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Home Selling in Zionsville : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jan 18, 2015
Jeremy Page answered:
I'm not sure how you can do it if you are trying to sell it by yourself. If you are working with a REALTOR they should be able to get it up on the site for you. I know that I have all of my listings enhanced on Trulia but it isn't free for me to do it. If you would like some help with selling your house please let me know. I can be reached via call/text at 317-413-5311 or email at jpage@callcarpenter.com. ... more
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Tue Jun 17, 2008
Jim Johnson answered:
When done for the sake of resale, improvements should be considered only if they are necessary to bring a property up to the competitive standard for the area or to replace badly worn or damaged features. They add far less value than the cost.

Improvements for the sake of personal enjoyment are another matter--as long as you remember the caveat about added value.
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Thu Mar 6, 2014
Eric Karrfalt answered:
I would say to finish the basement. It adds usable sq/ft to the home. In the million dollar range, in Zionsville, you will have some resale competition and will need all the finished sq/ft you can get. Decks are nice butI 'm afraid if you went that route, you would always end up with the resale objection of not having the basement finished. In the 1 mil range in Zionsville, I think a finished basement would be expected. Lots of nice model homes in Stonegate with 5000-8000 sq/ft plus finished basements/theators/wet bars, etc. in this price range that would compete against you. ... more
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