49002 Cinnamon Fern Common #202, Fremont, CA
$ Click for current price
3 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 1385 SQUARE FEET
Rare single level 3 Bedrooms 2 bath luxury condo* Elevator* Contemporary style* Bright, spacious and open floor plan* Only 7 years new* Granite counter top with full back splash* Stainless Steel Appliances* Washer and Dryer* Park facing unit with balcony* Central AC* Owner purchased additional storage* Corner Unit* Gated community* Club House with kitchen* GYM* Kids play area* Two underground parking spaces* Master bedroom with walk-in-closet and built-in-shelves* Upgraded bathrooms and Carpet* Formal Entry* Excellent schools - Warm Spring Elementary (API 978), John M. Horner Junior High (API 920) Irvington High(API 884) buyer to verify schools* Close to the shopping* Conveniently located to 680 and 880* Close to future Warm Springs BART which is targeted to open in fall 2016. A must see!
Showing your home is essential in the real estate business. After all, who would purchase a property sight unseen? When a potential buyer stops in, here are eight recommended tips to follow when showing your home:
Tip # 1: Welcome Your Buyers graciously greet your potential home buyers and invite them to look around. Make sure that you instruct them to take their time and to ask any questions that they may have.
Tip # 2: Be flexible Many home buyers are on a tight schedule, whether it be work, school or other commitments. Time is tough to come by, so try to be flexible about allowing potential buyers to tour your home.
Tip # 3: Climate control When a buyer comes into your home, they do not want to feel cold in the winter or overly stuffy in the summer. Make sure that the temperature is comfortable. Otherwise, your buyer may not spend as much time in the home as necessary in order to form an accurate opinion. The last thing you want is a buyer who’s in a hurry to leave.
Tip # 4: Quick cleaning If you have enough time before the buyer shows up, run the vacuum over the floors and make sure that any clutter is cleaned up. A clean home appears larger, while a cluttered one gives the appearance of being too small. If you really want to impress your potential buyers, place a plate of freshly baked cookies on the dining room table. When they walk into your home, they will be greeted by the wonderful smell.
Tip # 5: Animal Control – If you have pets, remove them from the home temporarily or place them in a contained space, such as a kennel, exercise pen or carrier. This will allow buyers to tour the home without being distracted by a nervous animal, which could result in a nervous buyer.
Tip # 6: Light The Way – Your home should appear open and bright, even if it’s a winter day, so open the curtains and turn on the lights throughout the home. Buyers will not likely be drawn to a dark, dimly lit house.
Tip # 7: Educate Your Buyers – When someone is looking for a home, they are looking for more than the perfect floor plan. If you have recently had the home appraised or inspected, place copies of each report on the dining room table. Purchasing a home is a big step, and buyers will be drawn to a home that has everything out on the table, so to speak.
Tip # 8: Ask For Feedback – Once the potential buyer has completed their tour, invite their feedback by placing comment cards in the home. The information provided could be potentially helpful during your next home showing, and it will make the potential buyer feel as though you value their opinion.
Moving can be a stressful time, however, there are several things that you can do to make your move a smooth one. If you know that you’re moving ahead of time, it’s a good idea to start packing as early as possible. Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day and, unless you have to be out in a hurry, it’s better to take your time and remember every little detail now than to find yourself with the moving blues later.
Try to find used boxes or reusable containers to pack your belongings. A great place to look for them is online through sites such as Craigslist, and it will even save you money. Some moving companies also offer this service.
Use old newsprint or your towels to pack fragile items, rather than using bubble wrap.
Take yourself off mailing lists for publications you no longer want or need. This will mean that your junk mail will not move with you, and you’ll save trees at the same time.
Use environmentally-friendly products to clean your home after the move. This will also make getting into the habit of using these products in your new home easier.
Practice your new earth-friendly habits in your new home. Once you are settled in your new home keep the green movement going by setting up a recycling center, using green products for decorating and renovating, and employing green gardening
Short sales are considered preferable to foreclosures because
Short sales lessen the impact on the surrounding community or neighborhood
Short sale won’t damage the distressed owner’s credit as much as a foreclosure example, if the borrower is still current with other payments, a short sale may lower the borrower’s credit score by as little as 50 points
Foreclosure On the other hand foreclosure can have an impact on the surrounding community and can lower credit score by 200 points or more.
Foreclosure remains a public record and on credit history for seven years.
1. Faster Sales Time
2. Best Sales Price
3. Staged homes look better in print
4. It captures buyers attention.
5. It stands out in the crowd
6. Marketing Advantage over non-staged homes
7. Appraisers are more likely to appraise Staged homes at full value.
8. Tax Advantages – Staging may be tax deductible as a service done
to specifically prepare your home for sale.
Home Staging is professionally preparing homes for sale, so that they appeal to
the most amount of buyers and generate the highest price in the least amount of
time on market. Staged Homes traditionally present themselves better than the
competition by being clean, clutter-free, and ready to show to prospective