What Not To Do When Putting An Offer On A Home

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I’ve never met anyone who enjoys paying more than what they should have for something, and that’s particularly true when it comes to very large purchases like a house or car. So does that mean that, when you’re making an offer on a house, it’s worth trying to put in an extremely low offer to...

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How To Find A Good Estate Agent (As A Seller)

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Just over one year ago, we published this post on finding a good estate agent. However, during a routine review of previous posts, it occurred to us that most of the advice in that article is directed at buyers and not sellers. Some of the content from our first post still applies here – look...

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7 Habits Of Highly Effective Landlords

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Ever heard of the book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People? Written almost 20 years ago, it’s one that’s still pretty much required reading for anyone who’s in business or wants to get better at setting and reaching goals. But here’s the really strange thing: a lot of the information in the book actually translates...

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How To Write The Perfect Property Ad: Part Two

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Last week I looked at the structure and composition of writing the perfect real estate ad, touching on the importance of setting a realistic price and taking great pictures (lots of them!). But you need to know more than just what a property ad should look like before you can start writing them – you...

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How To Write The Perfect Property Ad: Part One

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On this blog I’ve previously written about phrases to avoid when selling (or buying) a home, but we’ve never necessarily covered all of the things that you should include in property ads. With that in mind, I decided it was high time to create a two part—the second part will be coming next week—post on...

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