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March 2019

Found 4 blog entries for March 2019.

5 Ways To Market Your HomeWhen selling a home, all homeowners want to make sure their home is reaching a wide audience because the more people who see it’s for sale, the higher the odds of reaching interested buyers. In addition to staging a home to sell, most buyers are unaware of the other ways that a home can be marketed. In reality, there are quite a few different ways homeowners can help market their own home in addition to what the real estate agent is doing.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Keep the For Sale Sign Visible

This one may seem like a no-brainer, but sometimes the simplest things are some of the most effective. Sometimes homeowners try to

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All About Credit Score and Getting a MortgageA person's credit score can have a big impact on their ability to buy a home. Understanding credit and how it affects the home buying process can help a person who wants to buy a home. If you're thinking about buying a new construction home or a pre-owned home soon, here's what you need to know about your credit score.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed mortgage professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

What Is Your Credit Score?

A credit score is a score that falls between 300 and 850. This score is a measure of a person's bill payment history and relative ability to pay bills. Bills paid on time make the credit score go up, while bills paid late can make a credit score go down. There

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Steps to Remediate Unpermitted WorkUnpermitted work in homes often goes unnoticed by everyone from the home inspector to the original seller. This is because unpermitted work can be one of the messier topics of home improvement. Different neighborhoods have different priorities, and few homeowners (or even home inspectors) have the time or the wherewithal to parse through numerous building codes. Unpermitted work often happens as an innocent do-it-yourself project, when the owner doesn't know they need a permit.

However, homeowners who do turn a blind eye to the quality of previous renovations can find themselves in trouble if the wrong person discovers the flaws. Bad or unpermitted renovations can include a renovation of a kitchen, bathroom or an addition to the home. Find out

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Home Improvements that Decrease Your Homes ValueIn general, home improvements will boost a home's value. However, some home improvements will not. If you're a homeowner who would like to bring up the sale price of your home by making home improvements and home upgrades, it's important to know which home improvements will help you accomplish your goal. Here's what you need to know.

Bedroom Conversion

Some new Lenexa homeowners dream about converting a spare bedroom into a hobby room. For example, some musicians want nothing more than to turn their spare bedroom into a recording studio or a place where they can practice their instrument. If doing this involves replacing normal walls with soundproofing, this could drag down the value of the home. Home buyers like extra bedrooms, and will

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