6 Things To Get Your House Ready For A Sale In Richmond

You thought long and hard about moving. You know it’s a stressful situation between preparing the house for viewing, packing and making the place available. Now that you’ve made the decision to move, it can’t happen fast enough. That is why you should do these six things to get your house ready for a sale … Continued

Top Home Selling Myths Debunked in Richmond

When it comes to selling a home, it’s hard to know who or what to believe with all misinformation, errors, and myths floating around out there. And well-meaning but misinformed family and friends don’t help matters either – a good reason to call on the expertise of real estate professionals. But to help you get … Continued

How To Separate Your House From The Competition in Richmond

When the buyers market is hot, there are so many homes to choose from. Buyers feel they are in the power seat while sellers are working hard to make their home stand out as the most desirable. After all, the longer a home sits on the market, the staler the listing gets making it less desirable. Here … Continued

What To Expect From Your Real Estate Agent In Richmond

There is no question that a real estate agent does a lot. Before escrow, he is preparing buyers sheets or seller’s home checklists. Once a property goes into escrow, the real estate agent transitions into a detail machine overseeing contract negotiations, inspections, and disclosure reports. As the client, it is hard to pinpoint exactly what … Continued

5 Ways To Generate Interest For Your House in Richmond

If your listing isn’t generating any interest, then you have a big problem, and it’s usually not just that buyers are not interested. Typically, a lack of interest in your house is the result of poor marketing or inadequate property information – but it could be other things. And the worst thing about it is … Continued

5 Ways Coronavirus is Impacting The Housing Market in Richmond

The coronavirus and COVID-19 have altered almost every aspect of our lives, from the business landscape to entertainment to schooling. And real estate and the housing market in Richmond have by no means come through unscathed. Real estate is still chugging along, of course, but there have been some changes – changes that both buyers … Continued