Moving Advice: A Step Closer To A New Home

Moving Advice: A Few Steps Closer To A New Home🏡 No matter how many times you do it, moving doesn’t really get any easier. The concept of packing up everything you own into tidy boxes can be intimidating. Unless you have great friends and family with large SUVs, most people have to hire professional movers.…

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Caron Koteles Riha is a licensed Real Estate Broker with Real Estate One. Email, Text or Call Caron at (248)379-6651 or Caron@CaronKoteles.com

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What Is Homeowners Insurance?

A standard homeowners insurance policy includes coverage to help protect your home and belongings and provides some liability protection. Home insurance may help pay to repair your home or replace your belongings if they are damaged by certain perils, such as fire,hail,lighting,windstorm, and theft. If you finance your home with a mortgage, your lender will…

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How To Handle Bidding Wars

When selling or buying a home in a hot market, it is normal to get multiple offers. Sometimes, if the market is hot enough, the offers can start getting quite competitive, with bids going higher and higher. Like any product or service, the law of supply and demand impacts home prices. When the market supply…

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How do I correct information on Zillow and what is a Zestimate?

Understanding how Zillow gets it’s information: To make it sweet and simple…Brokers/Agents enter their listings into the MLS in their local area that they belong to. There are over 900 MLS’s across the United States, so clearly, this data ends up becoming pretty fragmented. The MLS data is then pushed to Zillow (and Trulia and other…

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Common questions I get asked on a listing appointment

“Should I price my home higher to leave room to negotiate” or “I am in no hurry to sell my house.” This is a question I get when I list a home. ..Many sellers believe that it is common for a buyer to offer lower than the house is listed for. In most cases, this…

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