Henriette's Gazette August 2022
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Selling a Home Is Stressful; Here Are Some Helpful Suggestions

Selling your home and moving on to bigger and better things can be exciting. However, some unexpected stress might come along with the home-selling process. Here are four ways selling your home may be more disruptive than you thought—and how to get through the process in one piece.

1. Taking the “Home” out of Your House
Your real estate agent will give you advice, and potential buyers will have their own... Read More
Six Things That Should Always Be Covered in a Home Inspection

Buying a home is a big investment that is accompanied by risk. Minimizing that risk is as simple as arranging for an inspection of the home to ensure that everything is working properly. A thorough inspection of these areas is important before buying or selling a home.

Electrical inspections are very important. Making sure a home’s electrical system is safe can’t be... Read More
National Home Sales Decline, but Prices Continue to Rise

For the fourth month in a row, existing-home sales have declined, with May’s year-over-year sales dropping in all four major regions in the country. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), month-over-month sales fell in three of the four regions. Climbing mortgage rates have impacted housing affordability, and economists are predicting further sales declines throughout the year. “Nonetheless, homes priced... Read More
Design Tips That Make a Small Area Seem More Spacious

Small houses and tiny spaces have their own kind of charm but can easily become cramped. Maximize your small space by choosing furniture in the right colors and designs so you can keep that spacious feel, no matter the size of your house.

Scale Down Your Furniture 
Furniture size is crucial in small spaces. Never opt for a full-fledged sofa if you’re living in a tiny... Read More
A Cash Offer Isn’t Always Better—Consider These Things First

The cash buyer almost always outranks the financed buyer because there is a lower chance of the deal falling through, and typically, a cash buyer can close faster than a financed buyer. These are very attractive benefits, yet there’s more to a home offer than a finance contingency and the closing date. Here are three things you should scrutinize before accepting a cash offer.

1. Other Contingencies
A cash offer contains no finance contingency, but that doesn’t mean the offer is contingency-free. Most buyers reserve the right to appraise and inspect the property before closing and to withdraw from the contract if the inspection reveals any major repair issues. If an inspection reveals problems, you will have to carry out the repairs or renegotiate the purchase... Read More

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