houses for sale: Avoiding Pitfalls When Selling Your Home - 06/02/11 04:55 PM

Selling Your Home - Dont Fall Down
If you own a home, chances are the time will come when you will be ready to sell it. Naturally, you'll want to sell it as quickly as possible and for the best price. That can be easier said than done, though. Homeowners can make several mistakes during the course of selling a home that can make the sale take longer than necessary or negatively affect the price. So check out some online estate agents and  the following errors are some of the most common; be sure to avoid them so you can … (3 comments)

houses for sale: Moving House? Quick 'No Sofa Bashes' Guide on Funiture! - 02/11/11 08:28 AM
A quick guide to moving furniture How difficult can it be to move? Certainly not that bad. Simply strap the mattress to your carrier; your pillows go in the basket in the front; soap and toothpaste go in your shoulder bag. Make sure the tires are inflated, and that the brakes work properly. Ok, so maybe you have a few more items to move than those. Perhaps you are the owner of quite a few pieces of furniture, including the swish berkline sofa you received as a wedding present from father-in-law. Things get a little more complicated then as you will … (1 comments)

houses for sale: Why Kitchens Offer Freak Increased Sales Online - 12/06/10 01:56 PM

I run two very busy property websites in the UK both are aimed at people buying and selling property. The first is an international real estate portal where the majority of the house buyers are from the UK & Europe. The other real estate website concentrates on private property sales and is mainly used by UK and Spanish based internet users.
Was this a Freak!

I conducted an experiment that I want to share with real estate professionals to see if what I had discovered was a freak!
We saw an increase of 21% of online views and 10% in email inquiries from our property … (3 comments)

houses for sale: Hong Kong & Dubai House Price Story - 04/23/10 03:08 AM

 
The strength of the Chinese economy has now reflected in impressive house price rises in Hong Kong. According to the latest Knight Frank Global House Price Index Hong Kong the country with the highest growth was Hong Kong with prices rising by nearly 30%.Prices in Hong Kong and Mainland China increased by over 25%, driven upwards by a massive injection of liquidity into the economy by the Chinese government s fiscal stimulus package.
Meanwhile in the Middle East Dubai saw huge house price falls of some 42%. This should present good opportunities for those speculating with international real estate. However concerns for over supply … (4 comments)

 
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