August 2017

Found 4 blog entries for August 2017.

If you are in the market to sell or buy a property, you may have some incorrect misconceptions. We decided to debunk some real estate myths that may be impacting your search. Consider these as guidelines for buying and selling.

Myth One: Listing your home for more than what you expect to receive will net you the price you want.

This is often considered room to negotiate. But it’s a mistake you don’t want to make. Listing too high may actually net you a lower price. Why? Because buyers and agents often won’t even look at homes priced about market value. You always have the option to reduce the price after a few weeks, but that’s not a situation you want to be caught in. A price reduction can signal to buyers that there are problems. Even in a low

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How to Make Your Unit Stand Out

 If you're considering selling your Charlotte condo or townhome, you may find it hard to differentiate your property. Most units within a neighborhood have the same layout. The only difference may be the size and number of bedrooms and bathrooms. The amenities, location and exterior are all the same. So what will make your unit stand out? How can you get the best price?

Function

Most condos and townhomes aren’t spacious. But there are different elements you can add to maximize functionality. These elements can also add design and style. This can make all the difference in selling your Charlotte condo or townhome.

Barn doors are very popular right now. They are a great blend of function and style. Use a barn

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When you enter into an agreement with a real estate agent, the agent becomes a fiduciary. A fiduciary is a person who holds a legal or ethical relationship of trust with one or more other parties. Real estate fiduciary duties, in simple terms, define how an agent should work on the behalf of a client.

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) identifies six main duties of a real estate fiduciary:

  • Loyalty
  • Confidentiality
  • Disclosure
  • Obedience
  • Accounting
  • Reasonable care

Loyalty

This simply means that an agent should always be working for your best interests, not anyone else’s or their own. This also means avoiding any conflicts of interest. An agent’s duty of loyalty prohibits him or her from accepting employment from

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