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Donny Coram - Integrity Team
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What Are Your Non-Negotiables in a Home

When you're getting ready to buy a new house, don't overlook your own needs. You want to make sure that your next home not only makes you and your family happy, but that it covers all of your absolute, non-negotiable needs as well. Yes, bedroom and bathroom count are important, but you also need to weigh things like nearby amenities, your commute, and nearby school districts for your kids. For more information about the things you'll need to consider before buying a home, watch this short video. -
http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2017/03/what-are-your-non-negotiables-in-home.html
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I hear it all the time: “My Zestimate says that my property is worth this much.” But are Zestimates really an accurate tool for determining the value of your home? A Zestimate uses an algorithm that takes comparable sales in your neighborhood and square footage into account to come up with a value for your property; however, determining a property’s value is just not that simple. The only way to find out your property’s true value is to speak with a licensed professional who will do an equity evaluation on your home.To find out more about the pitfalls of the Zestimate, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2017/02/how-accurate-are-zestimates.html
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We certainly recommend having an open house on your property when you want to sell. Our open houses aren't like other open houses, though, where you stick a few signs around the neighborhood and open the house for a couple hours. Instead, we begin the night before with more than 100 directional signs leading to your home, and promote the event on Facebook. We also maximize foot traffic by totaling 16 hours of open house time to get you more offers and more money. To learn more about our open house system and the results they get, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2017/02/why-our-open-houses-are-so-effective.html
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As a real estate professional, negotiation is a significant aspect of my job. However, many people incorrectly think that price is the only thing that can be negotiated in a real estate deal. While price is certainly a big part of the negotiation, it is by no means the only thing I can negotiate to make the deal work out better for you. Other items, like move out date and closing costs, can also be negotiable in certain market conditions. To find out more about what can be negotiated in a real estate deal, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2017/01/you-can-negotiate-more-than-you-think.html
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As a real estate professional, people often ask me what the pitfalls are of pricing a home incorrectly when selling. Since pricing your home is not an exact science, it's importance to know exactly what's going on in the local marketplace at the current time to assign the proper value. For instance, if the market is declining, you actually want to price your home slightly below the price you expect to receive. For more information on the importance of pricing your home correctly based on market conditions, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-pitfalls-of-pricing-too-high-or-too.html
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Selling your home on your own can be tough. Most FSBO (For Sale By Owner) homes are vulnerable to litigation. By not having proper contracts or negotiations, you may leave yourself exposed to long-term liability issues. We are happy to say that we’ve been able to work with many of these buyers to sell their homes quicker and for more money than they thought possible. To find out how we are able to do this, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2016/12/why-selling-fsbo-isnt-great-idea.html
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The final walkthrough is a crucial part of the closing process. Days or hours before you close on your home, we will walk through the property to make sure it’s in working condition. We recommend using a checklist during your walkthrough in order to verify that everything is as it should be. The final walkthrough is especially important if the property you are buying is vacant. To learn more about this part of the closing process, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2016/11/why-is-final-walkthrough-so-important.html
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When you’re out looking to buy a home, there are a lot of different avenues to discover. One of those is foreclosed homes. These are homes that are bank-owned and that the bank will get rid of for a reduced amount. A cheap home is great, but you need to make sure you know what you’re getting into before you decide to go through with the purchase. That’s where a professional like myself comes in. To find out what I can do to help make your purchase of a foreclosure simple, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2016/10/colorado-springs-real-estate-agent-how.html
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Is It Smarter to Rent or Buy a Home in Colorado Springs?

As an agent, I'm always asked if renting or buying a home is a better idea. You might think my obvious go-to answer would be to buy a home, but that's just not always the case. You have to consider market conditions and your own personal preferences as well. In peaking markets like Denver, renting is actually a better financial move in the long run. To find out how these conditions affect Colorado Springs, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2016/07/colorado-springs-real-estate-agent-rent.html
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What Happens After the Home Inspection?

I'm frequently asked what happens after a home inspection is completed. When it's done, an inspection resolution is delivered. This document shows issues that come up during the inspection. The seller can opt to fix or not fix these issues, which is where the process can get complicated. To learn about the full process, watch this short video. - http://searchspringshomes.blogspot.com/2016/06/colorado-springs-real-estate-after-home.html
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