Each month here on Google+, you can find some incredibly good Real Estate articles that we find to be both educational and entertaining. With content marketing being such an integral part of the Real Estate brands that we develop and project, it isn’t a mystery, that each month, the articles seem to kick it up a notch with their quality and visual appeal. This month of top Real Estate articles for January 2015, isn’t any different.
When it comes to selling a home, buying a home or promoting our business within the Real Estate industry, it’s always important to being in the know, as we know that knowledge is power. If you’re selling a home, we have advice here for you that will help you to stand out from the competition to get your home sold for the most money in the shortest amount of time and includes what impacts your home’s value.
If you’re buying a home, you’ll find ways in which to make your home purchase more affordable, along with doing it the right way to lessen any disasters along the way, plus how to keep your home safe for the little ones. Lastly, if you’re a Real Estate professional in the Real Industry, you’ll find ways to get yourself seen, plus who else to connect with in your industry.
Let’s get started to find out what we’ve got for you to read today!
Best Low Cost Home Improvements
When it’s time to sell a home, homeowners are likely thinking of ways in which to improve the look and feel of their home with home improvements that don’t break the bank. Here the Coastal Real Estate Group of Orange county, California does just that when they gathered advice from Real Estate experts across the nation who tell you what you can do with $5000 of less. If you are going to be selling your home and are working on a limited budget this will be a great resource to take a look at!
Ten Tips to Get Your Home Sold
Who couldn’t use a list of 10 things to help get a home sold?! Here Kyle Hiscock of Rochester, New York provides some fabulous home selling advice when a homeowner decides it’s time to sell. You’ll find tips on how to prepare to get your home sold and whether or not you should have open houses, plus many other tips on home selling. So if home selling is in your future, Kyle’s tips will help you immensely. Keep reading below to find out all the particulars about the 10 things you need to know when selling a home. Use these ten tips to dramatically increase the success as well as keeping the stress level down when selling your property.
How Schools Impact Real Estate Values
Many families seek out the best schools for their children and are willing to move across city lines when a family begins to grow with the addition of their first child and more on the way. Even without any children currently in a household, many young couples will anticipate children in their future and will plan by looking to settle down in a neighborhood with high quality schools. As a Seller, how can schools impact your home sale prices? They can certainly impact a home’s value, whether or not the schools are top rated or poorly rated. Here Bill Gassett of Hopkinton, Massachusetts has written an excellent article detailing just how schools affect home values so be sure take a look especially if you are in the process of choosing a community to live in! There is no doubt that the school system will have a dramatic affect on the price as well as long term value of your home.
Who to Follow on Twitter For Real Estate
Sometimes, Google+ will bring in other social media networks that could benefit it’s followers and Jacob Grant Property Management of Idaho Falls, Idaho has put together an excellent resource of 29 Real Estate Experts to follow on Twitter; the fast moving social media network. If you’re anything like most Real Estate professionals, learning and growing from other professionals keeps you on the right track for your continued business success. This list illustrates some great “must follow” real estate people and companies on Twitter. Click through to find out who you’ve been missing on Twitter. It’s not too late to add a few more people! These are real estate pro’s who are on Twitter daily sharing great information.
FHA Making Mortgage Changes Again
With the recent changes to FHA reducing mortgage insurance premiums that becomes effective January 26, 2015, you’ll find that Sean Young of Highlands Ranch, Colorado has done a great job with his article in explaining exactly what it means to the home Buyer which ultimately can affect home Sellers too. Take a look at Sean’s informative article and learn what The FHA has been up to.
How to Set Up Google Adwords
Who has time to dig in and learn one more thing?! We already have such jammed-filled days, so we’re always looking for the ease in which to learn. Have you wondered about how to set up a Google Adwords Campaign? Today is your lucky day where Andrew Fortune of Colorado Springs, Colorado has made this so easy for you to set up a Google Adwords Campaign. Here he has presented easy to follow, step by step instructions. See I told you today was your lucky day! Read just how to do it here as Andrew shows you how! This is yet another way to bring exposure to your real estate business. Are you beginning to see the value of being involved with some of the top Google+ real estate communities yet?
How to Make Your Home Safe For Children
It seems to take just seconds for something to go wrong in our homes when we turn our backs for a second when we have little ones running around. Here Anita Clark of Warner Robins, Georgia has provided some excellent tips to keep our little loved ones safe at home. A very important read from Anita so you don’t have to learn the hard way, something you’ll want to avoid at all costs. Anita has thought of it all in childproofing your home, so make sure you have a look.
First Time Home Buyer Tips
Buying a home for the first time? Where do you begin? Wouldn’t it be great to avoid the pitfalls of first time Buyers? Here Karen Highland of Frederick, Maryland provides the best of the best advice to get you on the right track to buying your first home – how exciting! A must read for the first time home Buyer. Karen thinks of everything to benefit the first time home Buyer, so don’t stop reading now if buying a home is in your future.
Why A Final Walk-Through is Important
You’re so excited to close on your home purchase tomorrow and everything has gone so well that you think you’ll just skip the walk thru of the home that is commonly done right before the closing on your home purchase. Here Debbie Drummond of Las Vegas, Nevada lets you know to don’t even think about skipping the walk thru! Debbie has done an incredible job at shedding some light on why you shouldn’t skip it. There have been buyers who have and it has come back to bite them in the you know where!
What is Real Estate Title Insurance
What the heck is Title Insurance? You’ve heard it mentioned or perhaps ran across an article or two on it as your eyes glazed over, yet never dug in to find out what it’s really all about. Believe me, you need to know what Title Insurance is and how it’s coverage can impact the home you’re about to purchase and later sell. Here Seth Williams has done a superb job in explaining all about Title Insurance and how it will benefit you that will make perfect sense to you. Seth’s article is a must read especially for first time homeowners. Title insurance is one thing a home buyer should not fool around with.
Price Your Home Properly
How do you price a home for sale? One thing I can tell you for sure is that it’s not according to The Price is Right Game Show? Remember the show? Here, I, Lynn Pineda, go over what is the best way to price a home for sale and also what you should never do. If you read my article closer you’ll discover that there is a way in which to price a home right in order to get it sold. I service home Sellers in Coral Springs, Florida who’ve been happy to know that I know how to price a home right. Keep reading so you too can discover just how I do it, which includes a little bit of art.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this month’s selection of prime Real Estate content. And remember, after reading this month’s selection, before you know it, a new round of top picks will be out for your reading enjoyment next month. Until next month, happy reading.