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Fixer Upper Home Sales

Many people consider home renovations before selling. This increases your house's value greatly. What if you don't want to spend the time and money doing so? There's a big difference between not updating for years and foundation or other serious problems. It's important to understand whether you're selling a home that needs cosmetic work or a home that requires safety work. This will help you move forward and plan out how to get the best possible deal. There are some things you need to keep in mind when selling a home that needs work...


Disclose Everything You Know


It's one thing to genuinely have no idea about issues your house has, it's another to purposely avoid telling a potential buyer about those issues. This can lead to legal

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Painting Tips for Home Sellers

We spoke about the value of painting your house when selling in our previous blog about home renovations. Refreshing your paint is a great way to help your house sell faster and for more money. Due to the interest in this subject, we decided to put together a list of tips that will be helpful when you decide to paint. 


Choose Home Buyer-Friendly Colors


Vibrant colors are easy to pick due to their visual appeal, however doing so can cause distraction with your buyers and even make it more difficult to sell your home. A better choice would be a neutral color. Neutral colors are more home-buyer friendly simply because they match any kind of furniture naturally and easy. This sounds boring, but you can still choose different shades of

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   If you're not satisfied with the current value of your house, don't settle. Add to, repair or refresh your house with renovations that will net you more money when selling your house. Before renovating, it's important to discuss renovation ideas with your agent. An agent can give you valuable information on the market which dictates which ideas are more likely to pay off and less likely to lose your money. Check out the following renovations that can drive up the value of your house:


  • Hit the Refresh Button on your Paint


    This is a no-brainer if your paint is chipping, faded or marked up. Even if your paint is in good shape it might be in your best interest to refresh. Check out these colors that have been proven to increase

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Between signing a purchase and sale agreement and closing day, you can expect to encounter different types of inspections. Understanding what these inspections consist of are important during the buying/selling process. Here are some of the most common: 

1) Buyer's Home Inspection

In most cases, buyer's will add a contingency clause to their purchase agreement. The most popular being a home inspection.  This will likely occur within the next week after a purchase. The buyer will hire a professional inspector to check the house from top to bottom, assuring the house is under the conditions promised and to also detect possible problems. As a buyer it is crucial that you invest in a well known inspector with an impeccable track record. 

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$250,000 - 500 River Drive, Munster
  Bedrooms: 3
  Bathrooms: 2
  Sq. Footage: 1,912
  Year Built: 1968
  Type: Residential
  MLS® Number: 405680
  Saso Joveski
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Large Corner Fenced in LOT - Updated Ranch.Very spacious with an open concept for entertaining! Nearly everything in the home is new feeling. Over 1900 sq ft! Two driveways
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. 17216 Paul Revere Pkwy, Lowell, IN 46356 Remarks Brand New Construction, Hand scrapped hard word floors, custom tile design, granite countertops, beautiful cabinets, lots of open space! premium light fixtures! Stainless steel dishwasher, stainless steel microwave. Cathedral ceilings, custom ceiling design, 2 full bathrooms, with a rough-in for an additional bathroom down stairs. Large deck, beautiful yard, finished garage and painted.
Price : $ 249,900
Type : Single Family
Beds : 3
Baths : 3 Baths (3 F)
Size : 1,506 ft²
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Northwest Indiana Real Estate Expert Team with Crown Point Homes


Known as the “hub of Lake Country”, Crown Point, Indiana is one of the official community areas that make up Chicago’s Loop. It is located about 40 miles of the Loop and is one of the most beautiful community areas there that is a great place to start a family. There in Crown Point, you can find many new homes being offered from single-family homes down to luxury homes.

Apart from family homes, there are also a great number of apartments and condos for rental in the area. This historic town comes with mostly 27, 000 residents and a very vibrant town scene that you will definitely love. It offers you such great suburban feel that makes it one of the greatest places to live in

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   Timing your move out of one house and into another is a delicate feat that might seem as tricky as determining the next GOP presidential nominee. Trickier, even! In addition to the usual stress of packing and arranging to have your things transported (we’re talking about housing again), you also need to coordinate with the current owners of your new home and the incoming residents of your current home. And since no one wants to pay another month’s rent or mortgage, it’s awfully tempting to move into your new place even if the closing isn’t quite final yet. But taking possession of a home before your name is on the title could open a Pandora’s box of problems—for buyers and sellers. Why buyers should move in with caution Buyers who move into a house

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