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Are There House Selling Shortcuts That Actually Work?

by Kari Trail Butz 03/23/2020

The home selling journey sometimes is filled with hurdles that make it tough for an individual to optimize his or her property sale earnings. Fortunately, there are several shortcuts that a home seller can take to boost the likelihood of enjoying a profitable property selling experience. These shortcuts include:

1. Hire a Home Cleaning Company

A home cleaning company can help you transform your house's interior from drab to fab. That way, this company can help you clean your home from top to bottom and ensure buyers can fall in love with your residence as soon as they walk through the front door.

Of course, not all home cleaning companies are created equal, so you'll want to research local options. If you allocate time and resources to assess the home cleaning companies in your area, you can find a business that provides quality services at a budget-friendly price.

2. Employ a Professional Landscaper

If your lawn is filled with high grass and weeds, it may be tough to alleviate these issues on your own. Thankfully, professional landscapers are available in cities and towns nationwide. With a professional landscaper at your side, you can get the help you need to bolster your house's curb appeal.

Remember, your home only gets one chance to make a positive first impression on prospective buyers. If you hire a professional landscaper to mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks, you can quickly and effortlessly improve your residence's curb appeal. And as a result, your home will make a distinct impression on prospective buyers, which may lead to a fast, profitable home sale down the line.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of selling a home and is happy to share his or her housing market expertise with you. By doing so, a real estate agent will help you enjoy a seamless property selling experience.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about you and your home selling goals and craft a personalized property selling strategy for you. A real estate agent next will promote your residence to buyers, along with host home showings and open house events. Then, if a buyer submits an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent will help you analyze this proposal and determine how to proceed.

Let's not forget about the comprehensive support that a real estate agent provides throughout the home selling journey, either. If you ever have concerns at any point during the home selling journey, a real estate agent is available to respond to them. He or she will help you make informed home selling decisions, and ultimately, achieve your desired results.

For home sellers who want to remove the guesswork commonly associated with the property selling journey, there is no need to worry. By using the aforementioned shortcuts, a home seller can streamline the process of selling his or her house.

About the Author
Author

Kari Trail Butz

Licensed Realtor (14 years experience)

Specialties: Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Relocation, Licensed Realtor

As a consumer, you are entitled to all available resources for your real estate needs, and I am here to help. I not only want to deliver the BEST Real Estate Service experience, you should EXPECT it.

I am a  trained, licensed professional Real Estate Agent that is dedicated to assisting you with all aspects of your real estate needs. I can help you whether you are:

* Just getting your feet wet and only want some questions answered
* Establishing your home's value
* Ready to Sell/List your home
* Relocating
* Just starting to look for a new home
* Ready to purchase a new home
* Securing financing
* And much more

 Member Of:
* The National Association of Realtors
* The Michigan Association of Realtors
* North Oakland County Board Of Realtors
* REALCOMP MLS/RCO3

A Michigan Realtor with the Proven Experience, Knowledge and Commitment You need and expect in Today's Real Estate Market.

Below is just a partial List of the area's we serve..........

 

COMMUNITIES WE SERVE

Clarkston Michigan 48346/48348.....Clarkston is a small Village City located within the Charter Township of Independence, Oakland County Michigan. Clarkston Real Estate has consistently maintained it's desirability not only because of the beauty of the area but because of it's close proximity to 1-75 and easy access to the greater Detroit Metro area.

Independence Township has an excellent location with  I-75 intersecting the township twice - M-15 and again at Sashabaw. It is the fourth largest township in Oakland County with a population of approximately 32,000 residents. Independence Township can be characterized as a growing residential community. Shopping centers and professional services have sprung up along the main thoroughfares to provide all local conveniences. Listed in the Michigan National Features Inventory are the Extant buildings of the old Henry Ford farm used for testing tractors. Independence Oaks County Park, DTE outdoor music theatre, the Pine Knob ski area and an extensive public recreation program provide recreational opportunities. Great Lake Crossings Shopping Mall is located right down the road at I-75 and Baldwin.

Clarkston has a downtown business district which has been designated a National Historical Site. The charm of the downtown conveys a nostalgia and picturesque setting that everyone enjoys. With numerous homes on the historical register, the City of the Village of Clarkston is a lively small town surrounded by a rapidly growing area….Clarkston Michigan has it all, a modern lifestyle with home town charm.

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Davisburg Michigan/Springfield Twp  48350......Springfield Township in Oakland County Michigan was named for the numerous springs in the area and contains the headwaters of the Huron, Shiawassee, Clinton and Flint Rivers. 

Located in Northwest Oakland County, Springfield Township is a community that takes pride in its abundant natural resources and small-town charm. This 37 square-mile community is centrally located within 20 minutes of both Flint and Pontiac, two I-75 interchanges provide easy access from Springfield to the major centers of Michigan.

Several Community parks, Springfield Oaks County Park and Indian Springs Metropark provide recreational swimming, hiking, golfing, biking and horseback riding. In the heart of Springfield is the little Town of Davisburg Michigan. Serving as Springfield’s downtown district, Davisburg MI is home to the Township Hall, charming shops and services.

Springfield Township and Big Lake have remained one of Oakland County’s little secrets!

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Springfield Township, like much of the surrounding area, has lakes and rivers trailing through it. Summer cottages and homes were built on the edges of these lakes and rivers, adding some late Victorian architecture to the mix of earlier Greek, Gothic, and Italian Revival style buildings. Even so, for a very long time, Springfield remained mostly a farming area, with large tracts of arable land, and old farmhouses dotted in the fields.

Springfield Township is a treasure waiting to be discovered! For those looking for beauty, tranquility and affordability, you can’t go wrong with Springfield Township.

North Oakland County is filled with activities. Come and enjoy sports at the Palace of Auburn Hills or if you like to ski or take in a concert, try DTE Music Theatre, just a stone’s throw from Springfield Township. Located just a few minutes away is Michigan's largest mall — Great Lakes Crossings or wile away an afternoon at Canterbury Village where it's always Christmas.
 

Ortonville Michigan 48462........Ortonville, a northern rural village in Oakland County, was founded in 1848 by Amos Orton, who built a dam across Kearsley Creek to furnish water power for his sawmill. The town was platted in 1866 and incorporated as a village in 1902. It is located about halfway between Pontiac and Flint.

Today the Village strives to maintain its historic charm while adjusting to the pressures of modern day development. It still serves as the commercial center for Brandon Township and a portion of Groveland Township. A short walk down the streets of the Village will give you an idea of what the Village used to look like. Included among our historic buildings are the "Old Town Hall" where a variety of community meetings still take place, a jewelry store that served as the community's drug store for over fifty years, an insurance business housed in a building that held the first post office and the first telephone exchange in the Village, and of course, Amos Orton's Grist Mill.

According to the census of 2010 the population of the village of Ortonville is 1,422. The population of Brandon Township is 15,175, and nearby Groveland Township is 5,476.

Surrounding towns include Goodrich to the north, Oxford to the east, Clarkston to the south, and Holly to the west.

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Groveland Township

Holly/Holly Township

Lake Orion Michigan.......The Village of Lake Orion was developed in the early 1900's as a summer resort with cottages clustered around the lake. Over time, these small summer dwellings were enlarged and converted to year-round homes. As interest in waterfront property grows, it is not uncommon for smaller lakefront homes to be bought and torn down for the construction of larger, more expensive housing. The commercial area and downtown are situated along M-24, the major north-south highway connecting Pontiac with Lapeer.lake orion michigan real estate lake orion michigan homes for sale lake orion mi real estate lake orion mi homes for sale

The Lake Orion, Orion Twp area really has it all..........Highly rated Schools, location, location, location, Parks, Lakes, easy access to I-75, minutes away from country roads, all the big city conveniences........... and the list goes on and on.
Give us a call, we'll give you a tour!!!

Oxford Michigan

Fenton Michigan

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Lake Fenton is an 845 acre All Sports Lake in the unincorporated community of Lake Fenton in the Chartered Township of Fenton, Genesee County Michigan.  Fenton Township boasts many beautiful lakes, Loon Lake, Lake Ponemah, Silver Lake, just to name a few.  All Sports Lake Fenton is located between Torrey and Fenton Roads, north of S Long Lake Road and south of Wiggins Road.  Fishing, Boating, Swimming.......... Fenton area Lakes have it all!!! Find the Best in Lakefront Living......Call Kari @ 248-459-9789 or Jen @ 248-212-2454 for a complete list of available Fenton area Lakefront Homes for sale.

Silver Lake in Fenton, Genesee County Michigan is a 310 acre All Sports Lake with 14 acres of Islands.  Silver Lake Ski Club holds performances on Tuesday's @7pm during the summer months.
Ponemah is a 370 acre All Sports Lake also located in Genesee County Michigan.

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Oakland, Genesee, Lapeer and Macomb Counties..........