Homeseller Resources & Reads: February 19, 2017

Every other week we’ll share the best news, tips and resources the Internet has to offer those planning to sell their home. Here’s what we found this week:

Maximize Your Listing Price While Minimizing Your Expense

This latest read from Realty Times shares that:

Pricing your house correctly and increasing appeal with low-cost, high-value upgrades can mean more offers.

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Home Projects That Will Sell Your Home Faster

If you’re trying to see your home “as is,” you may find that offers aren’t as plentiful as you’d like. Making some smart updates doesn’t have to bust your budget. In fact, smart upgrades and small fixes just might bring you better offers.

Your goal is to decide how much you’re willing to spend on your home before you set a price and list it for sale.

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How to Make Your Home More Appealing to Millennial Buyers

The gang at Redfin share what the newest generation of homebuyers, millennials, are looking for in a house.

Younger buyers make up a considerable chunk of the real estate market — that’s why it’s smart to start looking into making your home more “millennial friendly” when you decide you’re going to sell.

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Top 4 Things That Determine a Home’s Value

Amenities? Location? Style? Home Layout?

What plays the biggest role in determining a home’s value?

The reality is that the physical structure depreciates over time. It is the land underneath the structure that appreciates in value.

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The Early Bird’s Guide to Selling a Home

The real estate market in the metro Atlanta area is starting to pick up as the weather warms, but there’s still a little time to prep before the spring buying season really starts hopping.

Although technically the peak home-buying period is still a few months away, the time to get your home in shape to sell is right now.

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