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  • 7 Signs of a Great Real Estate Pro

    7 Signs of a Great Real Estate Pro

    Wednesday, January 21 2015 2:36 PM EST2015-01-21 19:36:35 GMT
    From Our Sponsors: Merit Co. Real Estate, Colorado Springs, Colo. Whether you want to ensure a more beneficial tax return, plan the perfect wedding or defend yourself in court, it pays to enlist the aid of an experienced professional. The same is true of buying or selling a home. Smart consumers know they'll have better data, wield greater bargaining power and likely enjoy a faster transaction if they trust in the expertise of a professional real estate broker or agent. But locating the right...
    From Our Sponsors: Merit Co. Real Estate, Colorado Springs, Colo. Whether you want to ensure a more beneficial tax return, plan the perfect wedding or defend yourself in court, it pays to enlist the aid of an experienced professional. The same is true of buying or selling a home. Smart consumers know they'll have better data, wield greater bargaining power and likely enjoy a faster transaction if they trust in the expertise of a professional real estate broker or agent. But locating the right...
  • 5 Best Times to Sell Your Home

    5 Best Times to Sell Your Home

    From Our Sponsors: Merit Co. Real Estate, Colorado Springs, Colo.To generate maximum laughs, standup comics need a good sense of comedic timing. But to generate a faster sale and a higher paid price, home sellers need to have a good sense of market timing. Knowing when to list your residence for sale for maximum impact requires careful insight and collaboration, says Kerry Brill, president and chief executive officer of Merit Co. Real Estate in Colorado Springs, Colo., the oldest and largest ...
    From Our Sponsors: Merit Co. Real Estate, Colorado Springs, Colo.To generate maximum laughs, standup comics need a good sense of comedic timing. But to generate a faster sale and a higher paid price, home sellers need to have a good sense of market timing. Knowing when to list your residence for sale for maximum impact requires careful insight and collaboration, says Kerry Brill, president and chief executive officer of Merit Co. Real Estate in Colorado Springs, Colo., the oldest and largest ...
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  • How to Win in a Seller’s Market

    How to Win in a Seller’s Market

    From Our Sponsors: Preparing to list a home for sale or to go house hunting soon? You'll need to abandon tactics that worked in previous years. The Pikes Peak market now decidedly leans toward sellers and calls for adopting shrewd strategies to score a winning deal. Low mortgage rates and strong local employment has the housing market off to a strong start this spring. “It's a seller's market, meaning there are plenty of prospective homebuyers vying for a lower inventory of housing stock,” s...
    From Our Sponsors: Preparing to list a home for sale or to go house hunting soon? You'll need to abandon tactics that worked in previous years. The Pikes Peak market now decidedly leans toward sellers and calls for adopting shrewd strategies to score a winning deal. Low mortgage rates and strong local employment has the housing market off to a strong start this spring. “It's a seller's market, meaning there are plenty of prospective homebuyers vying for a lower inventory of housing stock,” s...
  • 6 Tips to Prepare Your Property for a Home Showing

    6 Tips to Prepare Your Property for a Home Showing

    Friday, March 20 2015 2:37 PM EDT2015-03-20 18:37:10 GMT
    From our sponsors:From blind dates to job interviews, positive first impressions make a lasting impact. The same is true when it comes time to show your home to a prospective purchaser. Whether it's a private tour or an open house, you want to ensure that potential buyers walk away with a favorable feeling about your residence – and that requires planning. “To impress a buyer, you must truly have your house in order,” said Kerry Brill, president and chief executive officer of Merit Co. Real E...
    From our sponsors:From blind dates to job interviews, positive first impressions make a lasting impact. The same is true when it comes time to show your home to a prospective purchaser. Whether it's a private tour or an open house, you want to ensure that potential buyers walk away with a favorable feeling about your residence – and that requires planning. “To impress a buyer, you must truly have your house in order,” said Kerry Brill, president and chief executive officer of Merit Co. Real E...
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