With tax day approaching, a few of the tax deductions Reno home sellers might want to know about involve property taxes, mortgage interest, moving costs, expenses involved with selling their home, home improvement/repairs, and capital gains. Some of these will be going away for next year’s filing.
Be prepared for your Reno open house by following my “to do” list. Pay particular attention to the cleanliness, clutter, valuables, lighting, staging, your curb appeal, pets, and even yourself.
If you’ve decided that 2018 is the year to sell your Reno home, you shouldn’t hesitate. Put it on the market now. Huge buyer demand has driven up prices. Interest rates are low. Buyers want to become homeowners. If you wait, it might cost you.
When selling your Reno home, you are legally required to fill out a Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Form. On this form, you will be asked about the known condition of your property. This includes issues that may have occurred before you owned the property. Disclosure requirements vary from state to state. What do you need to […]
When marketing to Reno home buyers, don’t forget to pay special attention to the first-time homebuyer and millennial crowd. Also, make sure your marketing is mobile-friendly.