Project #1: Install Rigid Flower Bed Edging The setup:?A crisp edge where the?lawn?meets the flower beds looks great and eases mowing. Opt for rigid edging ? the flexible plastic stuff looks amateurish from day one. Use a charged garden hose to lay out a smooth curve. Tip:?A ?charged? garden hose full of water makes for […]
Friday All Day:?Georgia State Adult League Championship Tennis Tournament |?Newman Tennis Center 6pm: Evans Towne Market Weekly Wine Tasting | Location: Evans Towne Market 6:30pm:?Brown vs. Board of Education Commemoration |?Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History?-?Augusta 7pm:?Nathan Storey live | M.A.D. Studios Augusta 7pm:?Somewhere In Augusta: Storm Branch Band 7:05pm:?Baseball: Savannah Sand Gnats vs. […]
Reblogged from Cambridge KW Real Estate Blog: So you're all excited and you're starting your search for that first dream home. Before you embark on the home buyer's wheel and discover all the stress that can build up in that query take a deep breath and consider these useful tips: Down-payment~You most likely have accumulated […]
Reblogged from Steve Schultz - REALTOR: Historically, the average rental price has increased over time -- a trend likely to continue going into the future. A fixed rate mortgage allows you to "lock in" a certain monthly cost for a specified period of time. If your situation allows you to buy, now is a good […]
1. How long have you been selling real estate in Augusta, GA?
It's likely that you don't interview people very often. And yet, in order to find the REALTOR® who is right for you, you may interview several. The quality of your home selling experience is dependent upon your skill at selecting the person best qualified.
It's interesting that in the real estate business, someone with many successfully closed transactions usually COSTS THE SAME as someone who is inexperienced. Bringing that experience to bear on your transaction could mean a higher price at the negotiating table, selling in less time, and with the minimum amount of hassles.
The world is populated with REALTORS® who are wrong for you. For example, the housewife who sells an occasional house because she needs a little pocket change, or the insurance salesman who believes he can handle two careers, or perhaps your cousin, who really needs your business.
The sale of your home could well be the most important financial transaction you have ever been involved with. The person you select can make it a satisfying and profitable activity, or a terrible experience. It's your home, and your money. The choice of your REALTOR® is up to you. Make the selection carefully.