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Staging Your Home To Sell: 8 Ways To Make Buyers Fall In Love

“You will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Will Rogers said that about people, but the same rule holds true for homes. When preparing to sell your home, you must take advantage of every opportunity to make your first impression stunning. Here are 8 tips to blow your potential buyers away. Curb Appeal: A buyer’s first impression is the outside of your home. Make it beautiful! Keep sidewalks cleared, remove shoes and kids’ toys, mow the lawn, and paint any faded window trim or peeling paint on the deck. Make sure your outside lights are working and remove oil stains from the driveway (cola is a great way to do this!). Planting yellow flowers will evoke emotion. Ambiance: You want the buyer to walk into your home and not want to leave! A few suggestions: play smooth jazz, bake cookies before an open house, and/or use a diffuser to provide a tranquil scent. Cleanliness: You want to make sure the house is clean. Clean grout lines, remove cobwebs, clean out the refrigerator, and dust ceiling fans and light fixtures. Hang fresh towels, vacuum regularly, polish chrome faucets, wash the windows and mirrors, and MOST importantly, clean and air out any odors. Minor repairs: Minor repairs can truly aid the salability of the home. Patch holes, fix leaky faucets, adjust doors that don’t close properly, and re-caulk showers, tubs, and sinks. Replace burnt out light bulbs and make sure the walls are a neutral color. If a room is small, hang curtains a foot higher than the top of the window, which will create the illusion...

Welcome, Al!

We’re thrilled to welcome Al Serrato, Jr. to our RE/MAX Regal Team! With over 15 years’ experience, Al has been representing both buyers and sellers since 2000, working actively in both San Diego and Riverside counties. Not just a Realtor, he also has experience in lending! An added bonus: se habla español! When not working with real estate, Al spends time supporting the Hispanic community and at the Boys and Girls’ Club. He also enjoys giving back: he has served on the YMCA Board of Directors and is a Past President of the Escondido Kiwanis Club. Al’s winning combination of dedicated community service and excellence in real estate makes him another prime member of RE/MAX Regal! We’re delighted to have him with...

6 Critical Questions to Ask When Buying New Construction

If you’re in the market for a brand-new home, you’ve got a ton of options. Sales of new homes surged to an eight-year high in 2015, according to data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau, and single-family production is estimated to reach 840,000 units in 2016, an 18 percent increase over 2015, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Unfortunately for home buyers, new residential construction is coming at a steeper price: Last year the average price of a new home jumped to $351,000, up $100,000 from 2009, reports the NAHB. Nonetheless, there are still ways you can save when buying a new home. It’s like shopping for a new car: You need the right strategy to nab the best deal. Ask prospective builders these six questions in order to find the right home at the right price. “What financial incentives do you offer for using your preferred lender and title company?” The bad news: Production builders are often reluctant to set a precedent for negotiating sales prices. (Custom builders tend to be more flexible.) “If a new home is listed for $370,000 and it sells for $360,000, the next buyer in the development is going to want to pay that lower amount,” says Craig Reger, a real estate broker at Keller Williams Realty in Portland, OR. However, many offer handsome incentives to buyers who use their preferred lender and title company. Some may even knock off up to $10,000 in closing costs, says Peggy Yee, a supervising broker at Frankly Real Estate in Vienna, VA. Others will sweeten the deal by negotiating prices on finishes, such...

Welcome, Tiffany!

A Carlsbad native, Tiffany Pesonen attended our local schools from grade school through college before attending the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities for her MS in Security Technologies. With 13 years of customer service experience, including 4 years as operations and human resources manager, she is proud to ensure the highest levels of product knowledge and customer satisfaction. With her real estate license, Tiffany will be bringing this same dedication to RE/MAX Regal! She enjoys many of the wonderful activities local to San Diego: going to the beach, kayaking, indoor rock climbing, going to the movies, hiking, riding bikes, and walking along the Carlsbad beach to watch the sunset with family, including husband Ryan, nephew Kalil, and young son Naux. We’re so glad you’re on board, Tiffany! Welcome!...

Welcome, Martin!

As a Los Angeles, California native, Martin Perez first came to San Diego in 2007 where he completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. Martin served in the Marines for four years, spending one year deployed in Afghanistan. After receiving an honorable discharge and being released from active duty in 2011, Martin capitalized on an opportunity to stay in San Diego through employment as a logistics contractor aboard Camp Pendleton. During this period Martin worked as a customer service supervisor and transitioned into the quality department where he became the lead quality assurance specialist in the west coast for his company. Having developed a strong background in customer service and quality assurance, Martin knew that his skill set would fare exceptionally well in Real Estate and joined the RE/MAX Regal team to pursue an exciting and fulfilling career in Real Estate. Welcome, Martin! We’re glad to have...

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