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Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale   Today, we want to share 3 valuable tips to help you improve the value of your home. When we meet with prospective sellers, we explain that the most important thing in today's market is preparing your home for the market. Although you need to market your home aggressively and price it accurately, the biggest differentiating factor is how well a home is prepared for sale. Prior to going on the market, keep these tips in mind:
  • Remove wallpaper: Although it's making a comeback, prospective buyers want to put their own touches on the house. They are looking for neutral, earth-tone paint colors, and want to avoid the headaches that
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A lot of sellers have come to us lately with a dilemma. They are getting ready to move into a new home, but can't decide whether they should sell their current home, or rent it out in hopes of turning it into an investment property and a steady cash-flow.

Many people choose to sell simply because they can't afford owning two homes, and they need to sell their current home to be able to purchase a new one. Others want to sell because they are moving out of the area, or want to use the extra cash for another investment. Either way, this is the option that most people choose.

Becoming a landlord is a personal decision that has both positive and
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Today I'd like to spread awareness about mistakes that homebuyers in St. Louis frequently make. Some of these mistakes are fairly obvious, but some are rather complex. We've noticed some common mistakes, and we're going to show you how you can avoid them today.
One mistake is that buyers buy with emotion. A buyer may love a home, but end up disliking the neighborhood, and this can be very problematic. Just because you fall in love with the first floor of the home doesn't mean that you have to buy it.
You should make rational decisions when you buy, and not get caught up in the emotion of purchasing a home. Think practically about
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Hey everyone, today I am going to discuss multiple offers with you, as they have become more and more common in St. Louis as of late. 

In St. Louis, multiple offer situations have been occurring lately, but not in every market, or in every neighborhood for that matter. What's happening is the buyers are looking for move-in ready homes that are priced right, and they will pay a little more to be able to move right in.

From a buyer's perspective, how do you craft a winning offer? Often, it's not all about the price, it's about the terms. If you give the seller the terms they want, they are much more likely to choose your offer. 

For sellers,
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"The Gellman team was very professional. We were very impressed with the way they handled our property.

It was a wonderful experience. We've done a number of real estate deals and this one was made easier and more pleasant.

Mark and his team are incredible. Mark and his team were by far the best and managed to sell it for us, so we're happy. They're just very professional, they think of everything for you, and they make it easy."
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