There’s more than one way to win a bidding war. If you find yourself competing with multiple offers on the same house, know that there are others ways to sway favor in your direction other than offering more money.
The trick is to make your offer stand-out and to encourage the seller to make an emotional connection with it. You can think of it as a way to “sell your offer” to the home seller, and, in our experience, an offer letter is a perfect way to do it.
As an upscale subdivision development in Fenton, Michigan, The Hills of Tyrone provides an exceptional suburban lifestyle just minutes from dining, shopping and expressways. Here you’ll find estate lots set amidst natural beauty reminiscent of Northern Michigan.
The development consists of 150 single-family estate lots, with room for an additional 50 spread out over acres of rolling topography and terrain in two separate neighborhoods. While each neighborhood offers different characteristics, both of the neighborhoods offer owners the chance to build or purchase their dream home in beautiful natural settings.
We have a process that we have perfected over decades of experience that will help you rationalize your thoughts.
Not only will you come away with a better understanding of the current market, but you will also learn about pricing your home, preparing your home, photographing your home, marketing, and much more.
When you agree to a Market Analysis with Trish Hartwick you will get her full attention and expertise working for you.
Where should you start? A good starting point might be to See What Your House is Worth on our online evaluation tool? Keep in mind that this tool is based on recent sales and might not take into account lots of factors in regards to your home.
Did you know that you can research home values, save homes you are interested in, see what the market is doing, and find much more useful information about our Northern Michigan Real Estate News Blog .
Doing your homework about loans will save you both time and money. There are thousands of loans out there to choose from, but it is important to keep in mind several key factors that will help you along the way:
- How much money should I put down?
- How is my credit?
- Is this my first home?
Receiving a loan requires completion of a loan application and specific financial documents including pay stubs, rental checks and/or tax returns. You can receive a loan from a number of different financial institutions, namely: commercial banks, credit unions, mortgage bankers, mortgage brokers, savings and loan associations, mutual savings banks and insurance companies.