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Instead of focusing on things you need to “fix” with your New Year’s resolutions, like losing weight or quitting smoking, why not focus on one thing that would be a nice addition to your life this year? Not a “should,” but a frivolous, fun change that you can do all year long.
For instance, spend the year becoming great at Thai cooking, or writing a book, or replacing your entire wardrobe. Whatever it is, make it something fun or interesting to you.
In other words, don’t pick something just because it would be “good for you” (though don’t pick some-thing that would be harmful either). Think of it as something that pulls you forward, rather than something that pushes against your will.
What do you get out of “fun” resolutions vs. “should” resolutions? You’re more likely to do something fun. And if you’re successful doing something new for yourself this year, then you benefit from higher self-esteem and the good that comes from the new thing itself. Since you’re statistically unlikely to keep your “should” resolutions anyway, then “fun” resolutions will give you a greater sense of accomplishment.
Cincinnati, OH 45220
4 beds | 3 baths | 1,732 sqft
Listing price: $249,900.00
Blue Ash, OH 45241
4 beds | 2 bath | 1,008 sqft
Listing price: $219,900
I wanted to give a well-researched answer to this question. Most everyone you ask who has any knowledge of the subject will tell you that spring is the best time to sell a house.
And guess what? The data supports that. And it's not just because it's the end of winter and buyers are starting to come out into the sunshine. It's also due to the psychological effect of the New Year. New Year, new start. During the months of February and March, mortgage inquiries rise as buyers begin making the decision to buy as part of their New Year's resolutions.
That means there are simply more buyers on the market, and they're wanting houses... so it's a great time to sell. As a home seller, your pricing can be competitive and you can negotiate from a position of strength.
Call for a FREE listing consultation as soon as possible, so we have plenty of time to do what's needed to get your home ready for the market.
Selling your home can be an exciting, but stressful time. Luckily you are not alone in this process. Finding the right listing agent is key to having a successful, smooth experience. Your listing agent will help you price and market your home, negotiate with home buyers, and walk you through home inspection and closing. You want to find someone who has your best interest in mind and is knowledgeable and experienced. Select an agent about six to eight weeks before putting your home on the market. Ask friends and family for recommendations, do thorough review searches online, and conduct in-depth interviews with several agents before making a final decision. During each interview, make sure you clearly state your goals for the sale and what you are looking for in an agent. To help you pick the best agent for you, here’s what you should consider.
We are fully committed and ready to take you through an incredible adventure of selling your beautiful home.
We will sit down and analyze the current market with you, in order to formulate a strategic plan of action. This plan will expose your property to the largest amount of potential buyers searching for your specific product. More often than not, this includes creating and syndicating your unique listing to over 200+ websites, holding open houses, conducting agent-to-agent networking, reverse prospecting, and more. We will do everything in our power to get you the best price obtainable, in the least amount of time, with the least inconvenience to you. You will constantly be in the know, as you’ll be provided with detailed market reports, and frequent communication by us, every step of the way.
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