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2011 

As someone who has been locked out of their home at 11:30pm wearing pajamas & has a hard to wake spouse, let me assure you that it's no fun! A key hidden in a strategic place is a great idea! If this idea makes you nervous don't worry, there are solutions you can use. The best idea, or so I think...
Posted almost 3 years ago
What is the first thing people see when they come to view your house to see if they would like to buy it? Your front yard, including landscaping. First impressions are so important in selling your home. If your outdoor looks unkempt, buyers will often times enter your home with a preconcieved not...
Posted almost 3 years ago
When you buy your first home it's such an exciting experience and you can't wait to move in and make it your own! One thing many people don't think of is to get themselves a homeowner basic tool kit. You'll be thanking yourself the first time the power goes out or your faucet leaks. Some of the t...
Posted almost 3 years ago
One thing to consider when staging your home, is in the master bedroom. Get matching night stands and change out older bedding and declutter. Many home owners forget something as simple as getting matching bedding and putting some decorative throw pillows on the bed. When a room looks balanced it...
Posted almost 3 years ago
The residential property disclosure laws makes sure that the seller is mandated to disclose any defects in wiring, plumbing, or heating systems in the home. However, some issues the seller may honestly not know about and therefore can't disclose them. If the buyer does a home inspection and there...
Posted almost 3 years ago
One thing that surprisingly sellers forget to think about is how the utilities will be transferred to the new buyer after closing. This includes gas, electric and water. As a general rule, we also tell our sellers to call the utility companies once a closing date is scheduled. This way in their s...
Posted almost 3 years ago
Moving day can be very stressful, but only if you aren't prepared. Making sure the right procedures are in place, will ensure any confusion. If you are also a seller and a buyer it can be very tricky. The attorney's need to schedule your closing on your current home plus the closing on your new h...
Posted almost 3 years ago
If you're building a home in the Rochester, NY area its great because you will have a chance to make any additions before it's too late. When you're picking out the additions, be careful in selecting features that will not be beneficial for re-sale value. You don't want these features to over imp...
Posted almost 3 years ago
When purchasing a home, consider purchasing a home warranty. Sometimes the Buyer will ask the Seller to pay for it, but that's not necessary. You can always approach the topic and ask the seller, but if they do not agree, it's not a bad idea to purchase one yourself. This way if something big goe...
Posted almost 3 years ago
Buying a home in the Rochester, NY area is a very fun and exciting experience. One key point in your search is to find a Realtor that will work for you! Finding a good real estate professional can be difficult, you need to find someone you feel completely comfortable with and trust. A good Realto...
Posted almost 3 years ago
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