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How do you sell your home without feeling STRESSED to buy your next home in a competitive market?

Easy! We have a unique MOVE ONCE program that allows our clients to buy first, then sell after!

This allows our clients to make an attractive non-contingent offer with little to no money down and make selling/buying fun again!

Well... maybe not fun - but easier! ;)

If you have thought about buying but only want to move once - give me a call! 214-636-7138

I'd love to talk about this strategy with you! http://prosperfriscohomelistings.com

Debbie Warford
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An accurate appraisal is always the best appraisal! Let me help you
provide the appraiser with thorough information to ensure the most accurate valuation of your home.

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Debbie Warford
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Working with an experienced realtor (like me!) can make buying or selling a wonderful experience.

Working with a newbie in today's tough times well not so much fun.

It’s my job to make things easy for you, and I love doing just that!
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Contact anytime,

Debbie Warford
Broker/Owner/Author
Top 1000 Agents in America Inductee
214-636-7138

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A Good Agent Wears Many Hats
Negotiator, Marketer, Analyst, Organizer, Designer, Coach, and Confidant -

as an agent, I play many roles in the transaction,

but none as important as Serving You.

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Debbie Warford

 

 

 

Are You Planning to Buy a Home This Year?  Here's what to do now to make the process easier later. 

 https://bit.ly/prepareforhomesearchnownotlater

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Many mortgage lenders estimate PITI for you before they decide whether you

qualify for a mortgage. Understanding mortgage vocabulary is so

important during your homebuying journey.
Enjoy the Fall Buyers Guide https://bit.ly/fall2021buyersguide

Debbie Warford
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Don’t let repairs stop you from selling.

I can talk you through where to focus and strategize,

to get the most from your repairs before putting your home on the market.

It’s what I’m here for! https://bit.ly/2SILNK0

Debbie Warford

4 Tips To Prep for Your Home Sale This Fall

Even in a hot sellers’ market like today’s in which homes are selling so quickly, it’s still important to make a good first impression on potential buyers. Taking the time upfront to prep your house appropriately can bring in the greatest return on your investment.

Here are four simple tips to make sure you maximize the sale of your house this fall.

1. Price It Right

One of the first things buyers will notice is the price of your house. That’s why it’s important to price it right. Your goal in pricing your house is to draw attention from competing buyers and let bidding wars push the final sales price up. Pricing your house too high to begin with could put you at a disadvantage by discouraging buyers from making an offer.

Your trusted real estate advisor can help you find the price for your home that reflects the current market value. Lean on your agent to help you with this crucial first step.

2. Keep It Clean

It may sound simple, but keeping your house clean is key to making sure it gets the attention it deserves. As realtor.com says in the Home Selling Checklist:

“When selling your home, it’s important to keep everything tidy for buyers. . . . Remember to take special care with the bathroom, making sure the tile, counters, shower, and floors shine.”

Before each buyer visits, assess your space and determine what needs your attention. Wash the dishes, make the beds, and put away any toys. Doing these simple things can reduce any potential distractions for buyers.

3. Make It Easy To Visit

Giving buyers the opportunity to see your house on their schedule can be a true game-changer. Buyers are less likely to make an offer if it’s difficult to plan a tour or they can’t easily fit it into their schedule. Making your house available as often as possible helps create opportunities for more buyers to fall in love with your house.

Rest assured your trusted real estate advisor will keep your health and safety top of mind when buyers tour your home. Agents use the latest guidance to stay up to date on any protocols and sanitization recommendations.

4. Help Buyers Feel at Home

Finally, it’s important for buyers to see all the possible ways they can make your house their next home. As the realtor.com article puts it:

“The goal is to create a blank canvas on which buyers can project their own visions of living there, and loving it.”

An easy first step to create this blank canvas is removing personal items – pictures, awards, and sentimental belongings – from your space. If you’re unsure what should be packed away and what can stay, consult your trusted real estate advisor. Spending the time on this step can pay off in the long run, as the 2021 Profile of Home Staging from the National Association of Realtors notes:

“Eighteen percent of sellers’ agents said home staging increased the dollar value of a residence between 6% and 10%.”

Bottom Line

To make the most of today’s sellers’ market, avoid the temptation to skip over the essential preparation steps. Let’s connect today to discuss all the ways you can maximize your home sale.

 

Debbie Warford
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Paloma Creek Beauty! Beautiful & comfortable single-story neighborhood gem! Come fall in love with the custom touches in this home including the popular Porcelain ceramic wood look floors,

beautifully painted throughout in modern designer paint color all complimenting the split bdrm floorplan. Large breakfast area.

Master is complete with plenty of space for large furniture, bath with dual vanities, separate shower, soaking tub and huge walk-in closet.

All bedrooms have new carpet and thick cozy pad. The exterior features, huge backyard with no neighbors, gutters, sprinkler system, mature landscape.

Neighborhood HOA offers pools, playgrounds, clubhouse, and dog park. Walk to Elementary.

This is a MUST SEE home:  Be the first to see ! Text "1516" to 214-636-7138 for more info  289,900

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Don't pay to much to a real estate agent when buying or selling a home.

Sounds Strange coming from a Real Estate Professional

as a Valuations and Listing Agent

for the Biggest Asset Management Companies

Let me say this again,

Don't pay to much to a real estate agent

when buying or selling a home.

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