rentals in your area 

-You have an attachment to your home

-You are making a temporary move 

-You have always wanted a rental home

If none of these signs resonate with you then maybe these signs indicate you should sell your home:

-You need the money to buy a new home

-You do not want to be a landlord

-You are making a move out of the city

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Do you ever drive by a neighborhood 🏘 and go “oo, look at that house! I ❤️ it”? 

I do it all the time, and chances are the people driving by your home are judging it by the outside. 👀 This is why curb appeal is so important! 

So how can you boost your curb appeal you ask? 

✨Update your outdoor lighting

✨ Add a statement door

✨ Freshen up the paint on your house

✨ Add accent trim

✨ Create a walkway

✨ Freshen up your gardening

✨ Add columns and/or porch seating

 

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🏠 SOLD is my favorite 4 letter word.

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Thinking about selling your home? Let’s talk about your next moves…

Having a strong game plan for your next move is critical when selling a home for the first time, ask yourself these questions when thinking about what your next steps will be.🏠

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The number 1️⃣ reason a home doesn’t sell in real estate is because the property is incorrectly 👎 priced. 

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🫖 It’s time to spill the tea because truthfully it’s a hard time to be a buyer! Luckily, I give all my clients VIP treatment when I help them find a home in this crazy market. 

💪 Staying motivated is key to enjoy the process and feel less stressed. 

As your agent, I will…

👉 Be honest with you from the start: There always needs to be expectations before going into a seller’s market with factors such as low inventory and high demand that affect how easy it will be to secure a home. 

👉 Keep in touch: Depending on whether you prefer texts or calls, I will keep you updated as if you were right next to me. Communication is a big deal to me so we are all on the same page. 

👉Stay positive: It’s important to stay positive if your offer keeps getting rejected, just know I’m here for you! 

👉 Being early: Being early is SO important in a seller’s market. As soon as a home that’s a good fit for you hits the market you will know, and we will schedule a time to see it as soon as possible and put an offer on it. I’ve written contracts in the most random places before, that’s how you know I’m #dedicated 

What are some things you do to stay motivated?

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Seller Tip! It’s so important that you price your home accurately. You don’t want to give the wrong impression and price it too low, or people will wonder what’s wrong with it. You also don’t want to price your home too high, or it’ll give the impression that you’re not serious about selling your home – and it’ll turn away prospective buyers. Finding that sweet spot for the price is KEY!

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Home staging is a big part of selling your home, but people don’t think about it until they need to.

Home staging does a lot more than just spruce up the place and make it look nice for buyers. It is a way to boost the appeal of your home and show off its best features – which can help you sell faster and for more money.

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Marketing, marketing, marketing! This is the KEY ingredient to getting you top dollar for your home. As a dedicated agent, I know exactly what works to get your home the exposure it deserves. You know what they say, “you can’t sell anything if you don’t tell anything”. 

I use these four categories on every home I sell:

A. Professional Photography- Beautiful photos equals more buyers. Enough said. 

B. Network Marketing- We’re in a market where most agents have a buyer looking for their specific home. Luckily, I have the connections to get your home to multiple agents in our area so that we’re on our way to receiving multiple offers. 

C. Online Marketing- Think of any website you’ve used in your home searching days and your home will be on it. 

 

D. Open Houses- This last one is highly recommended to all my clients!  Open houses are held after your home hits the market over the weekend. It gives potential buyer’s the opportunity to see your home on their day off without having to schedule a showing. Trust me when I say, it works like a charm! 

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Home is where the heart is. But for most of us, home is more than just a place to store our stuff. Home is where we feel safe, comfortable and happy.

What do you love most about your home?🏡.

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If you’ve dreamed of passive income your whole life, you may be tempted to rent out your home but maybe you don’t know if it’s the right step for you. 

I always tell others to “look for a sign” when they are conflicted on what path to take. 

These signs could mean it’s time to move out and rent your home:

-There’s a demand for rentals in your area 

-You have an attachment to your home

-You are making a temporary move 

-You have always wanted a rental home

If none of these signs resonate with you then maybe these signs indicate you should sell your home:

-You need the money to buy a new home

-You do not want to be a landlord

-You are making a move out of the city

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I get the question “Should I update my home before I sell?” more than you’d think. 

Whether we’re in a seller’s market or a buyer’s market, it’s important to not go overboard because you can end up losing more than you put in. 

I get it, you want to sell your home for top dollar and I want nothing more for you as well! If you want to sell your home as-is and its in move-in-ready condition, I say go for it!

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The best solution to sell your home is to allow a potential buyer inside to see it without interruption. Leave the home when the potential buyers’ agents come. Anything you say can and will be used against you. Plus, buyers’ agents prefer to show without interference.

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Turns out kitchens can have facelifts, too! Want to update that kitchen of yours but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg to do so?

Here are a few ideas that will surely raise some eyebrows when it comes to that new kitchen of yours. 

 

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LET’S PLAY! Add 1 point for every thing you’ve done. What’s your score? 👇

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You had me at “I Need to Sell My House”! 🏡

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I have a few open appointments this week – anyone want to grab one of them?

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Do you wake up every morning, walk into your kitchen, make your coffee and start thinking about how you’d love to just remodel every inch of your kitchen, but don’t want to deal with the dent in your pocket book it’ll make or the enormous mess it’ll create? 

Here are a few things you can do to give your kitchen a makeover that won’t break the bank or create a huge mess. 

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We’ve always learned that being independent is a good trait to have, but sometimes it’s okay to accept help! Taking the responsibility of selling your own home is not only exhausting but the return isn’t as much without a realtor by your side. 

Who would want to turn down money? Not me!

 As a realtor, I know what makes a great offer and can find the needle in the haystack (a.k.a. the best offer in the pile) 

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In most areas, the first two weeks of May are the best time to sell a home. Selling in spring helps you get ahead of a rush of competition that comes in the summer.

Here are a few tips for a successful spring open house:

1. Time It Right

2. Let Your Agent Take the Lead

3. Try Some Simple Staging

4. Clean Like Crazy

5. Do a Smell Check

6. Put Your Pictures (and Valuables) Away

7. Let the Light In

8. Give Your House Some Extra Curb Appeal

9. Draw Attention to Your Home’s Best Features

10. Serve Refreshments

Once you’ve done everything you can to make your house look and feel amazing to buyers — and your agent is on site to assume their hosting duties — the time during your open house is yours to enjoy.

Go to the park, get a three-course lunch, do whatever you like as long as you’re free to take calls in case your agent needs to get ahold of you or buyers have specific questions.

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Feeling a little cramped these days? Here are a few tips to make any room feel bigger.

Exaggerate vertical space with vertical panels

Whether you have a high ceiling in your space or not, you can make a small bedroom look bigger by exaggerating the room’s ceiling height with vertical panels or stripes. This is overt in this room – but even a vertically striped wallpaper will do the trick.

Place mirrors on walls that don’t get much natural light.

Hanging mirrors allows you to bounce light from windows and create the illusion of more square footage.

Use very light colors to give a room depth.

Medium shades can make a room appear smaller, but when you use bright white paint colors, it creates a feel of a larger space.

Use a few larger decorative accents instead of many small decorative items

Lots of small knick-knacks tend to feel like clutter and make a room look smaller. Use the triangle rule and symmetry when styling vignettes on coffee tables, nightstands, dresser tops, and dining tables and limit decor groupings to 3 or 5 items. But you don’t need decor accents on every single surface of your home. Let a room “breathe”.

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It’s spring time and that means blooming flowers, beautiful trees, and luscious lawns. Whether you’re looking to spruce up your landscaping for yourself or to get your home ready to put on the market – these tips are sure to take your landscaping to the next level without having to break the bank.

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Despite being touted as an absolute essential for years, the truth is that plenty of properties sell perfectly well without being bathed in a sea of magnolia. 

That being said, it’s important to remember that some interior paint colors will work better than others. So, if your living room is currently rocking lime green walls, it might still be time to get those paintbrushes out.

 

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Did you know? 👉 Properties with an abundance of natural light have a higher resale value.👈

I have routinely seen bright listings sell for more money than dark listings. Why? I think brightness is more appealing to buyers than darkness. The more natural light a property gets the better! 

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There are many reasons why it may be time to sell your home.

You may need more space to make room for a growing family or you need to downsize after your kids leave the nest.

Whatever your motivations, you want to make sure that you’re timing it right.

A qualified agent can help you determine if the market puts you in a good place or not. But for your own personal situation, here are a few signs if you’ve been considering selling your home. 

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The next trend of 2022 is here to take over your walls! Wallpaper. 

If you still associate wallpaper with the 1980s, it’s time you get caught up to speed.

Wallpaper has been having a major resurgence in recent years, and many interior designers are adamant that it’s here to stay.

Wallpaper these days is not like the wallpaper that you saw on your grandmothers bathroom walls. These days, you’re able to apply and remove wallpaper without much effort and you can find it in almost any design you want! 

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I swear, it happens every time! 

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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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✨ 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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✨ 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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