Tuesday, March 19, 2019
You want to sell your home quickly and for the best possible price, right? What’s the secret to achieving this goal? There are several. Use these do’s and don’ts to guide your home sale process.
What to Do
Get out of Dodge: When potential buyers view your home, they want to see your property, not you. Always leave the premises. The buyers will feel more comfortable and are likely to spend more time looking at your home and fully considering it if you are not there.
Put out the welcome mat: Go the extra mile to make your home show well. Declutter. Clean. Turn on all lights and open all window treatments before showings to create a bright, airy atmosphere.
Partner with a pro: A real estate agent knows what works best in your market. He or she can provide invaluable input to make your home stand out among the competition.
What Not to Do
Take it personally: A home filled with personalized décor can turn buyers off. Neutralize your home to make it appealing to the maximum number of buyers. This might mean removing family photos or repainting your bright orange bathroom.
Crowd the skeletons: When you declutter your home, don’t simply throw everything in the closets. Your storage spaces need to look large, useful, and inviting.
Overinflate: While you want to get the biggest bang for your buck, overpricing your home only delays your sale. Consult with a real estate agent who can help you determine the right price for your home based on features, location, and current market trends.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Many people have questions about how the current Hilliard City School district come to the form it is in now. The illustration below may answer a lot of those question. If you have suggestions for anything that should be added, please message me.
A few points not on the timeline:
- 4/5 of the land in the School district is not part of the City of Hilliard.
- The District is currently the 8th largest in the state of Ohio
- Almost 2/3's of the land in the district is not yet developed
re: Scioto Darby Local Schools, Norwich Township Schools, Brown Township School District
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Funds are now available!
- Homebuyers may be eligible to receive up to $5,000 based on documented need.
- Funds will be made available on March 4, 2019 and are available on a first come, first served basis..
- Funds are available for home buyers to purchase a primary residence only.
- Funds may be used only to help households whose incomes are at or below 80% of Mortgage Revenue Bond (MRB) income limits, as adopted by state housing finance agency, adjusted for family size.
- Homebuyers must contribute at least $500 of their own funds towards the down payment and closing costs.
- A homebuyer counseling program must be completed.
- Funds can be used towards new home construction.
- Funds may be used towards traditional mortgage or government loan such as VA, USDA or FHA.
- Honorably discharged veterans and active duty military homebuyers may receive Welcome Home grants up to $7,500*.
Thursday, February 28, 2019
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