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This listing recently sold for $1,800.

649 NEFF, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230  

Residential
$1,800
Price
$1,800
Sale Price
3
Bedrooms
1
Baths
Be the first to lease this newly renovated second floor flat close to Village, shopping, and restaurants! Custom kitchen with Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and one bath with private basement with brand new washer and dryer. Additional storage is available in 3rd floor attic! Lease amount includes snow removal and lawn care. Tenant is responsible for water, gas and electric. 1 1/2 months security deposit required at lease signing. $20 application fee for credit check. Landlord will consider a 1 year lease or longer.


22707 RIDGEWAY, St Clair Shores, MI 48080  

Multi-Family
$1,250
Price
3
Bedrooms
1
Baths
Wonderful opportunity to lease a completely remodeled 3 bedroom, 1 bath FIRST FLOOR unit with sitting/computer room. This flat has a new kitchen and bathroom. The living room has a fireplace and formal dining room. 1 car garage. Heat and water included. Landlord to take care of snow removal and yard maintenance. No Pets, No Smoking. $25.00 application fee. 1 1/2 months security deposit required.


In today’s world, everything is online. You probably have started your home search online as well. It’s plain fun to look at real estate. You can dream of living in a place you can’t afford. You might never see any of those listings that you’re browsing in person. Should you?


No matter when your home search may become a reality, there are a few benefits to seeing houses in person. 


You’ll See What Your Money Can Get You


What you want and what you can afford may be far apart. You won’t understand the reality of the housing market unless you see it firsthand. By looking at what’s available on the market at a given time, you will be able to see how much house your dollars will buy you. Knowing what you can afford will help you to keep your expectations in check when you do head out to search for a home. Looking at what homes are on the market can actually help you to help your real estate agent find you something that will suit your needs. There’s nothing worse than telling your agent that you want a home that’s impossible to find.


You’ll Meet Real Estate Agents


By going to open houses, you’ll be able to meet different real estate agents. Through this process, you could very well meet the agent who will help you to find your dream home. If you like the way an agent is helping to sell a home, you’ll very likely get along with them as a buyer. 


You Will Know How Much Competition You Have


If you’re attending open houses and find that there are many other people there the same time as you, it could be a sign that the market has tight competition. A lot of open house attendees means that prices are higher because the competition is fierce. You may have to offer above asking price in order to secure a deal on a home.


You’ll Learn Different Areas


Open houses can bring you to places you may have never thought of living before. You’ll get a sense of what different neighborhoods are like if you spend some time exploring through attending open houses. 


You’ll Learn What You Can Live With


It’s easy to have a concrete picture in your mind of what you want in a home and what you can deal with. When you see houses firsthand, you may be able to open your mind a bit as to the type of home you’re seeking.  


 




This listing recently sold for $1,800.

647 NEFF, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230  

Residential
$1,800
Price
$1,800
Sale Price
3
Bedrooms
1
Baths
Perfect opportunity to lease this newly renovated first floor flat close to Village, shopping, and restaurants! Brand new kitchen with all new appliances. Three bedrooms and one bath with private basement. Additional storage is available in 3rd floor attic! Lease amount includes snow removal and lawn care. Tenant is responsible for water, gas and electric. 1 1/2 months security deposit required at lease signing. $20 application fee for credit check. Landlord will consider a 1 year lease or longer.


Resourcefulness is a key trait of a successful home seller, and perhaps it is easy to understand why.

Typically, a resourceful home seller will be able to identify opportunities to promote his or her residence in any real estate market, at any time. This home seller also will know what it takes to accelerate the property selling cycle and maximize the value of his or her residence.

So what does it take to become a resourceful home seller? Here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Learn About the Housing Market

The housing market can be difficult to navigate, particularly for a first-time property seller. Fortunately, housing market data is readily available and can provide you many insights that can help you become a resourceful home seller.

For example, home sellers can check out the prices of houses that are similar to their own any time they choose. With this housing market data in hand, property sellers can understand how their residences stack up against the competition.

Home sellers also should evaluate the prices of recently sold residences in their city or town. That way, home sellers can find out whether they are preparing to enter a seller's or buyer's market.

2. Understand Your House's Strengths and Weaknesses

Although you've allocated substantial time and resources to maintain your residence over the years, it is important to realize that no house is perfect. However, a resourceful home seller will understand his or her property's strengths and weaknesses and plan accordingly.

A home appraisal offers a great learning opportunity for a home seller. During this appraisal, a property inspector will examine a home both inside and out. Then, a home seller will receive a report that outlines a house's pros and cons.

After a home appraisal, a property seller may be better equipped than ever before to establish a competitive price for his or her house. As a result, this home seller can boost his or her chances of speeding up the property selling process.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Even resourceful home sellers know that navigating the property selling journey on their own can be tough. Luckily, real estate agents are available who can help you analyze the housing market and get the best results during the home selling journey.

A real estate agent can help you set up home showings and open houses, negotiate with homebuyers and much more. In addition, a real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals and work with you to achieve them quickly and effortlessly.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent can provide you with home selling resources and insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere. He or she can teach you about the ins and outs of the real estate market and ensure you can seamlessly sell your house.

Get ready to sell your house – use these tips, and you can become a resourceful home seller.