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Low-ball Offer

Low-ball Offer “Low-ball offer” can be a divisive term and it’s a common one too. How a “low-ball offer” is considered depends greatly on whether you’re on the selling or buying side, an agent or an owner. While some offers may be...

Tenant Snow Removal

Tenant Snow Removal While a tenant may be responsible for shoveling as part of your lease or rental agreement with them, it will still be your obligation as owner to make sure that all snow removal is being completed in accordance with the city ordinance. If it...

Heat in Winter

Heat in Winter If you own a vacant property, remember to take steps in winter to maintain heat in the house or winterize the house prior to temperatures falling below freezing. If you’re moving out of a house over some period of days or weeks, remember to...

Money At Closing

Sellers typically have two choices on how to receive their money at closing: title company check or wire transfer. Even if a buyer is paying cash, the title company performing the closing won’t have a bag of money at the table. A title company check works much...

Price Reduction Vs. Re-list at a New Price

Most data suggests that if a house is not selling it’s because it’s priced too high. Certainly a price decrease usually makes the house affordable to more buyers. Whether you’re buying or selling, be aware that there are several strategies that may...