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Perks That Get Buyers To Make Offers

In the real estate business, you need to take steps to make your home stand out from those around you. Here are some thoughts on perks that get buyers interested. Perks That Get Buyers To Make Offers From the perspective of the average buyer, hunting for that perfect home is both exciting and excruciating. Even […]

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Explainer Video Post on the benefits of Selling your House to Fair House Offer

“The Seller Must Benefit!” That is Our Motto. While we are not the solution to everyone’s situation, we would like the opportunity to help! If we aren’t the best solution for you, we will let you know and guide you in the right direction! Fair House Offer is here is to those who are wanting/needing […]

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Overpricing Homes: Sellers #1 Mistake When Trying to Sell Their House

Home sellers said that overpricing was the biggest mistake they made when listing their homes. Overpricing a home is the number one mistake sellers said they made when listing their homes, according to a new national real estate e-mail survey. The margin was nearly three-to-one over the second choice concerning homes for sale. “With the […]

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Open Houses for FSBO Sellers

The first requirement in finding a buyer for a home is to make sure the pool of potential buyers know it is on the market. For FSBO (For Sale By Owners) sellers, holding an open house can help to get the word out to buyers. Open Houses Open houses are very effective at helping sell […]

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No More Real Estate Agent Fees

We want to help homeowners who want to sell quickly! Yes, We Buy Houses Fast and Hassle Free so home owners can avoid paying real estate agent fee. But if you decide to try to sell your house the FSBO route you will want to follow these few simple guidelines, and marketing your own home […]

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Negotiating With Your Lender

If the foundations of your financial world are crumbling inwardly, and the black words ‘foreclosure’ and ‘short sale’ are hanging heavy in your heart, you are not alone. There are local organizations that can help. Seek Help! Foreclosure feels like financial ruin, and even though you are out of energy, you must try everything you can […]

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Was Your House Damage By Hurricane Matthew? How to Make a Home Insurance Claim in NC & SC. (It’s not a Simple as You Think)

The original article can be found here First, let’s be thankful that you are physically safe (assuming you are). When an individual takes out a home insurance policy, he or she will usually think that they are wasting their money. Most home insurance policies are only taken out of habit but living is Wilmington NC, […]

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North Carolina’s Real Estate Closing Costs Among Top 3 Most Expensive in U.S.

According to bizjournal.com and an article that can be found here. Closing on a house in North Carolina is more expensive than nearly every state in the country. A study from Bankrate.com surveyed up to 10 lenders in each state and Washington, D.C., to evaluate closing costs in June 2016. For its comparison point, researchers […]

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Best Color to Sell Your House Fast!

Love at first sight is usually a concept that is often applied to the a house.  So if you’re wondering what’s the best color to paint your house to get potential buyers to get the tingly “love at first sight” feeling, you should continue reading… Best House Color to Sell Your House Fast… When you go out in […]

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3 Tips to Maximize Your House’s Value When You Sell

3 Tips to Maximize Your House’s Value When You Sell 1) First, do your research. Find out the area conditions for your community. Depending on your location, there may be better/worse times to sell. When you’ve made a decision to sell, generally there are three different amounts of service that you may want to consider: […]

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