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Friday, November 18, 2022   /   by Marketing Manager


Do you need a Home inspection when buying a house? The answer is YES

Home Inspections Are Worth It
Why are home inspections important?
Because you aren’t a home inspector, and you most likely have either no experience or just enough to be dangerous. I don’t mean this in a mean way, everyone started off with no experience. Purchasing a home is a significant financial commitment; an inspection enables you to move forward fully informed. Having all the information is essential to ensure that you are not being misled by the property. Pre-purchase inspections enable you to learn more about the house and prevent any unpleasant future shocks.
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Friday, October 14, 2022   /   by Marketing Manager


A successful homebuying experience, like any other large project, is all about getting the details right from start to finish. These first-time home buyer tips will assist you in navigating the process, saving money, and closing the deal.


1. Tips on how to save money
Set goals for saving for a house. Determine a total money target and a deadline for getting there. Include the down payment, closing costs, moving expenses, and other expenses after you buy the home.
2. Mortgage Options
Investigate your mortgage options A variety of mortgages are available, each with a different down payment and eligibility requirements.

3. Choose Right Real Estate Agent

A good real estate agent will scour the market for homes that meet your needs and guide you through the negotiation and closing process. 

4. Give Home Buying Process Properly
Make a deal with the seller, You may be able to save money by asking the seller to! ...

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Friday, July 15, 2022   /   by Ken A Parker


Strategies to Assist You in Preparing Your Home to Sell
We'll look at numerous simple and affordable ways to help you sell your property for the greatest money and in the shortest length of time. It would be foolish to overlook the exterior of your house. The appearance and feel of your house will elicit a stronger emotional reaction than any other component. Prospective purchasers will be influenced by what they see, hear, feel, and smell. All of these factors will affect their choice to purchase your house. Recognize the distinction between a home's living state and its displaying condition. Knowing what consumers want requires an impartial eye and expertise when your house is on the market Its external look becomes critical.
Pay close attention to the front door. Purchasers will receive their first close-up look at your home here. You should consider repainting your entrance door or replacing the doormat. Check that the doorbell and any outdoor lights are operational. ...

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Friday, February 18, 2022   /   by Ken A Parker

Set The Right Price When Selling Your Home

One of the most frustrating issues for home sellers is their home not selling. Let's take a look at the dangers of overpricing your home. Buyers will typically set a maximum price range when looking for a home. If your home's value in price was within that range, the buyers would obviously see it and you have a chance of selling it to them. When you price it above this range, the right buyers don't see it and your home is basically invisible to the people who can afford it. When a house is first put on the market, the best offers on a home for sale typically occur in this early period. So, it's important to have your home priced correctly right away. Successive price reductions hurt the saleability of the home. Homeowners mistakenly believe that they should try to market their home at a higher price initially, thinking they could always come down. When the home doesn't sell, they continue to lower the price until finally it reaches market value. You would think at this point the ho ...

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Thursday, January 20, 2022   /   by Ken A Parker

We Will Help You to Check Your Home Before Selling it to The Market

There are many easy and inexpensive tips we're going to look at that will help you sell your home for the most amount of money and in the least amount of time. Your home's appearance is critical, it would be unwise to ignore it. The look and feel of your home will generate greater emotional response than any other factor. Prospective buyers are going to react to what they see, hear, feel and smell. All these senses will influence their decision about buying your home. Understand that there is a difference between a home’s living condition and its showing condition. It takes an objective eye and experience to know what buyers are looking for when your home is for sale. Its outside appearance becomes extremely important. Pay special attention to the front entrance. Here, purchasers will get their first up close experience with your home. You may want to repaint your front door or replace the doormat. Make sure the doorbell and any exterior lights are all in workin ...

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Ken Parker
12402 Industrial Blvd. Ste A-2
Victorville, CA 92395
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