What Should a West Ocean City Seller Know About Home Inspections?
In a majority of West Ocean City home sale transactions, the homebuyer is the one ordering a home inspection. This often makes a homeowner wonder why ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on April 28, 2023
The Most Desirable Green Features in Homes in 2023
When selling a home in West Ocean City Maryland it is a good strategy to know what home buyers are currently looking for in a Maryland home. Having ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on April 19, 2023
Selling a Home with Structural Issues
No matter how well you care for your West Ocean City area home or how new it is, a home is going to have some sort of issue when you list it for sale ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on April 14, 2023
Detecting Odors in Your Home and Fixing Them Before Showing it to Buyers
If you are getting your Ocean City or area home ready to sell you want to make sure that it is in top condition and shows all the best ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on March 22, 2023
Great Tips for Getting Your Kitchen Ready for Home Showings
The kitchen in your West Ocean City home will be one of the most important and observed areas of the home by potential buyers when you list it for ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on February 16, 2023
Should Ocean City Home Sellers be Concerned About More Homes Coming to the Market?
If you are considering selling your home in Ocean City or surrounding areas you may have heard that many more homes are coming to the market and the ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on January 20, 2023
What Closing Costs are Sellers Responible for When Selling an Ocean City Home?
If you are thinking about selling your Ocean City area home in the near future you may be wondering how much it will cost you to sell your home so ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on December 30, 2022
Selling a Home in a Cooling Real Estate Market
Selling a home is not as fast-paced as it was just a year ago. As mortgages increase and fewer buyers are sticking around to purchase a home, some ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on November 10, 2022
What Does the Label Blue Ribbon Mean in Real Estate?
Blue ribbon real estate has been popping up more and more on real estate listings or in the use of a real estate property description. It is a term ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on September 21, 2022
Non-Money Related Factors Sellers Should Consider in an Offer on Their Home
Even though the market is cooling and there is a higher inventory of homes on the market resulting in homes taking just a bit longer to sell, there ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on September 15, 2022
Advice From Popular Financial Expert: Don't Sell a Home Without an Agent
Homes are selling at a slower pace than they did just a short time ago, but the demand for buying a home is still pretty strong and keeping us in a ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on September 1, 2022
Top Reasons Why Home Sales Fail in 2022
Not every offer that is made on a home for sale results in closing on an official sale. There are several different reasons why a home sale ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on July 6, 2022
Why Its Important to do a Quick Check of Your Home After a Showing
There are hot housing markets all over the country as inventory remains low and buyer interest has yet to completely cool off or slow down. And while ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on May 25, 2022
Landscaping Practices That Improve Your Home's Value
Well-groomed outdoor spaces around your home can add tens of thousands of dollars to the value of your property. Outdoor spaces set a tone of curb ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on April 26, 2022
Can Playing Music Help Sell a Home?
Can playing music during open houses and in-person showings help to set a mood and in turn make a shopper become a buyer? In 2015 there were some ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on March 20, 2022
Is it a Good Idea to List a Home During the Holidays?
The holiday season, or winter, is typically not a peak home listing time for the real estate market. But with this current highly competitive and ...
Posted by Deeley Chester_ on November 22, 2021
How you can finance your home to make Repairs.
How You Can Finance Your Home Renovation
Outdated kitchen. Overrun backyard. Unusable basement space. If you have a home renovation project on the ...
Posted by Deeley Chester on February 5, 2020