Attention home buyers looking for a beautiful historic home in beautiful downtown Taneytown, MD. This could also be the perfect location for your small business! Calling all insurance agents, travel agents, dentists, etc… it wouldn’t be difficult to convert this home into your office space. This home has plenty of parking on street in the front as well as off street in the back! An amazing backyard patio area as well as a large spacious deck. This home has 4 bedrooms, that are larger than average and 2 full baths. A large open kitchen and breakfast area, along with a separate dining room and living room. This is a wonderful opportunity to call home, or open shop! We have an open house every day! Just let us know when you want to look at it and then go to www.17York.com for more information or call 1-844-776-1831 x 207 to schedule your private open house! Again, go to www.17York.com or call 1-844-776-1831 x207 to schedule your private tour for this beautiful home! Stop On BUY!
Assess the Situation – The first step is to honestly assess the exterior condition of your house. Stand at the curb and have a good look. Maybe you stopped noticing those weeds growing in the gutters you haven’t cleaned in years. But, believe us, any prospective buyer will notice. Take pictures of your home’s exterior and show them to a more objective party, like a friend from work. Ask them to tell you what jumps out in terms of needed maintenance. If three friends say a scraggly shrub needs to go, then it probably does. Get more info by calling 1-844-776-1831 x 207.
Once you have committed to selling your home, there are a number of things that you can do to help sell your home at the best possible price, in the shortest amount of time.
Maryland Real Estate Professionals Realtors are experts in marketing homes. However, selling your home is a joint effort with you playing an important role in the final results. Your major role is to make your home as attractive as possible to potential buyers.
Remember that first impressions count. You should do everything you can to make that first impression a positive one. People who consider buying your home will be as critical as you are in the search for your new home.
Take an inspection tour of your property, observing it as a potential buyer would. Take note of any minor repairs and painting that need to be done.
Here are some tips that have proven valuable to homeowners in preparing their homes for showing, HOME IS THE SINGLE LARGEST INVESTMENT FOR MOST PEOPLE, SO ISN’T IT WORTH THE PLANNING AND EFFORT TO MAXIMIZE YOUR SELLING PRICE?
2 approaches discussed- long term planning for sale of the home, and the short term preparation for market. Long term planning should still include short term prep, but the short term prep can be used alone to maximize your return. Go to www.PreparingToSell.com or call 1-844-776-1831 x 207
Long term planning will usually involve renovation/remodeling and a significant financial investment; short term planning for market can be free, if you’re handy.
In either case, MARKETING is the task at hand- selling your home requires asking the same questions that would be needed to market an automobile, or health care line, or food item.
1) Who is the target market, and
2) What makes the target market buy?
AREA is a major determining factor in your target market. Like the physical features of your home, the neighborhood characteristics which drew you to the home in the first place will probably appeal to similar age group, socioeconomic station, and etc. AREA is also THE major determining factor in the value of your property.
The old adage is true- LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. This is the most important consideration in determining what is an appropriate level of expenditure in improving your home.
Make a Checklist of Home Exterior Tasks Taken together, the following tasks can drastically improve the attractiveness of your home’s exterior. Get rid of yard clutter, including leaves, tree limbs, lawn mowers, non-functioning cars, and outdoor toys that can be stored. Power-wash your house if it has mold or mildew, or if it is noticeably dirty. Re-sod or reseed bare patches on your lawn, and keep your lawn mowed. Trim shrubs, pull weeds, and remove dead tree limbs. In summer, add bright annual flowers in containers or window boxes. If you have a gravel driveway, consider adding a load of gravel to help it look less timeworn. Power-wash concrete driveways and consider resealing asphalt driveways. Clean gutters and make sure downspouts are unclogged. Replace burnt-out exterior light bulbs and ensure all exterior lights work. Replace mulch that has faded. Thoroughly clean windows and screens Go to www.PreparingToSell.com or call 301-418-8640
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