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Are you thinking of buying a home in the Grand Junction, CO area?

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Finding the right home can be a difficult process but no matter what you are looking for as an experienced Grand Junction, CO real estate agent I can provide you with the resources you need to make the home buying process simpler, from specific Grand Junction, CO neighborhood information, to tools to estimate your mortgage payments, and buyer resources and articles that will help you through the home buying process.
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No matter which market you’re in, you can use the marketing programs and experience of a qualified Grand Junction, CO real estate agent like us to help sell your home quickly and at the right price. Learn more about my service, see information about recent home sales in Grand Junction, CO, or contact us to get started today!
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 “Why Choose Us”

Understand the marketing plan.

Creating the marketing plan is one of the most important things I will do for you. Depending on the kind of home you have and where it’s located, you may want ads in the paper, print ads in real estate magazines, open houses, mailings, Internet advertising, incorporating a professional photographer as well as a professional videographer using the latest drone technology or a combination of these marketing efforts. I am a Premier Zillow agent which means he can feature listings above agents who do not subscribe to this prestigious service. I make information about your house available seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.

Stay in the driver’s seat.

As a  longtime resident of Mesa County I know the local real estate market and stays on top of the most recent technology to market your home effectively. I will show you information about the local market and the most recent trends in marketing so you’re in a position to make informed decisions about your home. When I make recommendations it is based on over ten years experience. Never be afraid to ask why something is or is not being done to sell your home. You are the client, and you are in charge.

Ask whether your agent offers any other services to simplify your move.

Real estate agents run their own small business, so you’ll find some, who offer additional services. These services could include staging your home, hiring movers or an electrician, plumber or handy person to get your home ready for market.

Do not judge by commission alone.

I am not a part time agent. I am not open just from 1:00- 3:00 o’clock Monday through Friday. I am available to host open houses on weekends and to answer your questions after business hours.

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Do Not Make These Home Inspection Mistakes

Most people realize that they need to have a property inspector come out to the home they are considering buying, but they don’t always realize there is a bit more to the process than simply choosing the first inspector they find. In this post, we’ll look at some of the most common mistakes and problems that people have when it comes to the inspections.

Sometimes, buyers who are building a new construction home don’t feel as though they need an inspection. This could be a huge mistake though. Even though the home might seem as though it is up to code and has passed inspections by the county or city, you need to have an inspection that you pay for just so you can be sure everything is up to par with the home. Never assume that things are right just because they are new.

Some homebuyers do not even go along on the inspection of the property because they know they will receive a written report. Even though they might get a report, they really do need to go on the inspection so the inspector can actually point out the problems and explain them more clearly.

Buyers must always follow up on the findings and recommendations from the inspectors before they close on the property. They need to make sure that the sellers know about and correct the issues, or come to an agreement where they lower the price of the property, for example. If the seller decides to fix the issues, the buyer should have the same inspector return to the property after the repairs are complete to make sure they actually fix the issue and are not merely providing a cosmetic fix.

Finally, some buyers feel that they don’t really need to have an inspection after all. They trust the seller. Even if the seller is trustworthy though, you need to have a professional opinion on the condition of the house.

Resource: http://www.bankrate.com/finance/real-estate/5-biggest-home-inspection-mistakes-1.aspx