What has all this got to do with you? Not one thing! Unless you have children or Grandchildren. Or unless you are of age, between eighteen and about sixty-five; then you are susceptable to being “drafted”! The new “draft” measurre, now soon to be law, if not already, says that they can do either-or; general call up for all males and females between the ages of. Or they can do a “spot check” enlistment. Where you are a graduate of some linguist school, or your a great programmer, or your an expert in anything! One minute you are any of these, with a home, car, wife, children in school; the next moment you are not even a civilian! Well, actually, they; the Government, can do all that right now, war or no war!
If you plans have been derailed and you haven’t begun to do things differently, maybe that’s part of the problem. The time for rerouting is now, especially if you desire a lucrative income and a secure financial future.
Prepare your home for the market and the microscope that buyers will be placing it under. Pre-Sale home inspections have become increasingly popular over the past few years in response to these economic times. Better to know up front what a buyer will be asking for than after negotiations have begun. Make repairs as necessary in order to allow for a smooth transaction.
LOT 109 HIGHLANDS AT BRECKENRIDGE (517 HAMILTON COURT): The previous owner of this vacant lot bought it for 5,000 on 10/01/07. Now the bank has it listed for 5,500.
But you can’t get to that point unless you take steps to get your piece of Las Vegas real estate government ready, now can you? So here are six steps to take to get your Las Vegas home ready for the invasion of the home buyers.
It’s a fact. Buyers want fresh and up to date. Even if the house is 46 years old. When getting ready to sell your Las Vegas property replace anything that’s worn, leaking or looks dated.
Eliminate all clutter! Empty out all closets. Start packing. Use a corner of the basement to organize the things you can pack up now, before showings begin. Make certain to NOT pile boxes around the foundation walls. Buyers want to see what the walls look like. I don’t have an issue with putting boxes in the middle of the basement – you have to put them somewhere!
By comparison, there is about a 2 year inventory of single family homes for sale in Breckenridge and about a 2.25 year inventory of multi-family properties (i.e. condos, townhomes, duplexes, etc.).