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Today’s Sellers are putting their homes on the market for a myriad of reasons.  But whether you WANT to sell or you HAVE to sell, knowing what works in today’s real estate environment and resolving to put the tips and advice of the past to rest, will help you sell your home quickly and for top dollar.  The articles below are specifically designed to help home sellers through each step of the selling process.  Some of the articles have infographics included that can be saved as a resource during your home selling process.  If you have questions about any of these articles or resources, please feel free to Contact us directly. 

Articles and Resources for Home Sellers

Tips To Prepare Your Rancho Cucamonga Home For Fall

Leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping.  That means that now is the time to start doing Preventative Maintenance on your Rancho Cucamonga home. Remember, an ounce of prevention saves a pound of cure.Check out these fall maintenance tips to get your Rancho Cucamonga home ready for the cooler temperatures. Get Your Heating System Serviced.  Have a qualified HVAC (Heating …

Pricing Your Rancho Cucamonga Home

While a Realtor® can provide you with listings and sales of comparable homes in Rancho Cucamonga and current information on trends in the surrounding Inland Empire market, the final decision on the value of your Rancho Cucamonga home is up to the Buyer. Your pricing strategy will certainly affect the sale of your home, and will be different in every circumstance. Here …

Go Green With LEDs

Rancho Cucamonga Go Green With LEDs

A lot of homeowners don’t realize how progress in LED lighting has made them more affordable, useful, and efficient than regular light bulbs.  Advancements in LED lighting has completely changed the definition of the term Going Green with energy-efficient lighting. When they were originally developed, LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) were solid bulbs limited to single-bulb use. Gradually lighting manufacturers began to cluster these bulbs to create more powerful light sources for …

Don’t Look Where You Fell, Look Where You Slipped

There’s an old African proverb – “Don’t look where you fell, look where you slipped.” that reminds me as a Realtor to be proactive – Handle an issue before it becomes a problem.    The difference between a good Realtor and a great Realtor is how they handle things – being proactive before potential issues become problems!  Proactive Realtors constantly make alterations to their practice and are able to foresee …

First Impressions

Don’t Let Them Down At The Front Door

So you’ve decided to sell. You certainly want to make a great first impression on potential buyers. You never get a 2nd chance to make a 1st impression. A Buyer finds your house on the Internet and calls their Realtor to schedule a closer look. As they walk up to your front door what impression does your front porch give …

Should You Continue Showing Your Home If You Have An Offer?

Should You Continue Showing Your Home If You Have An Offer?  ♪♫•*¨*•.¸SOLD¸.•*¨*•♫♪ You’ve got a good offer from a motivated Buyer on your Rancho Cucamonga house.  From all indications it looks like the Buyer is going to close. But there are a lot of things that can and sometimes do go wrong.  Remember the saying, ‘It’s Ain’t Over ’til The …

Prop 60 & 90 Now Available in Riverside County CA!

Proposition 90 is a 22-year-old initiative that enables homeowners 55 years or older to transfer the base year value of their principal residence in one county to a newly purchased residence in another county provided that certain requirements are met. To qualify for the program, applicants and properties must meet certain requirements per the California Board of Equalization.  Ryan has …