http://www.kw.com And now, our top story. According to a recent KW research study, the top eco-friendly features buyers are looking for in a their next home include.Updating your house will not only make it more appealing to buyers when you decide to put it on the market,but it could also save you money on your utilities until you decide to sell.
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http://www.kw.com According to a national survey of real estate transactions,over 90% of buyer start their search on the internet- and then spend almost two months looking before finally settling on the right one for them. That two month lag time means that houses that are on the market right now are in the best position to close in the early spring. So if you’re looking to sell in the spring, you’ll want to list your house now- and get a head start on the competition.
http://www.kw.com According to KW research, most sellers put their house on the market because of one or more of the following factors … A desire to move so they could upgrade or “move up” to a bigger house or a house in a better neighborhood.A need to relocate because of work. A change in family status, like retirement, children going off to college or those expecting a baby.Whatever your reasons for moving, chances are good that you’ll want to make the most from the sale of your house. To learn how, talk to your local real estate professional.
According to a report from KW research, first time homebuyers are most motivated by the following factors: the current market, financial readiness, location and price.First-time homebuyers recognize the opportunity in today’s market. Record-low interest rates, lower prices and tax breaks all make buying more appealing. They also cited financial readiness as the next most driving factor. Find out more with TMIRE for November 2012!!
http://www.kw.com Homeowners who keep their house well-maintained can expect smaller repair bills when it comes time to sell—which can mean a more competitive list price.For more information about pricing right, talk to your local real estate professional.
Surprisingly, sellers spend almost twice as much money updating their house while they lived in it than they do getting it ready for sale. Want to avoid this? Find out how in this edition of This Month in Real Estate!