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Here’s an easy way to see how much you’d make if you put your house on Airbnb, check this out! This report breaks down the average monthly revenue you could make based on ***YOUR*** home's data. It takes into account your estimated property value and will even show you the average monthly rate based on the time of year. You can adjust these numbers depending on how basic or fancy your property is, and how many nights per month you would rent it out for. Just an example - but $116 per night for 8 nights a month will net you over $11,000 in revenue. Crazy! If you want to try this out for yourself, comment the word [TRIGGER] and I’ll send this report over to you for free.

When you sell your house, how much money do you ***REALLY*** make? Check this out! I have this report pulled up that shows you the net worth of your home to ***YOU***. If you sold your house today, this is approximately how much you’d put in your pocket. Of course, there are other fees like closing costs, but this will give you a good idea. It takes the estimated value of your home, how much you owe on your mortgage, and calculates how much your home is worth.

You hear all of these finance gurus talk about renting out properties. But what exactly does that mean for the average homeowner? Check this out. I have a report that shows you an estimate of your current equity in your home. This is the difference between your home’s current value and the amount left on your mortgage. Let’s say the net worth of your home to you is $300,000. You could take $225,000 of that money and use it as a 30% down payment on a $750,000 home.

Homeowners! There’s a way to access your home’s equity without needing to sell it - check this out. This is called cash-out refinancing. It's when you replace your current mortgage with a new one for more than you owe on your house. The difference is given to you in cash. But how does it work? Let's say your home is valued at $300,000, and you owe $200,000 on your mortgage. With a cash-out refinance, you might get a new mortgage for $250,000. You'll still owe $200,000 on your house, but you get $50,000 in cash. Remember, this increases your mortgage amount, so make sure the new loan terms and interest rates work for your financial situation. Cash-out refinancing can be a great tool, but it’s important to use it wisely. Interested in learning more? Drop a follow for more real estate tips like this.

These are the three most profitable improvements you can make to your home before you sell it in 2024; check this out… The first is the kitchen. If you have older appliances, consider switching to stainless steel. This includes the stove, the microwave, and the dishwasher. Most sales don’t include a fridge. Next is the door. Every potential buyer walks through that front door. Consider repainting the door if it’s in good shape. If it’s not in good shape, replace the whole thing. Last thing: floors. If your floors aren’t in great shape, buyers see that as a project with a big price tag. If you’ve got a lot of carpet in your home, consider replacing it with new flooring. It will more than pay for itself.

Here's a quick tip on how to stage your home to impress buyers in 2024; check this out… First, let's talk lighting. Bright, well-lit rooms feel more welcoming. Replace any dim bulbs and add lamps in darker corners. Natural light is your best friend – keep those curtains open! Next, focus on the living room. This is often the first room buyers see, so make it count. Rearrange furniture for an open feel and remove any bulky items. Add a few throw pillows for a touch of color and comfort. Last but not least: the bedroom. Aim for a hotel-like vibe. Neutral bedding, a couple of art pieces, and minimal personal items. Remember, decluttering is key. Less is more. Small changes can have a big impact on how buyers perceive your space. If you're curious about more staging secrets, comment the word [TRIGGER], and I'll send over a full list of easy staging tips to boost your home's appeal.

Thinking about buying a fixing upper? Here’s what you should know before making the purchase. First - the pros: You’re going to have a lower purchase price compared to the move-in ready homes. You’ll also have a ton of customization potential, and of course the potential for increased value. With the right renovations, you could significantly increase the home’s value. Now, the cons. Renovation costs can sometimes be high. Unexpected issues can pop up which add to the expense. Some lenders are hesitant to finance fixer-uppers, or you might even need a special type of loan to purchase the property. If you find videos like this helpful, be sure to drop a follow for more tips like this.

If you’re in the market to sell your home, you should know that the amount you make on the sale could depend on what time of year it is. Let me explain. Spring usually brings a surge of buyers, which is ideal for higher offers and faster sales. In the fall, there are typically fewer listings which bring less competition, which attracts more serious buyers. You should avoid winter sales if possible - it’s usually slower due to colder weather and the holidays. Now that being said, your local markets trends are super important and might be slightly different than what I just explained. That’s why consulting with a real estate expert is so important - we can pinpoint the best time to sell in your market. So if you’re in the [X MARKET] be sure to drop a follow because I’ll be sharing more tips like this.

Thinking about selling your home? Here’s a cool tip: Staging and great photos can seriously up your sale price. Let me explain how. Staging means setting up your home to look its best. Think tidy, stylish, and welcoming – like a home in a magazine. When your place looks inviting, buyers can picture living there. It’s all about making them feel at home right away. Now, add professional photos to the mix. These aren’t just any pics. They show your staged home in the perfect light. Together, staging and awesome photos create a winning combo. They make your listing pop online, where most buyers start looking. The result? Houses that are staged and well-photographed often sell faster and sometimes even for more than the asking price. In the [X MARKET]? Trust me, this combo works wonders. For more cool selling tips, be sure to drop a follow.

Selling your house? Here are 3 things you should know about home inspections – and how to get ready for them to make a great impression! First thing: Fix the small stuff. Leaky faucets, loose handles, burnt-out light bulbs? These little fixes can make a big difference. Second thing: Clean up! A tidy house looks well-cared-for. It gives inspectors and buyers a good vibe about your home. Third: Get ahead of the game: Consider a pre-inspection. It can find problems you can fix before buyers even step in. You’ll want to organize your paperwork. Receipts for repairs, warranties, any home maintenance records – make sure you have them ready. And, also be honest about any issues. Transparency builds trust and can smooth the negotiation process. Around [X MARKET]? Remember, a smooth inspection can mean a faster sale. Follow for more insights on getting your home sold!

If you want to sell your home FAST and for TOP DOLLAR, here’s what you should know about how buyers act. There are 3 things that work really well in the selling process. The first is color psychology - paint your living room in soft blues and greens to create a sense of calm and safety, making potential buyers feel at home. The second is the power of scent - before showings, I’ve seen people bake cookies or brew coffee. These familiar scents create a comforting, homey atmosphere. The third is lighting - bright, airy spaces are inviting. So open your curtains and let natural light flood in during showings. If you want more quick real estate tips like this - drop a follow for more.

If you’re thinking of selling your home, trust me, you should consider working with an agent before it becomes a headache. Here’s how we can help. First, we know the {CITY] market trends. We can help you price your home correctly to attract serious buyers very quickly. Also, negotiating gets tricky very quickly. As an expert, I have the skills to deal with offers and counter offers to make sure you get the best price for your home. And when it comes to offers, paperwork gets overwhelming. I handle contracts, disclosures, and all the details to keep the sale on track. So, if you’re considering a move, comment [X], and I’ll send you my seller guide totally free. **NOTE: the trigger only works if you have provided our team with a PDF for a seller's guide.**

Want to sell your home but concerned about your tenants? Here are some simple tips to make things go smoothly. First - talk to your tenants about the sale and when people will come to see it. Trust me - this communication up-front will make the entire process a lot easier. Make sure you also know the rules about tenant rights. Always give enough notice before you show the home. These are different from state to state and change pretty often, so it’s important to consult with a real estate professional. The last thing - consider selling to someone who likes the idea of keeping tenants. In my experience, this makes the sale go faster. Want more tips like this? Drop a follow for more.

Selling your home? Avoid these common mistakes to ensure a smooth transaction and a top-dollar sale. First, don’t overprice. Homes priced too high can linger on the market, becoming less attractive over time.   Skipping marketing is another big no-no. High-quality photos and online exposure are crucial - and as an agent, I invest in social media ads to promote your property to the most high-quality buyers. Don't forget about repairs - ditching repairs can lead to lower offers. Fix the small issues before listing. ​ If you're thinking about selling in [X CITY], be sure to drop a follow for more tips like this.

If you’re planning to sell your home in the near future, here are my 3 best tips for running an open house. First - timing is everything. Weekends, especially Sundays, are prime time. You want to plan your open house when most people are available. Second, you want to declutter each room. You want these potential buyers to envision themselves living there. Third, printed handouts help a ton - have something like a home summary, recent upgrades, and nearby amenities in a helpful handout. For more insider tips on selling your home be sure to drop a follow.

Buyer Leads Videos 💰

There’s so much information out there about buying a house, and most people miss this very important first step. This is the pre approval process. Here’s how this works and why it’s important. This process gives you a clearer idea of your budget and gives the lender a clearer idea of how much they are willing to lend you for a mortgage. You submit your financial info to this lender, things like proof of income, your credit history, and a calculation called the Debt to Income ratio (more on that in a future video). Once that info is reviewed, the lender comes back and provides you a specific amount they’re willing to lend you. This number essentially guides your home search because now we know what price range we’re working with. If you want weekly real estate tips like this, drop a follow for more.

If you’re in the market to buy a home, this is one of the most important things when it comes to getting pre-approved for a mortgage. It’s the debt-to-income ratio - here’s how it works. Lenders calculate this by dividing your total monthly debt payments by your gross monthly income. So if you have a $400 car payment, a $400 student loan payment, and $1200 rent, and you make $4,500 per month, your DTI is 44%. That’s $2000 divided by $4500. If your income grows or your debt obligations decrease, the DTI shrinks. This is preferable to lenders. Generally, a DTI ratio of 43% is often considered the maximum for qualifying for a mortgage. If you’re not at that 43% or lower, don’t worry, drop me a follow for tips and tricks on the home buying process.

There was huge news in real estate on March 16 that will completely shake up the buying and selling experience. Here’s what you need to know and how it affects you. The National Association of Realtors has agreed to change how agent commissions work. This is important because it could lower costs for both buyers and sellers. Traditionally, when you sell a home, part of your closing costs includes paying commissions for both your agent and the buyer’s agent. This is typically 5% to 6% of your home’s sale price. But starting mid-July, when this case is likely ratified, sellers won’t be required to offer upfront commissions to the buyer’s agent. This could mean more room for negotiation and potentially lower overall commission rates. What does this mean for sellers? It could reduce the cost of selling their homes and give them more control over how they compensate agents. And for buyers, this change means you might negotiate your agent’s commission directly. It adds a bit more responsibility but also empowers you to discuss fees openly with your agent. As a real estate agent, I’m here to help navigate these changes. Whether you’re buying or selling, understanding how these new rules impact you is crucial. Drop a follow, and I’ll share more news about how it affects you as it’s released.

Thinking of buying a home but worried about high interest rates? Here’s why it can still be a smart move.   Remember, real estate is a long-term investment. Even with higher rates, property values generally increase over time. Renting can often be more expensive monthly than buying, especially in high-demand areas. Buying now means building equity. As you pay down your mortgage, the amount you have vested in your home increases over time, and if you eventually decide to sell, you'll make more from that sale. High rates also mean less competition. You might find your dream home with fewer bidding wars. ​ But when interest rates drop, there will be a TON of pent-up demand, and finding your dream home may be a lot harder. For more reasons why buying makes sense, even now, make sure to drop a follow.

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