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Found 2 blog entries for September 2011.

Addressing the property features that cater to seasonal activities is crucial when presenting your home to prospective buyers. To not do so creates the appearance of neglect, and worse for the home seller, the sense that a property has languished or become stagnant on the market.

Just as sellers have the swimming pool cleaned and opened in Spring, and landscaping issues addressed and maintained throughout Summer, it is equally important that sellers ready the amenities that cater to the various seasonal activities that take place during cooler months of the year. As seasons change, anticipate what fresh new perspective that your prospective homebuyer considers. For example, just a few months ago homebuyers were still looking for summertime retreats…

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Buyer inspections.  City inspections.  Radon tests.  Moisture tests.  Whether you’re buying or selling, it’s important to be familiar with the inspections associated with the process so that you are well informed and comfortable with the transaction.

Some cities require a city inspection prior to the home being listed for sale.  You may hear them called different things, such as the “TISH Inspection,” or the “Truth in Housing Inspection.”  Cities that require this inspection include Minneapolis, St. Paul, St. Louis Park, and more.  If a city inspection is required, our team will help you find an inspector and get the appointment set.  Sellers pay for this inspection and once completed you’ll receive a report to read through and share with…

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