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What to Do Before House Hunting 📣
Once you decide to buy a home, the first thing you might want to do is to begin looking at houses online and setting up viewings. While looking at potential houses on the market is a crucial part of the process, jumping straight in could land you into trouble. Here are four things you need to check off your to-do list before you ever set foot in a home.
✔️ Ensure your credit is in order
✔️ Get pre-approved
✔️ Determine what you need in a house
✔️ Don’t empty the bank

Mortgage Myth Buster ❌
➡️ You must put 20% down to buy a home.
The reality is that as home prices continue to rise, many homebuyers can’t afford to put down 20 percent. In fact, 49 percent of all buyers put down less than 20 percent, according to the most recent data from the National Association of Realtors.

A major kitchen overhaul can cost a huge amount of money. Instead of going for a full-on remodel, consider what small changes you can make to update your kitchen before potential home buyers walk in.
✔️ Have your kitchen professionally cleaned
✔️ Keep windows clean and clear
✔️ Clear the counters
✔️ Organize inside cupboards
✔️ Style open shelving
✔️Set fancy hand and dish soap on a tray
✔️ Add new dish towels
✔️ Bring in fresh flowers or greenery

After months of searching, you’ve finally found your dream
home. It has a spacious yard, a gorgeous kitchen and living room, and yes, even a walk-in closet in the master bedroom. But before you can start discussing the closing date and housewarming party details, your realtor delivers some bad news, your offer isn’t the only one the seller is considering. But don’t fret, here are some tips to handle multiple offers on your dream home and come out on top.
✔️ Get pre-approved
✔️ Have as few contingencies as possible
✔️ Work with the seller
✔️Create a personal connection
✔️ Negotiate an appraisal gap

Real estate investing doesn’t come with a map, and the road to riches is often winding. That being said, there are things you can do to put yourself on the right path and ensure your best chances for success.
✔️ Find rental properties in emerging neighborhoods
✔️ Diversify your investments
✔️ Don’t over-leverage yourself
✔️ Do your homework before listening to paid advisors
✔️ Nip maintenance issues in the bud before they get bigger
✔️ Join a local networking group
✔️ Get to know your market

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Home Staging Dos ‼️
➡️ Deep clean like crazy
➡️ Don’t forget about curb appeal
➡️ Stick with neutrals
➡️ Remove personal items

how to prepare for a Showing:
Preparing your house for showings can sometimes feel like the buildup to Thanksgiving dinner or a family Christmas party. Just like preparing for those holidays, there’s a lot of cleaning involved for the host.

Remove Clutter. It can be difficult to set up your home like you’re a professional home stager, especially if you have pets and/or young children. But removing clutter is an absolute necessity before showings.

Remove Odors. Be smart about what you cook the night before or morning of a showing. That broccoli is certainly good for you and the bacon tasty, but the lingering smell might turn off others.


Looking to buy land? Here are some tips:
✅ Do work with an agent to find land
✅ Have your finances in order
✅ Consider the value of homes in the neighborhood
✅ Take utilities and road access into account
✅ Don’t skip environmental tests
✅ Don’t forget the survey

What NOT to do when selling your home 📣
Your home is your biggest investment. Don’t make these mistakes when selling:
❌ Not expecting home selling costs
❌ Hiring an inexperienced real estate agent
❌ Pricing it wrong
❌ Hiding major repairs
❌ Skimping on staging
❌ Bad listing photos
❌ Limiting showings

Open houses are a valuable tool for home buyers. One of
the biggest perks is talking to the listing agent and going through your questions to ask at an open house. Here are the questions you’ll want to ask while you’re at an open house:
➡️ Why is the house for sale?
➡️ How long has the house been on the market?
➡️ How many offers has the seller received?
➡️ Are there any structural issues with the home?
➡️ Has the seller made any DIY renovations?
➡️ When was the home last updated?
➡️ What’s included with the home sale?
➡️ Is there an HOA?
➡️ What’s the neighborhood like?
➡️ What’s the seller’s timeline?
➡️ What amenities and locations are within walking distance?

Moving out of state? From packing belongings and finding a place to live to considering moving options and making new friends, moving to a different state is a time-consuming process that takes patience and planning. If you’re not sure how to move to another state, here are some tips:
✔️ Research your new neighborhood remotely
✔️ Visit surrounding areas using Google Street View
✔️ Research schools
✔️Budget for your move
✔️ Create a moving file
✔️ Research moving companies and hire a reputable one

After you’ve worked so hard to save your down payment and get your finances ready to buy a home, you don’t want to mess up your chances of getting your mortgage approved at the last minute. That means avoiding anything that could mess with your credit like closing or opening credit cards or bank accounts and getting a car loan or other big loan.
❌ Open and close bank accounts
❌ Finance other large purchases
❌ Change jobs
❌ Spend a lot of cash

Home Pricing Mistakes ‼️
➡️ Pricing the Home High to Leave Room to Negotiate
➡️ Pricing the Home with the Real Estate Agent who Offers the Highest List Price
➡️ Pricing the Home without Having A Professional Real Estate Agent Perform a Comparative Market Analysis
➡️ Pricing the Home High Because you Aren’t in a Hurry to Sell

A starter home is generally smaller than a forever home. As such, it’s a good choice for a first-time home buyer. A starter home makes for a smoother transition into homeownership. If you’re not used to making a mortgage payment, covering property taxes, or maintaining a property, then you may be better off with a smaller home rather than a larger home. Here are some pros of buying a starter home:
➡️ A lower purchase price
➡️ Lower property taxes
➡️ Less maintenance
➡️ Easy resale

Ways to improve your credit score ‼️
➡️ Build Your Credit File
➡️ Don’t Miss Payments
➡️ Catch Up On Past-Due Accounts
➡️ Pay Down Revolving Account Balances
➡️ Limit How Often You Apply for New Accounts

As agents, we keep up-to-date on the latest tech-enhanced trends in real estate to help our clients market their homes. Online listings need to grab prospective buyers’ attention, so they have to stand out. As an agent we arrange professional photography, drone flyovers, and 3D tours to give your house listing an edge over similar properties.

Are you dreaming of a quick, stress-free home sale with top dollar for your home? Here are some tips to follow when listing your home:
➡️ Hire an agent who knows the market
➡️ Get professional photos
➡️ Set a realistic price
➡️ Share your listing on social media

The role of a real estate appraiser is to help their clients to
systematically determine the market value of a property, which is one of the first steps in any real estate transaction whether you are a buyer, seller, lender, or other interested party. Here are some further details about the role of a real estate appraiser.

Having more space is always a good thing, right? Well, not exactly. What you gain in square footage when buying a bigger house comes along with a number of hidden costs that you might not have considered. And while it’s certainly true that many people simply outgrow their homes as their families expand, if you’re thinking of moving to a bigger house just because it seems like an attractive thing to do, it’s worth putting in some additional thought before taking the plunge.
Here are a few reasons why bigger isn’t always better ⬇️
➡️ A Bigger House Isn’t a Guaranteed Better Investment
➡️ More Space Doesn’t Always Mean More Usable Space
➡️ You Might Have to Sacrifice on Location
➡️ Bigger Homes Mean Bigger Responsibilities

Now that autumn has arrived, the clock is ticking louder on certain financial moves you might want to make before the end of 2022. Here are some action items to ponder as you sip on your pumpkin spice latte:
✔️ Look for bunching opportunities
✔️ Harvest those losses
✔️ Harvest those gains
✔️ Open up to open enrollment
✔️ Go on auto-pilot
✔️ Rebalance if needed
✔️ Reduce financial clutter
✔️ Check your credit records
✔️ Take an inventory of belongings
✔️ Review your estate plan

Curb Appeal MATTERS ‼️
From upgrading your mailbox to lighting up your exterior, here are some easy and affordable curb appeal tips that can help make your home more attractive to buyers.
✔️ Plant a tree
✔️ Add flower boxes
✔️ Ensure walkways, sidewalks, and hardscape areas are clean
✔️Light up your exterior
✔️ Upgrade your mailbox
✔️ Add new house numbers

Daily personalized Instagram post + more

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– Daily personalized Instagram post + caption, posted for you

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– Personalized Buyer/seller ebook lead grabs.

– Dedicated account manager and designer.

Your yard is the first thing a potential buyer sees as they pull up to your home. Don’t you know first impressions are everything? Make sure your yard is cut, weeds are removed and you have a clean door mat to welcome potential buyers.

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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.

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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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