Thursday, December 13, 2018 / by Tina Suttle
Buy or Sell First?
The classic dilemma for many homeowners is whether to buy or sell first. There is no “right” answer. It depends on your specific circumstances as well as current market conditions.
"It depends on your specific circumstances as well as current market conditions."
Most homeowners believe that it's more prudent and less stressful if you sell your existing home before you buy a new one. You can often get top dollar for your home if you are not under pressure to sell. And you're in a better position to negotiate when buying a home. If you have to make an offer contingent on the sale of your home, you often lose negotiating leverage.
The risk of selling first is that you'll be under pressure to buy a new home before closing. In a competitive real estate market, the period between going under contract and closing may not be a realistic timeframe for you to find your dream home.
If you currently own a ...
Thursday, December 06, 2018 / by Tina Suttle
We couldn't have asked for better weather! EXIT Real Estate Solutions recently participated in the Hendersonville Christmas parade December 2, 2018. What a great day!
Our theme this year was Run Run Rudolph. Here's our narrative: EXIT Real Estate Solutions presents - Silver and Gold, Silver and Gold. We are the Real Estate Agents that Rudolph recommends to help turn your Silver and Gold into SOLD! Like Rudolph, we let our lights shine to help our clients with all of their real estate needs. Call today and let us help you find your new home for the holidays!
Many thanks to Shelly Hudson, Tracey Cannon, Kelly Severt, Tonya Squires, Tina Redding, Shaun Smith and daughters Maggie and Shelby. A VERY special thanks to Shaun and Penny Andrews for pulling the float, Victor Furdui for driving our smart car, and Drew (Shelly's son) for playing Rudolph. We couldn't have done it without you!
Are you looking for A Home For The Holidays? Reach out to a member of our TEAM today! ...
Thursday, November 29, 2018 / by Tina Suttle
Home is a feeling. It wraps you in comfort, and fits you perfectly.
It’s a place filled with your story and the simple pleasures of life.
It’s where you feel most like yourself, spend your days and make your memories.
So when it’s time for you to choose your home, trust your most important decision
and investment to the experts at EXIT Realty. We are a people-oriented company of real estate professionals who know that your home is much more than simply a roof over your head. EXIT associates are among the most highly trained in the industry, with the experience, knowledge and resources to make your homeownership dreams a reality.
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Thursday, November 15, 2018 / by Tina Suttle
Buying a New Home: The First Steps
When you're thinking about buying a new home, the first steps in the process usually are:
Finding a neighborhood that's right for you
Considering how much money you would like to spend
Thinking about what type of home you would like
Deciding when you want to make your move
As a local real estate professional, we can help you along the way with all of these decisions, including finding the perfect neighborhood, establishing a realistic house budget, and finding you the perfect new home.
"...so you can feel confident that you're asking the right questions..."
We can send you information on a regular basis that will help you work through this process so you can feel confident that you're asking the right questions and taking all the steps you need to make your dream a reality.
Please don't hesitate to contact us directly if and when you have questions.
Tuesday, September 04, 2018 / by Tina Redding
Learn what the do's and don'ts for choosing the right contractor are.
Americans spend billions of dollars on construction and home remodeling each year. Many homeowners have discovered that improving their present residence with an updated kitchen, an additional bathroom, new windows, or a new roof can be a more prudent investment than purchasing a new residence. However, adding a room or updating a kitchen can cost more than a new car, and consumers should take some time and care in planning a costly home improvement project. Unfortunately, most consumers spend less time choosing a contractor than they do choosing a car.
Here is a checklist of important things to consider before starting any major construction project.
· Plan your project carefully.
· Shop around before hiring a contractor.
· Get at leas ...