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8 Reasons to Buy a Home in Central Ohio Now…

Posted by Jody Deeds on November 12, 2009

It’s a GREAT Time to Buy in Central Ohio – 8 Reasons to Buy a Home

1. Columbus is named one of the most AFFORDABLE places to RETIRE, according to U.S. News & World Report (October 2009)

2. Delaware County ranked #8 in the U.S. for the YOUNG & WEALTHY population nationwide (defined as 25-34 year olds, making over $100K annually), according to NielsenWire (September 2009)

3. Columbus is on top 10 list of cities across the country when it comes to Best Places for FINDING A JOB (August 2009)

4. Columbus made the Best Places to RAISE KIDS out of 52 cities across the nation, according to BusinessWeek

5. Ohio had the most cities on the list of top 30 nationwide that are the most WIRED (broadband connected), according to Forbes.com (January 2009)

6. Columbus is names as one of the top 100 PLACES to LIVE, according to RelocateAmerica (July 2009)

7. Columbus ranked #7 on Sperlings BestPlaces list of MANLIEST cities in the U.S.

8. Columbus is ranked the 8th Most STABLE market in the U.S., according to PMI Mortgage Insurance Corp.

Remember, not only do you have 8 great reasons to buy in Columbus, but you also have the HOMEBUYERS TAX CREDIT that is still available to FIRST TIME buyers for $8,000 and even MOVE-UP repeat home buyers FOR $6,500.

INTEREST RATES continue to be low, with an average of 5.06% for a 30year fixed loan, according to Bankrate.com.

If you or someone you know is considering a move, call me a call today at 614-755-9566 or visit us online at www.columbushomes4sale.com

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Attention Sellers: Top 5 Nasty Little Homebuyer Turnoffs

Posted by Jody Deeds on November 10, 2009

ATTENTION HOME SELLERS: TOP 5 NASTY LITTLE HOMEBUYER TURNOFFS.

Ok…you or your Realtor have done a great job marketing your home and the showings are starting to schedule nicely. Don’t blow your first impression chance by doing these little things that immediately turn buyers off and make them run out the door, down the street and into the door of another home for sale instead of yours.

Who would think that these little tiny things could do so much damage? And…ultimately cost you, the seller, more money. Your home sits. You pay more carrying costs for mortgage and utilities. Oh yeah…and that house you had your eye on…well…you might just miss out on a 30% equity advantage by purchasing now while the market is down.

So here they are. The top 5 nasty little buyer turn offs.

1. TOILETS. Flush them, clean them and close them for your open houses and showings. YUK!

2. PET ODORS. Cats are the worst and most difficult to rid the house of. But, any pet odors that smack you as soon as you walk in the door is sure to keep those buyers from making that offer.

3. FRITO SMELLS. OK..not really Frito chips, but those oh so stinky dirty laundry baskets, closets full of stinky shoes and other closet, laundry room and shoe nook smells. Please Fabreeze.

4. TRASH. The saying, “One mans trash is another mans treasure”, well NOT so much when trying to sell your home. Empy those trashcans and get rid of the funk.

5. BACKYARD POO POO. Unless you want your doggies poo poo dragged into your home, you might want to get rid of the stuff before buyers arrive. Nothing screams BUY ME, like smelly poo on your shoe.

There are plenty of others, but this will get your started. Think about how buyers will see your home and what they expect.

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