Categories for Seller Advice

Photos Can Make A Difference

One of my biggest pet peeves about seeing other listings is looking at the photos and discovering that they have been taken by a cell phone.  Yes, the cameras on these devices are pretty amazing. But when you are trying to sell the most expensive thing you own, you need to ...

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Selling in a Seller’s Market

You may have heard that inventory is low and it is a seller’s market in Northern Virginia – and that is correct.   Homes are selling quickly and a lot of homes are receiving multiple offers.  So does that mean that since demand is so high, that you don’t need ...

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG

I can’t say that I am surprised that we had multiple offers the first day this home was on the market. The owners took amazing care of this house and made it feel like a home you wanted to be in. The spring market in our area tends to start ...

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Lowest Housing Inventory in a Decade

It is no surprise that we have lower inventory in the winter and especially during the holiday months. But was the lack of inventory due the rumors about Amazon coming to Loudoun County or even Northern VA? Perhaps. I do expect to see the market pick up again in the ...

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5 THINGS YOU MUST FIX

Here are the top five things that come up in almost every home inspection.  If you proactively take care of these items before you list your home, it can make the sale of your home go a lot smoother, but these are also things you need to do for regular ...

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Homes Not Selling As Quickly

This is a blog that I wrote back in March but I find that it applies now more than ever.  Have you noticed that homes are sitting on the market a lot longer these days?  In Countryside, it seemed that things were selling in a few days, but now many ...

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