Robin V. Wish - Real Living Realty Group



Posted by Robin V. Wish on 8/14/2017

A home listing often introduces a homebuyer to a residence. It may include home photos, a brief home description and details about various home features and amenities. As such, an effective home listing is a must-have, particularly for a home seller who wants to stir up plenty of interest in a residence.

Ultimately, there are several best practices to consider when you create a home listing, and these include:

1. Provide Accurate Information

Learn about your home, and you can provide accurate information about your residence in your home listing.

If you're unsure about your home's condition, it often pays to complete a home appraisal. That way, a property appraiser can evaluate your residence both inside and out, identify any problem areas and offer a property valuation.

Furthermore, if you recently completed assorted home improvements, you should include information about these upgrades in your home listing.

Whether it's new windows that you installed throughout your residence or an updated home air conditioning system, including details about various home upgrades in your home listing could help your residence stand out to potential buyers.

2. Include High-Quality Photos

You don't need to be a professional photographer to capture high-quality photos of your house. In fact, many smartphones and tablets feature first-rate cameras, and you can use these mobile devices to take photos of your house's interior or exterior.

As you photograph your home, remember the homebuyer's perspective. For instance, a homebuyer likely wants to see photos of a clean, pristine kitchen and other awe-inspiring images of your house. If you clean and declutter your house before a photo shoot, you can increase the likelihood that your home photos will capture homebuyers' attention.

On the other hand, if you want professional assistance, you can always reach out to a real estate photographer as well. A real estate photographer can offer home photo recommendations and suggestions and help you capture photos that show off the true size and beauty of your residence.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent knows what it takes to craft an effective home listing. Therefore, if you collaborate with a real estate agent, you should have no trouble creating a home listing that hits the mark with homebuyers.

Typically, a real estate agent will meet with you, learn about your home selling goals and plan accordingly. He or she then will use the information that you provide to develop an engaging home listing.

With a real estate agent at your side, you can seamlessly navigate the home selling journey too.

For instance, a real estate agent will host open houses and set up home showings to promote your residence to homebuyers. Plus, he or she will keep you up to date about any home offers and provide expert advice at each stage of the home selling journey.

Creating an effective home listing may seem difficult. Fortunately, if you use the aforementioned best practices, you can craft a home listing that can help you generate substantial interest in your residence.




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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 8/8/2017


22 Barnstable Rd, Norfolk, MA 02056

Single-Family

$565,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Builder's own home with features not often seen in this price range! Custom built and extensive upgrades - hardwoods throughout, some mahogany accent detail as well as wainscoting and crown molding. Kitchen and baths have tile flooring. Cedar closets for out of season storage.. 2005 exterior renovation includes Harvey windows, doors, vinyl siding, azec trim and new architectural roof 2011: Kitchen renovation- cherry cabinets, two ovens( including advantium oven) and two cook-tops, stainless appliances 2012: mechanical upgrades: new high efficiency furnace and AC, hot water tank and additional insulation installed. High end finish detail including custom built-ins in nursery, family room and office. Fantastic layout offers larger than expected dining room, double sided wood burning fireplaces, gorgeous cathedral ceiling family room - even a beautiful first floor office and so much more. Please see detailed upgrade listing attached to MLS listing sheet.
Open House
Sunday
August 13 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Beautiful colonial in Cape Cod estates! Many upgrades completed in this builder's home. Open House Sunday 8/13 12-2pm
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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 8/8/2017

Builder's own home with features not often seen in this price range! Custom built and extensive upgrades - hardwoods throughout, some mahogany accent detail as well as wainscoting and crown molding. Kitchen and baths have tile flooring. Cedar closets for out of season storage.. 2005 exterior renovation includes Harvey windows, doors, vinyl siding, azec trim and new architectural roof 2011: Kitchen renovation- cherry cabinets, two ovens( including advantium oven) and two cook-tops, stainless appliances 2012: mechanical upgrades: new high efficiency furnace and AC, hot water tank and additional insulation installed. High end finish detail including custom built-ins in nursery, family room and office. Fantastic layout offers larger than expected dining room, double sided wood burning fireplaces, gorgeous cathedral ceiling family room - even a beautiful first floor office and so much more. Please see detailed upgrade listing attached to MLS listing sheet.

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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 8/8/2017


22 Barnstable Rd, Norfolk, MA 02056

Single-Family

$565,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Builder's own home with features not often seen in this price range! Custom built and extensive upgrades - hardwoods throughout, some mahogany accent detail as well as wainscoting and crown molding. Kitchen and baths have tile flooring. Cedar closets for out of season storage.. 2005 exterior renovation includes Harvey windows, doors, vinyl siding, azec trim and new architectural roof 2011: Kitchen renovation- cherry cabinets, two ovens( including advantium oven) and two cook-tops, stainless appliances 2012: mechanical upgrades: new high efficiency furnace and AC, hot water tank and additional insulation installed. High end finish detail including custom built-ins in nursery, family room and office. Fantastic layout offers larger than expected dining room, double sided wood burning fireplaces, gorgeous cathedral ceiling family room - even a beautiful first floor office and so much more. Please see detailed upgrade listing attached to MLS listing sheet.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 8/7/2017

There are many benefits to installing a security system in your home. It gives you a sense security and safety for you and your family. Youíll be able to be away from your home for both short and long periods with a peace of mind. The one choice youíll need to make is the type of security system that you want to be installed in your home. Some alarms are manned by commandoes while others have much more simplistic designs.   


While some systems are installed by a professional, others are easier to install and can be done with a DIY approach. Remember that you can always start small and install a more complicated system as time goes on. You donít even need to know how to use a drill or have any kind of technical expertise for most DIY install security systems. Below, youíll find the basic steps that you should know before you install a home security system.


Basic Components In Your Home Security Package


  • The main panel complete with keypad
  • Sensors
  • Motion detectors


These are the basic things that will come with every home security system no matter how simple or fancy you get in your alarm system selection. The number of sensors that you need will depend on the number of doors and windows that are in your home. It also is based on your own personal preference. Remember that these sensors will be activated every time a door or window is opened when they are installed in your home. 

 

Install The Security Panel


Security panels are often wireless and should be placed near a power source to plug the panel in. These should also have a backup battery of some sorts. You can either place a nail on the wall or put an adhesive on the back of the panel. Itís really that simple to put the panel up!


Install The Sensors In Your Home


Security systems will come with door and window sensors and possibly along with some motion detectors. They will be placed with a moveable adhesive for your convenience. Every security system will come along with instructions for the optimum locations to place these sensors in. 


Test Your System


Once you have completed the above steps, youíll need to test your system to ensure that it has been properly activated and that everything is working properly. The specific system that youíre installing should also come along with some instructions for testing purposes. 


While DIY home security systems seem fairly simple, they arenít for everyone. Some homeowners prefer more complex systems to suit their needs. If a professional installation is for you, you should avoid self-install security systems altogether.    


 




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