Tuesday, June 11, 2019 / by Dixie Simon
After all of the preparation required to list your home, you are probably ready to relax and wait for offers to roll in. While most of the heavy lifting is completed, it is important to keep in mind things that you may run into during the sale process. As you begin to allow and welcome potential buyers into your home, here are a few things to expect now that your home is listed!
1. You might feel like you live in a museum.
You may have spent a great deal of time cleaning and decluttering, but now you are going to need to maintain that cleanliness. Potential buyers are going to expect a home that was as neat as the listing photos they saw, so it is crucial to meet their expectations. Now that you have officially listed your home, maintenance is necessary. There may be showings where you don't have time to do a full deep-clean, so choosing to keep your home 'show-ready' will help reduce any stress about the appearance of your home for a showing.
2. There will be so ...
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 / by Matt Bergman
Whether you're needing to get out of the house for an hour because you have showings at your house, or you're just looking for fun things to do. This is the blog series for you. This time I am going to talk about the Inland NW Ale Trail.
This is a craft beer lovers dream! Before I started doing this I really didn't know how many good local breweries that we had here in the Inland North West. I have heard of a few of the big ones but I did't find some of these hidden gems until I started the Ale Trail. A bunch of local breweries got together and thought it would be fun to highlight all the local breweries and give local people intensives to come and check them out. This Ale Trail did just that.
How it works is you go to one of the participating local breweries and you ask for the Ale Trail map. Once you get it every brewery you go to on the map you collect a stamp for that brewery. Once you collect 12 stamps for 12 different breweries you can turn it in and collect a 32oz mi ...