As the nights…and days…grow colder across the country, people begin to fire up their furnaces and space heaters.
However, an unfortunate side effect to heating our homes is the increase in house fires.
According to the National Fire Prevention Agency (NFPA), December, January and February are the most hazardous months of the year; with most house fires taking place during this time.
You’ve now found the perfect real estate agent and navigated how to stay safe when selling your home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it’s time to list your home, and you’re in luck — the housing market is currently experiencing a seller’s market. This means you’ll hopefully realize a large profit after your sale, even after paying all the costs associated with selling your home.
You’ve already found the right real estate agent, learned how to safely sell your home during COVID-19, gotten your home ready for sale, and learned tips for selling your home in a seller’s market . Now, it’s time to learn how to choose the best offer on your home.
In the current seller’s market, odds are, you’ll be faced with a bidding war. This is great news! It means you should have several offers on the table to choose from. You may be inclined to pick the buyer who offers the most money for your home, but the best offer isn’t always the highest bidder — it may be the one that best accommodates your situation.
Outdoor Christmas lights can light up your home – and your mood – for the holidays, but they can also pose a risk if basic precautions are ignored.
Each year, fires caused from electrical issues result in millions of dollars worth of damage, not to mention the death that can very often occur.
And while outdoor displays aren’t nearly as combustible as Christmas trees can be, it’s still important to follow some basic guidelines to minimize the risk of fire from outdoor Christmas lights.
Phew! You’ve already found the right real estate agent, gotten your home ready for sale, learned how to safely sell your home during COVID-19, learned how to sell your home in a seller’s market, and learned how to choose the best offer on your home during a bidding war.
Now, it’s time to learn how to negotiate without losing a buyer. Even the best offer you receive can always be negotiated for better or more convenient terms.