Posted by Daniel Beer on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 7:45 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 28, 2016Comment
Depending on where you live, housing prices may have shot up over the past year. While this is great for homeowners — and a positive sign for the economy in general — it can be disheartening if you're finding yourself priced out of favorite neighborhoods or home styles.
If the real estate market’s getting you down, cheer up! This may be an opportunity to open up to a whole array of homes that are somewhat smaller than what you thought your dream home would be. Buying a smaller home comes with all kinds of hidden advantages. Consider the bright sides of buying a little less space....
Posted by Daniel Beer on Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 8:16 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 22, 2016Comment
You've lived in your home for a while now and over the years you've probably turned it into exactly what you wanted. So the question is: Should you leave all those do-it-yourself projects you made alone?
Well, that depends. Some upgrades, changes and remodels may increase your home's value. However, there are others that may not sit well with many buyers that could cost you the sale. So, if you have done any of the following upgrades to your home, you may want to consider getting ride of them or putting the room back into it's original state.
Posted by Daniel Beer on Monday, September 19, 2016 at 9:00 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 19, 2016Comment
If you’ve just moved to San Diego from a large city or a small town in Nebraska, or if you’re moving from San Diego to a different market, finding the right real estate agent is critical. Regardless of where you’re moving to or from, the way to find the right agent is to reach out to us here.
Because we’re in the unique position of being the number-one producing agency by volume in San Diego County out of all of Keller Williams, the biggest brokerage in North America, we are in a very special circle of contacts. Our network allows us to reach into any town in the United States and determine exactly who the top producer is, not just for that market or for that neighborhood, but for whatever property type or price range that fits your needs.
Posted by Daniel Beer on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 11:30 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 14, 2016Comment
Staging your home is all about making it inviting to potential buyers. To do this, staged homes must achieve a look that is almost supernaturally clean and universal in its appeal. Pets can complicate things.
Though pets may bring their owners joy, they can also bring odors, destruction and clutter, which runs counter to the staging process. As you prepare your home to be seen by buyers, you must minimize the evidence of your pet's occupation in your home.
Deep Clean the Carpets
Carpets trap pet dander that can leave a lingering odor in your home. If you own carpet and are preparing to put your home...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 12:49 PMBy Daniel Beer / September 9, 2016Comment
Lighting fixtures matter when staging a home to sell, and the right lighting type can dramatically affect the look of the room or space.
As you prepare to sell your home, talk with your real estate professional and work together to create the optimum lighting plan. This will help your home show in its "best light" making it more attractive to potential buyers.
3 Basic Lighting Types
When staging your home to sell, it's essential to understand the ...