Pre-Move • Update tags • Get vet records • Take time packing During Move • Meds + first aid • Keep in crate • Regular rest stops Post-Move • Find a new vet clinic • Start your new routine • Lay out your pet essentials
Move-in condition on this all brick two story home that’s located in the heart of Farragut. It’s situated on a large lot that offers a private backyard for your enjoyment. Check-out the video on this one:
Located in prestigous Victoria’s Inlet, this level 2.83 acre water front lot is a rare find. Check it out before it’s too late:
This home offers a wonderful corner lot along the perimeter of the subdivison with a view of open fields for a more private yard; check it out:
5.96 acres of lake front property that lays level to the water. Located in upscale Jackson Bend subdivison. Priced for a quick sale! Check-out the video:
Here are the results of a recent survey of more than 1,000 people ages 25 to 65:
64% say they prefer a move-in ready home 51% say they want their next home to be larger than their current home 29% say the kitchen is the most important feature in a home 22% say the master bedroom is important 18% say the living room is important
Here are some things that buyers are willing to give up in order to get certain amenities:
41% are willing to give up a location near public transportation 35% are willing to give up better schools and proximity to entertainment and shopping Not doing your homework Not understanding the seller Showing your cards Getting your heart set Trying to win
For assiatance with your next home purchase, contact the real estate professionals at Ferguson Realtors, who can lead you through the many details that are involved in a real estate tranaction. Call us toll-free at (800) 747-0713.
You can make the home buying process go much smoother for yourself and your agent if you can answer these 10 questions in the beginning:
Why buy and why buy now Are you working with a lender How many houses have you looked at already How do you prefer to be contacted What if we found the perfect house tomorrow What are your three favorite neighborhoods What is your favorite room in the house How important is outdoor/garage space How long do you think that you’ll live in the house that you buy What is a deal breaker for you
These tips came from a survey of 400 real estate professionals. These items are listed in order of importance, from most to least.
Get a home inspection to evaluate the safety and overall condition of the home Before you start your house hunting, get pre-approved for a mortgage Direct all communications with the seller through your real estate agent Get all agreements with the seller in writing Include important contingences in your offer, such as, financing and inspections Come up with realistic expections for a house based upon your budget
Source: Market Leader.com