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Blog Post 19 – 5 Features That Enhance the Value of your Property

Posted by Geoff Perry // July 28, 2014

5 Features That Enhance the Value of your Property Remodeled kitchens and bathrooms help sell homes. So do granite and wooden flooring. But do these features provide the best ROI? Experts say that these features are unlikely to increase the value of a property. First things first Basic maintenance of the property is far more […]


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Blog Post 18 – 5 Inexpensive Ways to Increase the Curb Appeal of Your Home

Posted by Geoff Perry // July 21, 2014

5 Inexpensive Ways to Increase the Curb Appeal of Your Home Improving the curb appeal of your property is easier than you think. Plus, it is inexpensive. Curb appeal adds the icing to the cake by lending that perfectly finished look to your property. And when it is time to sell, a home with adequate […]


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Blog Post 17 – Competing Against a Cash Buyer – Here are Your Weapons

Posted by Geoff Perry // July 14, 2014

Competing Against a Cash Buyer – Here are Your Weapons The real estate market in many parts of the country has started showing signs of recovery. Interestingly, the recovering market is inundated with cash buyers. This can make you feel like an underdog if you need a mortgage to purchase the home. Cash buyers in […]


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Blog Post 16 – What to do if Your House Gets Flooded: Do’s and Don’ts

Posted by Geoff Perry // July 7, 2014

What to do if Your House Gets Flooded: Do’s and Don’ts  Water leakage is a big problem that affects nearly all homes in Southern California. Besides causing water damage, water leaks are responsible for biological and chemical pollution. Since water damage can result in mold or rot, you have to employ appropriate remediation techniques immediately. […]


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Blog Post 15 – Quick Tips to Improve Your Home’s Resale Value and Reduce Energy Consumption

Posted by Geoff Perry // June 30, 2014

Quick Tips to Improve Your Home’s Resale Value and Reduce Energy Consumption Ready to sell a house? Check these tips from our home improvement experts, which will not only boost your house’s resale value, but also help you save on energy bills. Once a house is ready to be put up for sale, most sellers […]


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Blog Post 14 – Everything You Need To Know About Home Appraisals in Ventura County

Posted by Geoff Perry // June 23, 2014

Everything You Need To Know About Home Appraisals in Ventura County Sellers are often afraid of the word appraisal. They assume that an appraisal will make it difficult for them to sell their Ventura County property for a good price. But that’s not true. A home appraisal helps you determine the true value of your […]


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Blog Post 13 – Know these 3 most important elements of negotiation when selling a home in southern California

Posted by Geoff Perry // June 16, 2014

Know these 3 most important elements of negotiation when selling a home in southern California  A home deal is like a tug of war. Each of the two sides is after the bigger slice of the cake. As a result, it would be no surprise if the bargaining sometimes became too strained to even cause […]


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Blog Post 12 – Buyer Etiquette: Little Polite Gestures Can Go a Long Way

Posted by Geoff Perry // June 9, 2014

Buyer Etiquette: Little Polite Gestures Can Go a Long Way When it comes to home buying, most people assume that there are only two factors which matter: 1) Liking the house, and 2) Offering the best bid to the seller. The first part is fine, but the latter… not always! That might be surprising, but […]


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Blog Post 10 – Shopping for a New Home – A List of Things to Ignore

Posted by Geoff Perry // May 26, 2014

Shopping for a New Home – A List of Things to Ignore Shopping for a new home in Southern California? You have probably already created a list of every feature you want in your home – a big backyard with a patio, hardwood floors, swimming pool, and so on. Unfortunately, this overemphasis on features may […]


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Blog Post 9 – Home Buying Guide for First Time Buyers – 5 Things you Cannot Afford to Miss

Posted by Geoff Perry // May 19, 2014

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