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Apr
05

Hot new home listing in Dearborn MI

Hot New Home Listing

7727 Orchard Street, Dearborn

Price: $59,900

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If you are planing to sell your Dearborn or Dearborn Heights Michigan area home or if you are in the market to Buy a home or real estate in Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Garden City, Westland, Redford, Livonia, Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Allen Park, Taylor or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburb, Contact Steve Hatfield today.

For more information about this home visit my web site at: www.HomeMoves.com There you will also find complete and in-depth information about Buying or Selling real estate in the Dearborn Michigan area or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburbs.

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Aug
28

Quick fixes for a swift home sale

(ARA) – First impressions are everything when it comes to selling a home, and peeling paint, stained carpets and unpleasant odors can be an instant turn-off for buyers. Fortunately, you can take simple and inexpensive steps to prep your home for a quick, top-dollar sale.

Freshen up:
Paint is an easy, cost-effective way to improve any interior, and a new coat can make all the difference in selling your home. Cracked or peeling paint will repel potential buyers, and faded or boring walls can create a lackluster overall appearance.

Make your home stand out with a fresh coat in a vibrant color, such as those found in Dutch Boy’s Crayola palette. Perfect for showcasing a finished basement, kids’ room or accent wall anywhere in the home, these bright

Quick Fixes For A Swift Home Sale

Quick Fixes For A Swift Home Sale

shades will make any space “pop.” With 96 colors to choose from – from Marshmallow and Ice Pop, to Wild Strawberry and Inch Worm – you’re sure to find a shade to help make your home memorable. And as you are updating walls with new color, use a paint that not only adds beauty but also reduces odors. Along with the exceptional coverage Dutch Boy is known for, Refresh features Arm & Hammer Odor Eliminating Technology to rid your home of unwanted odors, leaving your home smelling clean and inviting. Available for walls, trim and ceilings, use Refresh throughout the home to create a pleasant walk-through experience. Add a few scented candles or potpourri to make the home even more appealing to buyers’ noses.

Little fixes:
The little things can make a big difference when it comes to the appearance of your home. Many buyers are looking to make as few improvements as possible, and even tiny cosmetic repairs can seem like a huge project. The more move-in-ready your house appears, the faster it will sell, and more likely buyers will be willing to pay the asking price. Some easy fixes include replacing broken counter and floor tiles, patching holes in any surfaces, making sure all lights work properly and doors open and close smoothly.

Organize and de-personalize:
To give your home a spacious showroom feel, take time to remove any superfluous “stuff.” Show off your kitchen countertops by storing unnecessary appliances, clear the sink and dishwashing machine, and organize refrigerator contents. Keep the bathroom vanity clear of personal items, neatly fold or hang clean towels, and clear or cover clothing hampers. Organize your cupboards, closets and drawers to maximize the appearance of your home’s storage capabilities.

Clearing your home of visible clutter will not only make it seem more spacious but also make it easier for potential buyers to picture it as their own. Minimize family photos and personal items to help visitors more easily see themselves – and their things – in your home.

Curb appeal:
First impressions can make a world of difference, so don’t neglect your home’s exterior as you prepare to sell. The mailbox should be in good condition and the house number easily visible from the street. Keep exterior doors, including garage doors, free of flaking or fading paint and freshen the trim around windows and shutters. A fresh coat of paint on the front door can add to your home’s curb appeal and affixing a seasonal display of flowers or a festive wreath on the front door also makes a warm, welcoming statement.

A few simple projects can vastly improve your home’s overall appearance, and with these tips, your home will be sold in no time.

If you are planing to sell your Dearborn Michigan area home or if you are in the market to Buy a home or real estate in Dearborn MI, Dearborn Heights, Garden City, Westland, Redford, Livonia, Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Allen Park, Taylor or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburb, Contact me by clicking here today.

Visit my web site at: www.DearbornHomes.com for complete and in-depth information about Buying or Selling a home or real estate in the Dearborn Michigan area or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburbs.

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Jul
02

Dearborn MI Area Real Estate Update For July 2012

Below you will find a brief summary of the current Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan real estate market as of July 1, 2012.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and for sale

  • 222- Single Family Homes
  • 39 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 25 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold but not yet closed

  • 267 – Single Family Homes
  • 7 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 18 – Multi-Family Homes

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Jun
01

Dearborn MI Area Real Estate Update For June 2012

Below you will find a brief summary of the current Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan real estate market as of June 1, 2012.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and for sale

  • 220- Single Family Homes
  • 32 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 29 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold but not yet closed

  • 275 – Single Family Homes
  • 9 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 15 – Multi-Family Homes

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Feb
02

Dearborn MI Area Real Estate Update February 2012

 

Below you will find a brief summary of the current Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan area real estate market as of February 1, 2012.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and listed for sale

  • 238 – Single Family Homes
  • 25 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 24 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold but not yet closed

  • 268 – Single Family Homes
  • 9 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 16 – Multi-Family Homes

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Jan
02

Dearborn MI area 2011 Year End Real Estate Sales Update

 

 

Below you will find a brief year end summary of the current real estate market as of December 31. 2011 for Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

 Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and for sale

  • 315 – Single Family Homes
  • 27 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 25 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold in 2011 but not yet closed

  • 274 – Single Family Homes
  • 11 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 18 – Multi-Family Homes

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