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Let’s “Fall Proof” your Home 🍂
🍁 Clear out your gutters
🍁 Clean out the fireplace
🍁 Insulate your home

When it comes to buying a house, one of the biggest challenges you may face is sourcing your down payment. Unless you qualify for a loan program that offers a no down payment option, you might be required to put a percentage of the purchase price down to close on your new home. Here are a few options to consider when looking for potential resources for your down payment.

Monthly Moving Tip 📣
Contact at least three moving companies to obtain a quote. To avoid surprises, make sure the movers perform either an in-person inspection or a video survey of your belongings before giving you an estimate.

While the disclosure form will vary in format, it may contain the following:
➡️ List of specific issues the homeowner must check off if the home has them
➡️ Questions about the property the seller must answer with “Yes,” “No” or “Unknown”
➡️ Space to provide further explanation of the issue and if it was fixed
➡️ Space to provide additional disclosures not listed in the document
➡️ List of appliances that are included with the home

While cleaning is the most obvious step in preparing your house for showings, it’s only one of several things to do before inviting prospective buyers into your home.
✅ Remove Clutter
✅ Organize Closets
✅ Remove Odors
✅ Highlight Key Areas
✅ Remove Yourself
✅ Step Into Their Shoes

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– Daily personalized Instagram post + caption, posted for you

– Your own web page (link in bio)

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House hunting is a creative part of the house-buying process. It comes with plenty of imagination, hope, and excitement. You get to spend time looking at neighborhoods, mooning over woodwork, marveling about counter space, and dreaming of days spent on porches. The thrill of the hunt can also be nerve-wracking, disappointing, and take way longer than feels fair. If you let your emotions lead, you can waste time and energy looking at places that won’t work for your lifestyle, budget, or family size.

Tips for a Successful Open House 📣
✅ Try for a Private Showing
If you can, schedule a private showing outside of the open house hours. This will give you the chance to take your time and form an opinion without other competing buyers serving as a distraction.
✅ Bring Your Own Agent
If you’re already represented by a real estate agent, try to visit open houses together as you would a private showing. Your agent can also speak to the listing agent on your behalf, a necessity if you’re serious about making an offer.
✅ Talk to the Agent
The agent hosting the open house can be a helpful resource when at an open house.
✅ Take Notes
If the house meets your needs on paper, take the tour with your checklist of must-haves in mind and point out issues that may be deal-breakers. A crack in the wall or sign of a possible water leak are worth jotting down to ask the listing agent or an inspector about.

With colder weather moving in, one inexpensive and easy way to reduce your utility bills and eliminate cold air from coming is is by weatherstripping around your home.

Would you ever buy a home without seeing it in person? 🏡⬇️

If you had the money to do a home improvement project, which one would you pick: Kitchen, Bathroom or your Curb Appeal? ⬇️

Local Pumpkin Patches 🎃
Which one is your favorite? Or are you going to them all? ⬇️

Make your home a little more livable, and a lot more automated, by adding appliances and devices you can control from anywhere. Here are some of my favorites:
➡️ Smart Thermostats
➡️ Smart Light Bulbs
➡️ Smart Refrigerators
➡️ Smart Door Locks

One advantage of selling in the fall is utilizing the décor and ambiance of the season in your favor. Here are a few ways to stage your home in the fall for potential buyers:
🍁 Emphasize Coziness
🍁 Use Seasonal Scents
🍁 Plant Fall Flowers
🍁 Provide Seasonal Snacks

Did you know the main areas of your home that will help sell it quicker and for more money are your:
➡️ Outdoor Space
➡️ Kitchen
➡️ Bathrooms
This means, if you are considering any upgrades and/or renovations you would get the best ROI, by investing in these areas.

When homes are significantly underpriced, they typically end up selling
for less, if not far less, than the actual fair market value of homes in the area. Here’s why:
➡️ Wrong buyer pool. Buyer/visitor traffic is important but what’s more important is qualified visitor traffic. If the fair market value for your home is $2 million but it’s listed for sale at $1.5 million, your significantly underpriced home is likely to attract buyers and offers from people who could never afford your home.
➡️ Buyer psychology. Buyers know the market is competitive and overbids are common in today’s marketplace. Knowing this, would you rather have a buyer overbid starting point be at the fair market value of your home (for instance, $2 million) or overbid starting point set on a significantly underpriced value for your home (say $1.5 million)?
➡️ Confusion and hassle. A homeowner who significantly underprices their home could be faced with 20+ offers that need to be carefully reviewed and responded to quickly. Most of these offers are going to be well below the seller’s threshold for acceptance or even made by buyers who could never purchase or afford the home at fair market value.

Fall Bucket List 🍂
Pick Apples 🍎
Attend a Festival 🍁
Go on a Hike 🥾
Bake a Pie 🥧
Carve Pumpkins 🎃
Visit a Farm 🐷

A virtual open house is a live, online showing of your home that potential buyers can attend to get a better feel for the space than just looking at photos. They can ask your real estate agent questions and even get them to zoom in on specific home features they want to take a closer look at.

Are you looking to find an agent, but you’re unsure on how to choose the RIGHT one? Here are some tips:
✅ Get a referral
✅ Meet with at least three agents
✅ Ask the right questions
✅ Explain your communication preferences
✅ Agree on all the important details

If you’re looking to spruce up your home but don’t have a big budget to work with, fear not. There are many home improvements you can do for under $1,000 that can make a big difference. Here are just a few:
✔️ Add landscaping to increase curb appeal
✔️ Paint a room or two
✔️ Install a new kitchen backsplash
✔️ Add crown molding to the living area
✔️ Replace or repaint the front door

On average, many real estate experts and interior designers estimate that in 2023, given the possessions and lifestyle expectations of modern Americans, you should aim for about 400 to 600 square feet per person.

During your consultation we can discuss your wants, needs and expectations to make you completely comfortable during this journey together.

Daily personalized Instagram post + more

Content30 is looking for agents who want to volunteer for a social media transformation. Join our exclusive program that will improve your online presence and earn new clients.

– Daily personalized Instagram post + caption, posted for you

– Your own web page (link in bio)

– Personalized Buyer/seller ebook lead grabs.

– Dedicated account manager and designer.

A home security system offers protection for your loved ones and property, as well as peace of mind. Today’s home security systems go beyond protection with home automation features that can add convenience to your life and help to conserve energy for lower bills. Here are the top five benefits of a home security system:
✔️ Protection
✔️ Deterrent to burglars
✔️ Peace of mind
✔️ Convenience and energy savings
✔️ Reduced home insurance premiums

➡ Get a personalized demo and see how you can better optimize your online presence to reach more people, and ultimately get new clients.

Trending Hashtags

Real estate hashtags are words or phrases preceded by a # sign, which social media sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter use to categorize posts into separate topics. Hashtags can help you increase your reach on social media and grow your audience.

General Real Estate Hashtags

#realty #realestate #listing #greatvalue #instarealestate #instalisting #Realtors #NAR #luxuryrealestate #mansion #HUDhome #foreclosure #househunting #makememove #luxuryliving #homegoals #housegoals #investmentproperty #emptynest #broker #realestateagent #locationlocationlocation #FSBO 

Listing Hashtags

#houseforsale #homesforsale #virtualtour #luxurylistings #justsold #openhouse #offmarketlistings #pocketlisting #newlisting #homeforsale #renovated #marblecounters #eatinkitchen #motherinlawsuite #petfriendly #dogfriendly #catfriendly #condo #coop #twofamily #midcenturymodern #colonial #Victorian #bungalow  #starterhome  #caprate #dreamhome #fixandflip #turnkeyinvestment #curbappeal #justsold #selling #townhouse #brownstone #frontporch #parking #pool

Neighborhood Hashtags


#lovewhereyoulive #loveyourneighborhood #neighborsandfriends  #downtown“city”#beachlife #walkableneighborhood #HOA #”neighborhood”realestate #“neighborhood”homeforsale #“city”realestate #“city”homeforsale #“neighborhood”living #“neighborhood”life #“city”realtor #“neighborhood”+“typeofhome” #suburbs #suburblife #explore“neighborhood” #location #“county”realtor #“state”realtor #greattransportation #uptown #closetothebeach #localattraction

Branding Hashtags


#listwithme #yourfavoriterealtor #buywithme #sellwithme #listwithme #“yourname” #“yourcompanyname” #“yourbrokerage” #justrealtorthings #realestatehumor #realestateexpert #“your city”expert #“your neighborhood”expert #toprealtor #yourrealtor #whoyouworkwithmatters #thedailyhometip #theweeklyhometip #riseandgrind #mondaymotivation #realtorsofinstagram #riseandgrind #realestatetips

Random Hashtags

#thedailyhometip #theweeklyhometip #freewine #freecookies #freesnacks #felinefriendly #poochfriendly#justrealtorthings #riseandgrind #realestatehumor

Since hashtags are an effective way to expand your reach on social media, you may be tempted to cram your posts full of them. This is not recommended.

Social media sites are clever enough to tell when someone is using hashtags to improve their post, and when people are simply spamming the site. You might not get your post flagged or removed for having too many hashtags, but at a certain point the social media platforms will simply ignore them.

Jackson Miller


interior designer // owner

Jackson Miller

I believe that every design is personal. The connection we have with clients determines how the projects will look at the end of the design process. We must understand the clients and bond with them, be a part of their dream. Their dream is our dream.

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