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Determining the list price of your home in the Austin area is a delicate balance that involves taking into account a variety of factors. The perfect balance can be achieved by considering the following:

  1. Comparable Sales: Researching recent sales of similar homes in the area (comparable sales) can provide a good starting point for determining the list price. This will give you an idea of what similar homes in the area are selling for and can help you set a realistic price for your own home.
  2. Home Condition: The condition of your home is also an important factor to consider when determining the list price. A well-maintained, move-in-ready home will generally command a higher price than a home that needs repairs or updates.
  3. Market…

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Home values are tricky at this time of the year. 2020 is going to be challenging to both buyers and sellers with a low number of homes for sale and prices going up. If you are planning to buy or sell a home in particular at this time of year you deserve to have an expert Broker helping you and here’s why.

If you are selling a home, you’re at risk of pricing your home too low. Particularly if you sell your home off market. Although our market is not as seasonal as you might expect for certain floor plans that may not sell very often there may be much more demand than supply that has built up a backlog of buyers over the winter. It is important to work with a Broker that won’t just price your home based on what sold almost a year ago. You…

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Homeowners often ask our opinion about home improvements they are planning to make and if they will increase the value of their home. Before I consider any home improvements at my own home I like to step back and think about them at a higher level and here is the thought process I go through before I get in my car and head to Home Depot.

Will It Solve My Problem?

Especially before starting a large project I ask myself if it will solve my problem.

The best example of a mistake I have seen is a homeowner who was told by a different Realtor his house isn’t worth as much as another home because the master bedroom was upstairs. Based on this information the homeowner spent $90,000 to add a 2nd master bedroom downstairs. In the end the…

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