Getting Your  Monmouth County Home  Ready to Show to Buyers

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A house that “sparkles” on the surface will sell faster than its shabby neighbor, even though both are structurally well maintained.

From experience, I  know that a “well-polished” home appeals to more Monmouth County home buyers and will sell faster and for a higher price. Buyers feel more comfortable purchasing a well-cared for home because if what they can see is well maintained, they assume that what they can’t see has probably also been well maintained. In readying your house for sale, consider:

 

  • how much should you spend to prepare your house for sale?
  • exterior and curb appeal
  • interior appeal

Before putting your house on the market, take as much time as necessary (and as little money as possible) to maximize its exterior and interior appeal. [click to continue…]

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Wonderful ranch home on large half acre plus property. Brick front with vinyl siding on sides and rear. Wood floors, nice size rooms with over sized two car garage, and full basement.

Exterior Belmar Blvd Home

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Interlaken Real Estate

February 3, 2010

What has happened to real estate sales in Interlaken NJ. To say that the sales have slowed down is being kind. So far in Interlaken this year we have seen some big price reductions on the listed inventory. If you wanted to own a home in Interlaken and thought that it was out of your price range, it may now be  right in your price range. [click to continue…]

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What a great little town Ocean Grove is. It is known as Gods square mile. That comes from back in the 1800’s when Ocean Grove was set up as a Christian community. [click to continue…]

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  • I will provide you with the best possible service for your Monmouth County Real Estate.
  • As a professional Real Estate Broker, in providing you with the best possible service, you will see enthusiasm  as I strive to supersede standards of service, while having an optimistic attitude. [click to continue…]

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Marketing Your Home

It has always been said that price, condition  and time  determine if your property is a marketable property. However in today’s difficult market place that we have been experiencing in Monmouth County, time is not your friend. You can have all the time in the world but it will not help you achieve and unrealistic price. [click to continue…]

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Selling your property is so much more complex than most homeowner’s realize. You cannot just put a home into multiple listing and put up a “For Sale ” sign and hope that it will sell. That  is why homeowner’s  hire real estate agents to handle the details for them. I have been in the real estate business since the mid 1970’s and I see how much more there is to do today to successfully market a property and  bring it to a quick closing. [click to continue…]

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