Real Estate Tips

With over 30 years of experience as a broker, Sandra Pouland has been helping clients with their real estate needs, whether buying or selling residential property, commercial property, as well as lots, land, or rentals.

Here are several real estate tips for buyers and sellers:

  • Buyers’ FAQs

    Where do I start? Buying a home is an exciting proposition. For most people, it's not an impulse decision. You might want to spend some time driving around neighborhoods, looking at homes for sale in the newspaper and on Web sites, and talking to your friends about their home buying experiences. After a while, you will get a general idea of … [Read Full Article Here...]

    Planning The Move

    It's really never too soon to begin planning for a move. The planning process means a lot of organizing. If you plan well, the whole process can be much easier to handle. Your new home is well worth the effort. You should start your moving process at least 8 weeks before the actual day. Here is a helpful checklist and timetable to make your move a … [Read Full Article Here...]

    The Buying Process

    Choosing a REALTOR® Buying a home is one of the largest purchases and biggest decisions of your life. The first thing to do is to find a REALTOR® you trust. Ask your friends and relatives who have bought homes recently for their recommendations. Or, you can use the find-a-REALTOR® search to locate a REALTOR® in your area. Before working with … [Read Full Article Here...]

    Sellers’ FAQs

    Where do I start? For many people, the first step they take when selling a home is to contact a REALTOR®. You also may want to do some informal research looking at ads in the paper and on the Internet to get a general idea for asking prices of homes like yours. How do I find a REALTOR®? Recommendations from friends and acquaintances can be … [Read Full Article Here...]

    17 Simple Things To Make Your Home More Marketable

    1.  Make sure your entrance way says, "Hey, look at me!"   2.  Prune dead limbs from trees.   3.  Paint (or touch up) exterior, and repair screens and windows.   4.  Clean your windows.   5.  Check A/C and heating systems.   6.  Fix leaky faucets, toilets, and faulty lights.   7.  Vacuum drapes and … [Read Full Article Here...]