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Asked by Vickie, Mount Juliet, TN Sun Feb 1, 2009

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Alan May, Agent, Evanston, IL
Sun Feb 1, 2009
that's too rich for my blood.
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Emily Erekuff, Home Owner, Menifee, CA
Mon Feb 2, 2009
Hi Vickie,

The answers below are correct regarding our guidelines. Listing advertisement are not permitted in the Q&A section of Trulia Voices, however you can blog about your home being for sale. Please remove this post and access the link below if you'd like to create a blog with this information. Blogging on Trulia is extremely simple and you can easily format the text the way you like and add photos as well.

Thank you,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Keith Sorem, Agent, Glendale, CA
Sun Feb 1, 2009
Viclkie
Sorry to say that you post does not conform to community guidelines. Nor will it sell your home.
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Emily Erekuff, Home Owner, Menifee, CA
Tue Feb 10, 2009
Hi Vickie,

It's been a week since we asked you to remove this post, so we're going to go ahead and do so for you. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Kevin Pellat…, Agent, Franklin, TN
Sat Feb 7, 2009
Vickie have you found an agent to interview and help with your home sale?
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Dena Parker…, , Tennessee
Thu Feb 5, 2009
Hi Vickie,

As you're thinking about putting your house on the market, you want to take some pre-listing steps to make your home look its absolute best for potential buyers, especially in the current market. It has to stand out from all the rest and literally be the best home in a price range...and priced better than the rest. Some of the things you can do as you prepare to list it are included here.
You can do yard maintenance (yes, even in winter...dead leaves, fresh mulch, etc.). Fix any rotted wood around the house and repaint the repaired area. if your front door doesn't look crisp and new - repaint that area around it, including the door. If your interior has not been painted in awhile, you may want to repaint with neutral colors. That is not to say it has to be builder grade yellow. It needs to have some depth to it - like a light but warm beige/tan color. Then put a few small bursts of color in the rooms. A couple of red pillows and drapes in a completely neutral room will make it pop. If you have a lot of stuff...start packing it up and put it in storage. You don't want an empty house, but you want it to feel larger than it is. Keep only the furniture that accentuates the feature of every room (fireplace in family room, bed in bedroom, etc.) and arrange furniture so that the feature really is the first thing you notice when you walk in the room. Fix anything that you know needs fixing. Walk around the house with a keen eye to spot and correct anything that looks like an issue - nail pops, small holes in the wall from pictures, anything at all like that. There are a ton of more things that can be done to help your home stand out, but I usually recommend the rest after seeing the individual home for specific recommendations.

An agent can give you data on price points for your home and can put a solid marketing plan together for your home to get you the best and most exposure possible. That's what we do best! (Hopefully) And you have to have a killer marketing plan to get attention to your house right now. Hope that helps!
Web Reference:  http://homenashvilletn.com
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Tina Evans, Agent, Cookeville, TN
Mon Feb 2, 2009
Vickie: feel free to contact me via my web if you would like professional assistance to sell your home in Mt. Juliet. I service the Wilson county area.
Tina Evans, Broker
Web Reference:  http://tinaevans.net
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