Woodstock GA and Surrounding Areas Homes for Sale – Update by Red Hot Atlanta Homes

November 10, 2010

*Selling Your Home During the Holidays

The holiday season is quickly approaching and we are once again advising sellers the does and don’ts for the holiday season.  Thanksgiving is a national holiday and a perfect time to showcase your pumpkins and turkeys.  Feel free to add them to your home decor and decorate your table.   Contiuned.


October 15, 2010

* Autumn Recommendations for Selling Your Home

Fall  has finally arrived here in Atlanta.  If you have your home for sale, here are a few recommendations for presenting your home to homebuyers Read more. 

October 4, 2010

* Are You Ready for a Homebuyer…Selling Your Home

When selling your home keeping the house in order for showings is a challenge.  Here are a few tips we learned and used earlier this year when I had my own house of the market for sale.  Read more.

September 27, 2010

* Easy Replacement Floor – Selling Your Home

Recently listed a home for sale that’s about 15 years old.  As I was walking through the home with the owner, I complimented on the new bathroom tile floor.  She laughed and replied “it’s Pergo”.  Read more…

August 6, 2010

Little Things to Update Your Home…Selling Your Home

Have you lived in your home for over five years?  Have you painted?  Have you replaced a light fixture?  If you have not started to update your home, now is the time.  Over a five-year period colors, hardware finishes and preferred floor coverings will all change.  If you consistently replace items as you live in your home, when the time comes to sell, you will be ready.  Additionally, you will enjoy the fruits of your labor.

In the kitchen, look at the finish of the hardware.  Do you still have brass pulls on the drawers and cabinets?  Stop by a hardware store and see all the wonderful finishes that are now available.  On to appliances, almond will not be found in a store today.  Flooring, there are unbelievable textures, finishes and styles on the market.  Many are very reasonably priced.

In the bedrooms, when was the last time you replaced a bedcover…meaning bedspread, quilt, duvet?  In the next Sunday’s newspaper check, out the Macy’s circular.  Does your bed-covers look like the ad? If not. now is the time to update.  How about a new lamp to go with the bed-covers?

First impressions are extremely important, so think about your foyer.  Does it need a new rug?  What’s the finish on the light?  Are the flowers faded in the arrangement on the entrance table?  Start checking out the end of the season arrangements available in many stores.

Remember, baths sell houses and spa baths are in.  Plush linens and new bathroom hardware are a great way to get that spa feel.  Add some fashionable art as a finishing touch.

We are not suggesting re-doing your home, its ongoing replacing items in your home to give your home a current look and feel.   Sometime in the future you will want to sell your home.  If you have not done some updating over time, you may need to do many of these items to ask and receive top dollar for your home.

July 19, 2010

*Getting Ready for Home Appraisal – Selling Your Home

Your home is finally under contract and the appraiser is coming…what do you do?   Just like when your home was for sale, make it as easy as possible for the appraiser to get into your home.  Work around their schedule and let them come at their convenience.  They will need around an hour to measure the home, take exterior and interior photos, and do a walk through inspection of all the rooms including basements, crawl spaces, and attics.

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April 26, 2010

Pending Sale in 45 Days…We Can Help You Sell Your Woodstock GA Home

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Directions to Open House….Taking Hwy 92 from I-575, go East to Hames Rd, turn South, at Stop sign go straight, turn into Willow Creek Subdivision on right, take first left, Old Chestnut Ct on left. If you need further assistance contact Kathy at 404-314-8129.

Wonderful traditional home with 5 Bedrooms on large private cul-de-sac lot. Formal Living and Dining Room, Fireside Family Room, Eat-in Kitchen all with Brazilian cherry wood floors. All bedrooms are upstairs…Master with trey ceiling, walk-in closet, and spa bath. 4 additional bedrooms with large closets, 5th bedroom could be bonus room. There are back stairs leading to this room. Home has full unfinished basement ready for you to create the space you need. Learn more at http://www.WillowCreekWoodstock.info

Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 2.5
Garage Size: 2 Car
Square Footage: 0000
Broker: RE/MAX Greater Atlanta
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March 29, 2010

* Dressing the Master Bedroom -Selling Your Home

Today’s homebuyers are all about luxury and space for the master bedroom when it comes to purchasing  home.  A place where can they retreat after a busy day and recharge.   They enjoy looking a magazines with luxurious master suites and dream so you want to create that dream if you are selling your homes.   Start with the furniture is it a timeless set of furniture or is it hand me downs and un-matching.  If it is furniture set fantastic build a room around the style.   Read more.

March 15, 2010

*More Sparkling Bath – Selling Your Home Part 5

Do you like the feel when you walk into a hotel bath?  The lush linens, striking countertops, and clean feeling…again that is what a home buyer wants when they walk into your home.  In Sparkling Bath”  we talked about cleaning your bath, now let’s address the bath so home buyers are dazzled.  First start by picking a color scheme…crisp white if the walls are dark,  bold color if the walls are pale.  Remember pastels are out.   Use colors that are similar to adjacent bedrooms.

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February 3, 2010

*Staging a Home for Sale

What is this new thing called “staging a home for sale“?  First it’s been around awhile and used mostly for high-end homes.  Today everyone watches HGTV and can see what rearranging a few pieces of furniture can do for a home.  Real estate agents have a home staged primarily for two reasons.  First, to make the home more appealing to a larger cross-section of buyers; the second reason is to get better photos.  Staging can be done by a professional home stager, the homeowner or the real estate agent.

The first thing anyone can do in staging and the most cost-effective tool is paint…you may love the chartreuse in the dining room, however no one else will, so for the cost of a gallon of paint and several hours of time you can make the buyers viewing your house want your home.  Staging is used to eliminate problems when possible…does the pink tile in the powder room need to be covered by wainscoting?  Arrange furniture so that the best features of the room stand out.  Put away that old oversized recliner while the home is for sale.  If you still are using your college desk, you may want to consider investing in a new one.  Consider whether you want a home buyer looking at the furniture or the room.  Staging is used to create harmony so that homebuyers focus on the positive attributes of your home.

With color and furniture arrangement done, the real estate agent is able to take interesting photos of your home.  Photos are the first impression for a home buyer! They use the photos to virtually walk thru a home, consider the size of rooms, and decide if the home would be somewhere they want to live.  Real estate agents use photos to tell the story of a home and neighborhood.  They create visual interest and excitementRemember a picture is worth a thousand words, so if you are selling your home, you want those words to portray your home in it’s best light.

Staging can be done with a nominal budget and a few days of time.  It’s one of the best investments a seller can make when putting their home on the market to sell!

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