These simple and affordable updates will give your kitchen the “wow” factor it needs without cleaning out your wallet and covering your house in a thick layer of construction dust.
HouseAmp, the groundbreaking fintech firm, has quietly built traction among top brokerages, powering their ability to offer homeowners financing for pre-sell renovations.
This single-family property had a beautiful yard, but the interior needed some updating if the sellers wanted to attract the right buyers.
When a Pierce County family was ready to sell their 1900s Farmhouse, they knew the house would need some updating if they wanted to sell for the highest price.
When Maureen Daniels toured her seller's property, she understood the location—with its stunning Olympic Mountain and Puget Sound views—would attract many buyers.
When a Seattle homeowner began looking into selling her mid-century home, she turned to her broker, Craig Walker, for his expert advice.
What is the best amount of money for a seller to invest in a property they are preparing to sell? Many might answer this question by saying $0.
When Nicole and David Siegfried decided to begin the process of putting their home up for sale, they knew there was a lot of work to be done to get their house ready for the market.
We continue our conversation with Dylan Chalk about the importance of understanding the pre-listing inspection report, and getting down to the bones of the house.
Just like a regular inspection, a pre-listing inspection will take a non-intrusive view of all of a home's systems plus its structure, and deliver a detailed report on the findings.
Keeping a home in good repair can pay significant dividends when it’s time to sell. Buyers want move-in ready homes, and real estate agents don't want their deal to fall apart.
Renovating your home before selling comes with a long list of benefits. If you are wanting to see a higher price tag and faster sale of your home, you should strongly consider renovating before selling.
You've probably heard that one of the benefits of owning a home is that you can build equity in it and tap into that equity to help pay for expenses. But what exactly is equity?