Today, prospective home buyers can look at hundreds of homes online. And, it’s a great thing to do too. Looking at lots of home lets you decide what floor plans you really like and what neighborhood seems to be right for you. When it comes to actually checking out the house in person, however, most people visit around 10 homes before they fall in love. But, just like love itself, everyone’s timeline is a little different. For some, it’s love at first sight, for others “it’s complicated.” Whichever category you fall into, you won’t be going it alone. It’s your realtor’s job to help you wade through the options and know when you’re ready to say “I do.”
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- How much should I ask for my home?
- What are the best ways to promote my home?
- What can I do to help my house sell faster?
- What are the most valuable upgrades I can make?
- How do I get started with Rilio?
- How do commissions work?
- What’s My Option?
- How much money will I have to come up with to buy a house?
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- When I find the home I want, how much should I offer?