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Curb Appeal in Ohio : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Nov 9, 2012
Rick Lemmons Coldwell Banker answered:
Of course there is a market for good homes priced right. They will sell in less than 30 days. An overpriced listing will sit on the market and lose value each day. The market has three types of buyers, serious,investor and players The Serious Buyers are looking for a good value. Investors are looking for a great deal. Players want to lowball every offer regardless of the value. Hope this helps. ... more
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Sun Sep 7, 2014
Janelle Wilton answered:
Curb appeal... in this market you are missing the boat if you don't have a home that presents its self well from the street. There are so many houses for buyers to choose from right now that if the exterior doesn't have an appealing "pow" to it, they will drive on to the next. If the exterior is unkept they take it as a sure sign the interior will be in the same condition and there goes the buyer! As far as getting more people through your opens... you would be amazed what people will do for a hot cup of coffee. Outside the home put some kind of signage that notes "hot coffee and pastries inside." You will get more traffic through! I actually have a portable espresso machine that I bring to my opens. A free cup of espresso does the trick every time! Buyers are more willing to look at something with less curb appeal with a little Starbucks enticement!!! ... more
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Tue May 6, 2008
Annalistic approach use your "Buyer Need Analysis"Subject
property needs comparson.
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