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8 Reasons Why Investing in House Painting Is a Great Idea : Our house is one of our most treasured possessions and we often do everything possible to make sure that we have a lovely and nice-looking house. Painting is a great way to change the appearance of your house or renovate it. Both the interior and exterior walls can be painted to get a new appearance. Investing in painting is always a great idea as there are several reasons, why you should. Some of the reasons are discussed below. Make your house attractive: When you paint with exquisite and rich colors, the house generally gets more attractive. Using good quality and trusted paint brand as well as reputable painters will go a long way to make your house attractive. Regular maintenance: When we treasure a thing, we tend to always want to take good care of it. This will make them last longer and make them to always be at their best. Painting is a great way to regularly maintain your house. After every renovation or when it is observed that the painting of a house is looking dirty or fading, painting will be required. Cleanliness: Living in a tidy house has a number of advantages as it gives a high level of pleasantness as well as gives a good and comfortable feeling. No matter how tidy your house is, a dirty looking wall or a wall with fading paint will deface the environment and make the house look unkempt. Painting your wall goes a long way to make your house look clean and tidy. Protection: A house is usually at risk from attacks by insect, weather and climatic conditions. These attacks have the ability to reduce the house quality by damaging the structure of the building. Paints serve as a very effective protection for the house from all of these attacks. The interior and exterior surfaces of your house will be protected when you paint regularly. Affordable: Painting is an investment that is very cheap. Despite its cheap nature however, it gives impressive returns. The small price you paid for painting will give the house a complete makeover. Enhance the ambience of a building: When a house is newly painted, the general house ambience changes significantly. The feeling of warmth and affection is spread all over the house. It further promotes hygiene and refreshes the air. Increase the value of your house: When a house is well furnished, the value of the house automatically increases, compared to the same house, without furnishing. This also applies to a house that is properly maintained. When you invest in painting, your house looks like new and, therefore, has a higher value, compared to an old looking house, due to the dirty or fading paints. Refresh your style house: You get a new feel and look for the interior and exterior parts of your home when you paint. The change in the aesthetics of your house gives a brand new feeling to your building. Over time, the wall color gets dirty or starts to fade and it becomes imperative for the wall to be repainted. This will enhance the general condition of your house. In conclusion, painting is a great investment as it goes a long way to make your house more attractive. Furthermore, your house will be more protected from damages, reducing how much you will spend on such damages when they arrive. They also help you stay and live in a clean environment. House painting is, therefore, a cheap investment, with great returns.

How To Sell Your House By Yourself: A Short Guide Selling your house is something youll have to do maybe just a few times in your life. And unless you know a local real estate agent who will sell your house for free or a hugely discounted commission... it can be a real pain in the rear and an expensive process for you as well. So... you landed on this page about How to sell your house by yourself because of a few reasons Im guessing... • You have no or very little equity in your house so you cant afford to pay a real estate agents commissions • You have equity but want to try to save money selling the house yourself before you resort to hiring an agent • Youre in foreclosure (or heading that way) and just need to sell fast without incurring thousands in agent commissions • You cant wait the months and months it sometimes takes to sell a house in your area, so you want to try to sell it more quickly Whatever one you land in... there are ways to sell your house yourself in your local real estate market. Since 2013, the housing sector has been experiencing a major recovery. Selling your house at this time will definitely be profitable if you do it right. In most cases, it is about using smart marketing strategies and being realistic about your expectations on what you want to achieve with this sale. This article will provide some guidelines to help you sell your house yourself. How To Sell Your House By Yourself - Lets Dive In Know The Real Estate Market Well The first and most important step is doing a market research on your neighborhood. This step involves visiting various home marketing sites (Zillow, Eppraisal, Redfin, etc), calling a real estate agent or two to see what your home is worth, or reading about the various market pricing techniques. Proper homework on these issues will allow you to come up with a right price for your house and also helps you to avoid making certain selling mistakes. If you dont want to hassle with trying to come up with a home value yourself... contact a local cash home buyer. Theyll be able to give you an honest fair valuation of what your house is worth in its current condition. And most cash homebuyers can make you a fair all-cash offer on your house within 24 hours, to give you that option of selling quickly (most cash homebuyers can close within 14 days). Assess the market This step is almost similar to conducting market research, only that in this case, you are bound to your neighborhood and similar houses. Are there lots of houses for sale in your neighborhood? If so, what is the average that they are listing for? Are there lots of foreclosures in your neighborhood? That may drag your house price down. Assess the house As a seller, your house should be in top condition or shape in order to sell at a good price. Identify certain unique characteristics about it and emphasize them during the marketing. For example, a house with garage parking may be more attractive to buyers compared with one with driveway parking. Also, does your house require repairs? Does it need to be repainted inside or out? How is the condition of the roof? Is the landscaping in good shape? Is the house outdated at all? (you know, those popcorn ceilings. All of these things can make the house more attractive or less attractive depending on the buyer... which changes the price theyre willing to pay. After all of this... come up with an asking price for your home that is fair... isnt so high itll take you 12 months to sell the house... but is attractive so you get a frenzy of buyers who are ready to buy it quickly. Use Photos or Videos Buyers are obsessed with media. Taking walk-through videos of the house and using the videos to advertise will enable you to reach a wider market. In fact, these videos are considered more transparent than taking photos. However, this should not stop you from using the latter option since it is more affordable compared to the video. So take some great pictures. Take a picture of every room in the house that helps show it off. Take a picture of the house from the outside in a few different angles... people want to see the house before they ever show up to see it. So having great pictures of your house online could be the difference between getting the right buyer quickly... and waiting months and months to sell. Get Your House Listed On The Local MLS And Market It You can find no or low fee real estate brokers these days who will charge you a few hundred bucks to put your house on the local MLS. This gets your house in front of all of the real estate agents quickly (so be prepared to pay those buyers agents a 2-3% buyers broker fee if you plan to have their support in helping you find a buyer. Place ads in the local newspaper, signs on the roads, and hold an open house. All Of This Sound Like A Lot Of Work To Sell Your House Yourself? It can be. And in the end, many homeowners think theyre saving money and time by marketing the house themselves... when in the end it costs them more money to go that route. When you sell your own house here are some things you need to consider... • If youre not a good marketer or arent ready to spend a bunch of time marketing your house right... selling it yourself may not be your best bet • If you dont do a good job preparing the house and the marketing materials... and working with buyers to really build the value of your house in their minds... you may actually sell the house for 3-8% less than you may get for the same house an experienced person marketed the house for you • Too many sellers never think about holding costs or opportunity costs... every month that your house doesnt sell means another mortgage payment, tax payment, insurance, utilities, etc. If your mortgage payment is $1,500/mo... and $1,300 of that is interest... if it takes you 7 months to sell your house... that cost you an extra $9,100 (not to mention taxes and insurance you paid during that time). So, if you were able to sell that house more quickly... would it make sense for you to provide a buyer a discounted price today so you can close quickly and move on? Something to think about. A local cash home buying company can give you a fast offer for a fair price.



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