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3 Things You Need To Sell Your Home

welcome back to the Sims real estategroup of Remax Nanaimo Jason Simard here again bringing further value I want totalk about something that's really important I wanna talk about theimportance of really properly setting up your home for sale and having a trueprofessional represent you when listing your property so there's three thingsthat are crucial to selling a home number one you have to price the homeproperly nobody wants to overpay for anything so at the end of the day if you'remissing the mark with your property it's gonna sit on the market for a long timeand become stale so getting the price right is really important so getting aprofession like myself that has true understanding the market they can getall the data that makes sense and provide you a market analysis iscritical the second thing is is you need to stageyour home properly it needs to be clean uncluttered it needs to show really wellbecause I'll tell you this showing hundreds of homes to people over theyears one of things that I get all the time this is this doesn't look right Idon't like that furniture and that's not what people are buying but that's howthey feel and how they feel that's gonna ultimately dictate whether they want toput an offer on the property or not most people can't overlook those littlethings ninety-four percent of buyers haveviewed your home online before they even go out to see it in person so what'simportant you need a professional like The Sims like my team at Sims realestate group who understand marketing and they understand the importance ofshowcasing a home properly so as long as we hit those three things number one we getthe price right number two we make sure the home looks clean and unclutteredand shows well and then number three let's make sure that a hundred percentof the buyers that are looking can see your home and showcased in the mostprofessional light my team prides itself on being very tech savvy we understandthat real estate has changed over the last ten years the Internet has changedthe way people do business in fact it's so crucial that we spend most of ourmarketing dollars utilizing the internet to showcase homes and generate moreopportunities those are the three most important things and of course I'm gonna throw in afourth-year you have to have a professional that can negotiate yourhome and really help you generate the best price for that home and that's gonnabe someone like myself who is a professional when it comes tonegotiation.

At the end of the day those are all the factors that are gonna becrucial in your next home sale if I can help you list your property give you a market information I'm hereto do that and I have an amazing team behind me to make sure that the marketing strong.

Stay tuned till the next time.

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5 Reasons to Sell Your Home in the Spring or Summer

Sellers, do you want to get top dollar foryour home? In this video I’m going give you 5 reasonswhy you should list your home in Spring or Summer.

Coming up.

Paul BrelinCentury 21 NorthBay Alliancewww.

PaulBrelin.

Com Hey what’s up ya all, this is Paul Brelinof Century 21 NorthBay Alliance helping you to achieve your real estate dreams and goals.

I’m building this channel to inform andeducate people on all things real estate in Sonoma County, including videos like thisone.

So if you are new here, consider subscribingand if you have any questions, leave me a comment and I’ll get back to you.

Ok, let’s get down to it.

Number 1, Bigger sale price.

In most markets, more inventory means lowerprices, Econ 101 right? But the housing market works the oppositeway – Prices are highest in the Spring and Summer which is prime season and it's whenthe most homes are listed for sale.

It may seem a illogical, but it happens thisway because demand to buy homes is very seasonal, driven by weather and the school year.

So, there are more buyers in spring and summerbecause for many people this is a convenient time to move.

So relative to demand, the supply of homesis actually tighter in spring and summer than in winter and the fall.

Number 2 – Better valuationsWhen creating the valuation on your home, the appraiser looks for data on comparablehomes sold in your neighborhood.

But if the appraiser can only compare to datafrom a home that sold for cheap in the winter, it can hurt the valuation for your home whichcould put you at at a disadvantage when it comes to selling.

With more homes selling in the prime season,comparable home data is more accurate.

So, the best case scenario would be for youto be the second or third person in your neighborhood to put your house up for sale and take advantageof the earlier home sales which will be a better and more accurate, more comparablesales for your home.

Your agent should talk to the appraiser tomake sure that he/she understands your neighborhood.

Appraisers often come in from out of townand may not understand that the home that recently sold for $400,000 was a fixer upper,when prices are normally $600,000 in that neighborhood.

Number 3 – Better curb appeal and longer daysYour home will shine in the Springtime – flowers are blooming and buyers are out looking fortheir dream home.

Daylight Saving Time also gives buyers moretime to look at houses, meaning your property can be seen by more buyers during the day.

A bright and sunny home will sell better thana dark and cold home 10 out of 10 times.

Number 4 – Bidding warsBidding wars are a headache for buyers but a big plus for sellers.

If you put your home on the market when inventoryis at its high, there is a better chance for bidders and multiple offers because thereis also an increased number of buyers competing against one another.

Bidding wars mean more money in the seller’spocket.

They usually mean buyers are less likely tomake request for repairs or other demands on the seller requests.

Additionally, cash buyers can be aggressivebidders and you might find a buyer with a bucket full of dollars with and a fast laneto close of escrow.

Number 5- Sellers can be choosy tooDon’t want your childhood home bulldozed to the ground for a new McMansion? Well, you have a better chance of findinga loving couple looking to start a family on the on-season.

More buyers mean more offers and you may bebetter able to choose the next owners of your home.

Sellers, if you are selling your home on theoff season, don't despair.

Although you may not get as many buyers lookingat your home, the buyers that do come are often very motivated.

Off-season buyers are more focused and seriousabout finding the right home in a short amount of time.

In many cases, they are involved in a relocationor facing a situation that is requiring them to move.

If buyers are out looking at houses the daybefore Thanksgiving or chilly New Year’s Eve, you know they are serious.

So thanks so much for checking out this video,definately subscribe for more videos just like this one.

And if you haven’t downloaded my sellersguide, go get it.

It’s actually a guide for where I show youhow to prepare you home for the market.

So you can grab that for free.

The link is in the Youtube description belowor up on the Youtube card.

I’m Paul Brelin Century 21 NorthBay Alliance.

Remember, the agent you choose matters.

And I'll talk to you soon.

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5 Reasons to Sell Your Home in the Spring or Summer

Sellers, do you want to get top dollar foryour home? In this video I’m going give you 5 reasonswhy you should list your home in Spring or Summer.

Coming up.

Paul BrelinCentury 21 NorthBay Alliancewww.

PaulBrelin.

Com Hey what’s up ya all, this is Paul Brelinof Century 21 NorthBay Alliance helping you to achieve your real estate dreams and goals.

I’m building this channel to inform andeducate people on all things real estate in Sonoma County, including videos like thisone.

So if you are new here, consider subscribingand if you have any questions, leave me a comment and I’ll get back to you.

Ok, let’s get down to it.

Number 1, Bigger sale price.

In most markets, more inventory means lowerprices, Econ 101 right? But the housing market works the oppositeway – Prices are highest in the Spring and Summer which is prime season and it's whenthe most homes are listed for sale.

It may seem a illogical, but it happens thisway because demand to buy homes is very seasonal, driven by weather and the school year.

So, there are more buyers in spring and summerbecause for many people this is a convenient time to move.

So relative to demand, the supply of homesis actually tighter in spring and summer than in winter and the fall.

Number 2 – Better valuationsWhen creating the valuation on your home, the appraiser looks for data on comparablehomes sold in your neighborhood.

But if the appraiser can only compare to datafrom a home that sold for cheap in the winter, it can hurt the valuation for your home whichcould put you at at a disadvantage when it comes to selling.

With more homes selling in the prime season,comparable home data is more accurate.

So, the best case scenario would be for youto be the second or third person in your neighborhood to put your house up for sale and take advantageof the earlier home sales which will be a better and more accurate, more comparablesales for your home.

Your agent should talk to the appraiser tomake sure that he/she understands your neighborhood.

Appraisers often come in from out of townand may not understand that the home that recently sold for $400,000 was a fixer upper,when prices are normally $600,000 in that neighborhood.

Number 3 – Better curb appeal and longer daysYour home will shine in the Springtime – flowers are blooming and buyers are out looking fortheir dream home.

Daylight Saving Time also gives buyers moretime to look at houses, meaning your property can be seen by more buyers during the day.

A bright and sunny home will sell better thana dark and cold home 10 out of 10 times.

Number 4 – Bidding warsBidding wars are a headache for buyers but a big plus for sellers.

If you put your home on the market when inventoryis at its high, there is a better chance for bidders and multiple offers because thereis also an increased number of buyers competing against one another.

Bidding wars mean more money in the seller’spocket.

They usually mean buyers are less likely tomake request for repairs or other demands on the seller requests.

Additionally, cash buyers can be aggressivebidders and you might find a buyer with a bucket full of dollars with and a fast laneto close of escrow.

Number 5- Sellers can be choosy tooDon’t want your childhood home bulldozed to the ground for a new McMansion? Well, you have a better chance of findinga loving couple looking to start a family on the on-season.

More buyers mean more offers and you may bebetter able to choose the next owners of your home.

Sellers, if you are selling your home on theoff season, don't despair.

Although you may not get as many buyers lookingat your home, the buyers that do come are often very motivated.

Off-season buyers are more focused and seriousabout finding the right home in a short amount of time.

In many cases, they are involved in a relocationor facing a situation that is requiring them to move.

If buyers are out looking at houses the daybefore Thanksgiving or chilly New Year’s Eve, you know they are serious.

So thanks so much for checking out this video,definately subscribe for more videos just like this one.

And if you haven’t downloaded my sellersguide, go get it.

It’s actually a guide for where I show youhow to prepare you home for the market.

So you can grab that for free.

The link is in the Youtube description belowor up on the Youtube card.

I’m Paul Brelin Century 21 NorthBay Alliance.

Remember, the agent you choose matters.

And I'll talk to you soon.

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Why Use Video To Sell Your Home?

So, you've decided that you do want to sellyour property and of course do it as quickly as possible.

But there are lots of other propertieson the market that are the same as yours.

They have the same number of bedrooms, receptionrooms, garden space, and they're in the same location and more importantly, in the sameprice bracket as yours.

So what you need is an edge.

Well having a film made about yourhome is a fantastic way to market and sell your house.

You may have some fantastic featureswithin your property that photos and floor plans simply do not do justice to.

Video isa great way to showcase these features, and the rest of your property too, and rememberthis is going to be seen on you tube, estate agents website, and also right move.

So dospeak to your estate agent today and we look forward to filming at your home very soon.

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5 Tips to Sell Your Home for More

hey guys this is Jennifer De Vivo realty and today i'm coming to you with my five top tips on how to list and sell or get ready to sell your property this year so if you're thinking about selling your property you're probably thinking oh my goodness where do I start if you're like me your house is probably crazy sometimes so here's five things that you can kind of get in your head when you're thinking about selling this year number one is we always talk about is to declutter and I know you've heard about this and it what does it mean to declutter your house well it means taking anywhere from one third to two-thirds of the things that you have in your home out of your house what are we doing in real estate we are selling the space we are selling the potential for someone to come in and move into your home and bring their own things so they need to be able to visualize themselves living there and I tell people if you're really believing that you're going to sell your home this year and you have a great agent that gives you a great marketing plan go ahead and start moving and starting to move means going ahead and decluttering and taking one-third to maybe even two thirds of your stuff out of the house and if you don't have anywhere to put it you could get a pod you could get a utility you could get a storage if all else fails you could use your garage so number one declutter number two depersonalize so maybe you've gone ahead and you've decluttered and you've taken a lot of stuff and you can see a lot of space in your home now you want to maybe take down some of those specialty items that people can get touchy about this but people again buyers want to come in and visualize themselves living in your home and so if you've got a lot of family pictures you may want to scale that down if you've got a lot of specialty artwork or bright colors you may want to go ahead and tone those down one thing that we like to think of is neutral or think of a model home go to look at builders go into some of these model homes and you will oh my gosh i can see myself living here i want to live here and what the designers are doing is that they are depersonalizing the home they are creating a neutral environment with some accent pieces that kind of invite you to live in the space so number two depersonalize number three let in the light and this is one of my very favorite ones you want to open up those windows you want to take down those curtains or put them to the side you want to open up those blinds light is what shows the space and so oftentimes I go into gorgeous homes and you go in there and it's like a cave or when I go to show a home and I'm representing a buyer and I open the door and I try to show the home, the home is very dark sometimes lights don't work you try to show a bedroom or master bedroom light is not turning on so definitely get the brightest lights in the rooms where perhaps you don't have a big window perhaps you can't let in the light so let in the light and number four would be curb appeal when i'm driving by your home your home should be like stop look at me come up my driveway or come up my walkway and open my beautiful door a lot of times buyers are making maybe up to half of their decision just based on the exterior of your home so get your yard ready maybe put some inviting flowers if you're in florida sometimes you know flowers die very quickly we have a lot of heat you might want to get some hardy plants that are bright colored if you know me you know I love crotons any kind of tropical plant or anything that's just going to bring in some color and personality to your yard and pay attention to your door, the door is the first thing we're going to open so nicely brightly or fresh colored door is going to be something that is going to be inviting as we're standing there and we're getting ready to go into your home and the last tip that I would give you would be staging or stage coaching one of the things that I specialize in here at the people realty is coming to your home and creating an action plan to get your home ready to sell we don't just slap your home on the market we want you to sell for more every time and so we go room by room and we create an action plan and we integrate design principles and maybe things that you need to do to get your home ready to sell so that you can sell for the top dollar you can sell for the most in your neighborhood and we do that every single time it's something that we take pride in so again just to kind of recap some of the tips that you can do to get your home ready to list and sell this year is to declutter, depersonalize let in the light, drive up that curb appeal make that yard gorgeous and do some staging or hire a realtor who does stage coaching like me or even a real professional stager who brings in their own interior-design who might bring in their own pieces for my bringing their own furniture in some special cases again this is Jennifer with De Vivo Realty helping you find your way home and we hope that you sell for more this year.

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Easily Grow Cannabis at Home: Wiring your Greenhouse

Hello and welcome back to the GreenBox GrownIntro Series to Growing Cannabis at Home.

  In this video I explain the best way to setup your greenhouse so it uses as little electricity as possible and saves you a ton of money onyour electric bill!  I also show you how to set up your power cordsso you don’t overload any of the circuits in your house or blow any fuses.

 Here is a good shot of the power cords coming out of my greenhouse and running to the housewhere they are plugged in.

  I have to mostly use the outlets inside myhouse because we only have a couple outside.

 Here we are in the greenhouse and you can see I have 2 LED grow lights as well as 2fans and a heater towards the back.

  It is always a good Idea to hang the connectionsof your power cords so they are off the ground.

  This prevents them from getting wet, whichcould cause them to short.

  Here are the fans we have on each side andthen the heater is down there.

   This greenhouse actually uses a minimal amount of electricity because we are runningLED lights, which are only on for a couple of hours per day and use a fraction of thepower most grow lights require.

  The heater is definitely the largest sourceof power consumption, which is why I always run mine on a separate circuit from everythingelse.

  The fans in this grow room are also very powerefficient and barley use any electricity.

 This is a shot of the greenhouse from my balcony out back and here are the power cords runningup to my house and inside.

  I have a ton of other cords up here, whichare coming from my other greenhouses.

  Since I have a decent amount of equipmentto power, it is especially important I spread the cords out through out the house and don’tload them all up on one circuit.

  If you do that you can easily blow a fuseor mess up the electrical wiring in your house.

 Here we are at one of the outlets I am using inside.

  This power cord is hooked up to the heaterand 2 fans in my greenhouse down below which is plenty for this one circuit.

 The best way to decide on how many appliances you can hook up to each circuit is based onthe total amount of amps they draw.

  Each circuit in the average house can hold15 amps of total pull, so once you’ve reached that limit you should move on to the nextcircuit.

  It’s also a good idea to stay a little belowthat limit of 15 amps so nothing overheats.

  On average a fan will draw an amp or 2, andthe LEDS I am using pull 3 amps each.

 As you probably already know, the more amps you are using to power your grow, the higheryour electricity bill will be each month.

  That is why I always buy energy efficientproducts, which use a fraction of the electricity, and will cut your monthly power usage in halfor even more.

   Before I had energy efficient fans and equipment,my electricity bill had almost doubled from my cannabis grow.

  But once I switched over, it was just slightlyabove what I was paying before I started growing.

   You can always check the box the product came in to see what the amp rating is.

  Heaters are what draw the most power, andthe average 1200-watt heater pulls around 12.

5 amps.

  That’s why I recommend having a heater onit’s own circuit with maybe 1 or 2 fans on it.

   Now that you have a good grasp on how to properlypower your growing appliances, you are ready to move on to the next intro to growing video.

     That is all I have for now, but as alwaysthank you for watching and happy growing.

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What should I do to get my home ready to sell?

– Hello and welcomeback to our video blog, I am Yasmin Saad, with the Saad Team here.

Probably the number onequestion I get from sellers, besides how much moneyam I gonna take home, is: what do I need to do toget my property ready to list and put on the market? So here's a few quick tips,things that you can do, that will help ensureyou're in the best showing shape from day one whenyou hit the market.

Number one: anything thatmay be kinda outstanding, sitting on that honey do list, go ahead and get thoseitems taken care of.

There's a few things we always see pop up on inspection lists,perhaps there's a little bit of dry rot or wood rot between the door and the side of your houseleading from the garage.

We see that quite a bit.

If you have any outletsthat aren't working, get those repaired and upgradeto the latest technology so you're protected with a ground circuit, those pop up a lot as well.

Go ahead and install new light bulbs and buy the really good ones.

I know, you're gonna be selling the house and you probably don't want to spend, what you think is frivolous money.

It makes a differencewhen the lights are on and the home shows bright and cheery.

This is Florida, people like their light.

Simple little thingsyou can also do include: touching up your baseboards,if there's any paint that needs to be touched up, do that, and then AC cleaning anda big overall cleaning of the property makes a huge difference and having the windows washed.

If you need any helpwith any of these things, give us a call immediatelyat 239-595-8500, and of course, we'rehappy to sit down with you and take a look atspecifically you might need right there in your home.

Look forward to talking to you next time, you can also see usonline at TheSaadTeam.

Com.

Thanks so much and talk to you soon.

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Renting vs. Buying a home | Housing | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy

Welcome back.

I'm now going to take a slighttangent and cover a topic that, I think, this is probablythe single most important video that reallyanyone can watch.

I go to all of these partieswhere I go see family.

And my wife and I right now,we live in Northern California.

And we're renting.

And I like to pointout, by choice.

And I have family members,why don't you buy? You're at that stage inlife, that's a major milestone, all of this.

There's a lot of pressureto buy.

And when I tell friends,I tell them I'm not going to buy.

Because I think I'm prettyconvinced, almost 100% convinced, that housing pricesare going to revert back.

And I'm going to do a bunchof presentations to justify why they will.

But then my friends, they'lljust throw out the statement that I hear from them, thatyou hear from real estate agents, because obviouslythey want you to buy.

Well, isn't buying alwaysbetter than renting? And I think that kind of commonwisdom comes out of the notion of, when you have amortgage or when you borrow money to live in a house, everymonth that money that you give to the bank is kindof going into savings.

That's the perception.

While when you rent,that money's just disappearing into a vacuum.

In this video I'm going to workthrough that assumption, and see if that actuallyis the case.

So let's say I have a choice.

Let's say there aretwo houses.

This is house number one.

And this is house number two.

And let's say that they'reidentical houses.

These are three bedroom, twobath, townhouses some place in Silicon Valley, whichis where I live.

And I want to live inone of these houses.

I'm indifferent as to whichhouse I live in, because they are identical.

So living in them is theidentical experience.

I can rent this housefor $3,000 a month.

Or I could buy this housefor $1 million.

And let's say that in my bankaccount right now, let's say I have $250,000 cash.

So let's see what happensin either scenario.

Let's see how much moneyis being burned.

So in this scenariowhat happens? I'm renting.

So in a given year, let's justsee how much money comes out of my pocket.

So in a given yearI pay $3,000.

$3,000 times 12 months,so I lose $36,000.

So I'll put a negativethere, because that's what I spend in rent.

$36,000 per year in rent.

And then of course Ihave that $250,000.

I'm going to put that into thebank, because I have nothing else to do with it.

I didn't buy a house with it.

And let's say that I can,in the bank, let's say I put it in a CD.

And I get 4% on that.

So let's see, 250, that'swhat? $10,000, I think.

That's 0.

04.

Right, I get $10,000 in interesta year on that.

So I get $10,000.

So plus $10,000 a yearin interest.

So out of my pocket, for theprivilege of living in this house, in Silicon Valley, withbeautiful weather, out of my pocket every yeargoes $26,000.

So that's scenario one.

So what happens if I give into the peer pressure of family, and realtors, and themortgage industry, and I buy this house for $1 million? Well I only have $250,000, whichis more, frankly, than most people who buy $1 millionhouses have.

But I have $250,000 cash.

So I need to borrow $750,000.

So I take out a mortgagefor $750,000.

And I'm going to do a slightsimplification.

And maybe in a futurepresentation, I'll do kind of a more complicated one.

In a lot of mortgages, when youpay your monthly payment, most of your monthly payment,at least initially, is the interest on the amount thatyou're borrowing.

And you pay a little bitextra on that, to bring this value down.

That's called payingoff the principal.

You can also take aninterest-only loan, but the component of the interestis the same.

Essentially, when you take atraditional mortgage, kind of a 30-year fixed, every monthyou're paying a little bit more than the interest, justto take down the balance.

But for the simplicity of thisargument, I'm just going to say that we're doing aninterest-only mortgage.

And then maybe with anyextra savings, I can pay down the principal.

And that's the same notion.

And right now, if I do 25%down, and I'm buying a $1 million house, I'll have totake a $750,000 mortgage.

I don't know what agood rate is, 6%? So let's say at 6% interest.

Soto live in this house, how much am I paying justin interest? Well I'm paying $750,000times 6% a year.

So $750,000 times 0.

06 is equalto $45,000 in interest.

That's coming outof my pocket.

And of course, on a monthlybasis, that means in interest per month, I'm paying,just to get an idea.

I'm paying about $3,700, $3,800in interest a month.

My mortgage actually might besomething like $4,000 a month.

So I pay the interest.

And thenI pay a little bit to chip away at the wholevalue of the loan.

It takes 30 years to chipaway at the whole thing.

And over time, the interestcomponent becomes less, and the principal becomes more.

But for simplicity, this is theinterest that I'm paying.

$45,000 a year.

And then of course at a party,when I start to explain this, it's like, ah-ha.

But interest on a mortgageis tax deductible.

And what tax deductible means,is that this amount of money that I spend on intereston my mortgage, I can deduct from my taxes.

I can tell the IRS thatI make $45,000 less than I actually did.

So if I'm getting taxed at,let's say 30%, what is the actual cash savings? Well I'll save 30% of this.

I'll have to pay $15,000less in taxes.

How does that work? Well, think about it.

Let's say I earned $100,000in a year.

And I normally haveto pay 30%.

So I normally pay $30,000in taxes.

Right? This is, if I didn'thave this great tax shelter with this house.

Now I have this interestdeduction.

So now I tell the IRSthat I'm actually making $55,000 a year.

And let's say my taxrate is still 30%.

it actually will probably godown since I'm — but let's, just for simplicity, assume mytax rate is still $30,000.

So now I'm going to pay $16,500in taxes to the IRS.

So how much did Isave in taxes? So I saved $13,500 from taxes,from being able to deduct this $45,000 from my income.

So let's say tax savings,plus $13,500.

Now what else goes intothis equation? Do I get any intereston my $250,000? Well, no.

I had to use that as part of thedown payment on my house.

So I'm not gettinginterest there.

But what I do have todo is, I have to pay taxes on my property.

In California, out here we haveto pay 1.

25% in taxes, of the value of the house.

So what's 1.

25%? So, taxes, this isproperty tax.

And that's actually taxdeductible too, so it actually becomes more like 0.

75% or 1%.

So let's just say 1% justfor simplicity.

Property taxes.

So 1% times $1 million.

That equals what? 1% of $1 million isanother $10,000 a year in property taxes.

And notice, I'm not talkingabout what percent of my mortgage goes topay principal.

I'm just talking about moneythat's being burned by owning this house.

So what is the net effect? I have a $13,500 tax savings.

I have to pay $10,000 –actually I have to pay a little bit more than that, butwe're getting a little bit of income tax savings onthe deduction on the property taxes.

And then I actually have to paythe $45,000 of interest that just goes out the door.

So I'm paying $41,500.

Notice, none of this $41,500is building equity.

None of it is getting saved.

This is money that isjust being burned.

So this is a completelycomparable value to this $26,000.

So in this example — thisexample is not that far off from real values.

Out here in the Bay area, I canrent a $1 million house for about $3,000.

But in this situation I amburning, every year $41,500, where I could just rent the samehouse for $26,000 out of my pocket, when I adjustfor everything.

And then people a couple ofyears ago said, oh, but houses appreciate.

And that's what wouldmake it up.

But now you know, very recently– we know that that's not the case.

And in the next video, I'lldelve into this, and a little bit more.

I'll see you soon.

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How do I decide if its time To Sell my Laguna Niguel Home-Check it now

The market activity report for Laguna Niguel for theweek of March 23rd 2015 shows it's a seller's market.

The medianlist price now is $1,079,000.

And on the average it's taking 116 days to sell a home in Laguna Niguel and the days on the market are actuallyheading downward.

Although 37 percent of the homes had aprice decrease, it is currently a seller's market.

So,prices will resume their climb if the trend continues.

While the medianhome price in Laguna Niguel hasn't moved much in the last few weeks, we are relatively close to the high-water mark in pricing.

So, while prices are trending up,inventory is tightening and the days on the market is falling.

This is a great time to sell you Laguna Niguel home.

I'm Arna freedman, your real estateadvisor.

Stay tuned for the next market activityreport for Laguna Niguel, California.

You can also check your current homevalue report at viewmyhomesvalue.

Com and follow up on Twitter and Facebook.

Sign onto ehome.

Com today to get all theproperty information you need in Laguna Niguel.

Thank you.

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How to Use Social Media to Sell a Home in Northern Utah

We wanted to move to a warmer climate.

Mybody doesn’t seem to agree with the weather, and cold is not fun for me so we’ve decidedto move to Florida.

Speed wise was great too! We only showed for,what, about a month.

Felt like we always knew what was going on, and that we would know whatthe next steps were.

It was awesome! It was nice that it was verysocial media friendly and so we were able to share it online, and stuff.

We did geta couple people come to look at it from social media.

And I loved that when we arranged theshowings and stuff it was all like, I would get a text, or phone call, or whatever andso I always knew what was going on and could be prepared.

We’ve been telling people that you’reawesome! That Ann is awesome, and Joel is awesome! And that you guys made our houselook really great online and everything! That’s one thing we heard from our friendswas that, how cool the aerial shots were of the home and going through the home tour wasreally neat.

And it had a nice layout of the house available for people to see, insteadof just wondering how everything lined up with pictures and stuff.

Well, with us looking at new homes in Floridait’s so hard to figure out what the house really looks like, and the layout and everything.

It was so nice that our home, to sell, was great that way.

I didn’t like having tobe there when the people were coming to see the house.

Because they always have, like,negative comments or whatever, and I don’t want to hear that about my house.

So, it wasway better to have just a Realtor come and show them and us not to have to worry aboutit.

It was a really good experience.

Good experience!.

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