As a lifetime resident of Jacksonville and the greater Onslow County, few local realtors offer the same insight that I do. I have witnessed first-hand the phenomenal changes in our infrastructure throughout the years and I am in tune with the city and county's future.
I was raised in Jacksonville and graduated from Jacksonville High School. Upon graduation and after a brief departure, I relocated to Sneads Ferry to raise a family of my own. While there, I established lasting ties with the community as a mother of three sons. Through my daily interaction with the community, I established my reputation as an energetic, friendly, trustworthy, and hardworking individual. I am much more than your agent I am your neighbor.
Today, I work in Jacksonville with my husband, a retired Marine Corps officer. Between my husband's bonds with the local military and my local connections, we have a vast network that enables us to understand home buyer/home seller concerns from a variety of vantage points.
From the moment we decide to work together, whether buying or selling you will have our undivided attention. We will satisfy your goals and celebrate your accomplishments. We want to assure you that we are committed, and will provide honesty, integrity, and excellence in our services to you.
Decorating the walls in your home should be fun, but when it comes to hanging larger pieces of art or décor, it’s easy to feel a bit intimidated. Of course, hanging a small clock can be as simple as sticking a nail in the wall. But what should you do about that wall mirror you just purchased? Or the hanging plant that’s starting to become…well, a sitting plant? I want to help you make all your wall decorating dreams come true. This lists the tools you’ll need to place heavier items while walking you through simple steps for actually hanging the pieces — and how to plug up the nail holes when you move them.
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Any time you’re working with a client to sell their home, you know that showing their home is perhaps the most important part in ensuring that offers come in and the home sells! As such, there are countless tips on what you should and should not have your clients do prior to showing their home. Some suggestions are more popular than others, and ultimately you as the agent should be knowledgeable enough to know what will work for the home that you’re trying to sell. With that in mind, let’s take a look at a few tips that will help your client's home look even better during a showing!
#1 Price Point
Pricing your home for the current market is important for maximum exposure and ultimately, a satisfactory sale.
- Factors that determine a property's value: location, design, amenities, competing properties, economic conditions
- Factors that have little or no influence:
price the seller originally paid; the amount spent on improvements
#2 Property Condition
The condition of your property will have a lot to do with the selling price and how quickly it will sell. If there are repairs needed, or if professional staging is required, I will be there to assist and offer my guidance and network.
#3 Market Conditions
The real estate market is always fluctuating, and as your agent, I will be able to discuss the pros and cons of listing during varied market conditions.
#4 Market Exposure
I will focus will be on what we're able to control - market exposure and negotiating offers. I want to get the most qualified buyers into your home, in the least amount of time, and with minimal inconvenience. With a comprehensive marketing plan, your home will get noticed in any market.