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Five Ways a Real Estate Professional Can Help Sell Your Home and Make More Profit
Statistics consistently demonstrate that when homeowners sell their houses through a professional real estate agent, they get a higher price than if they do it themselves. If you’re considering listing your house for sale, here are five ways a real estate agent will help you sell and maximize your profit:
1. More Marketing Power
Most buyers start their search for a home by going online. When you go through an agent… Read More
These Three Space Savers
Help Corral Clutter
If you’ve run out of places to put your things, then it’s smart to invest in some new storage options to help corral the clutter and keep your home organized. Consider these three space-saving items.
Utilizing the space under your bed as storage is perfect for items you don’t use very often. Plastic containers that slide under the bed are great for storing out-of-season…Read More
Do You Know the Warning Signs of Mold and Mildew?
Mold and mildew problems are common in areas with high moisture. When left unaddressed, the tell-tale black or gray splotches can rapidly spread out of control. Mold will damage your health and your home. When you see any of these warning signs, it’s important to act quickly so the damage doesn’t spread.
Musty smells. A musty odor in your basement, attic, or crawl space is often the first sign of a mold or mildew problem, so let your nose be your guide.
Water leaks. Damp spots on the walls or ceilings could be signs of water leaks, and if left unaddressed, they could lead to mold and mildew… Read More
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I met Lisa a few years ago through a coworker. Lisa gave me a call to introduce herself, explain the home buying process on an entry level and then wanted to know what I was looking for in a home. She set up a profile and I was on my way looking for a new house. The whole process was pretty easy, we set up a time to look at houses. Lisa and her staff takes a great deal of pride in what they do by creating a binder for all the properties you’ll see on that day. After looking for a couple months and car troubles that got in the way, I took a year break from house hunting. Lisa would always check in to see how things were going, no pressure at all trying to find a house. In October of 2018 we started the search again. After a day of viewing 14 houses/condos the second to last condo was the winner. Lisa knows this business and takes the time to really know what the customer wants. Her expertise of the area and what to look at while touring a property was amazing, she pointed out details that I never thought of. I would recommend Wenzel Select Properties to anyone who is looking to buy/sell a home. They are very professional, knowledgeable, and courteous. Lisa is a caring, personable professional who is always thinking of the soon to be homeowner. When I am looking for another home in the future I will definitely call Lisa! Thanks for everything!
Congratulations to Sara on the purchase of her new home!
Congratulations to Dariusz on the purchase of his new investment property!
Thank you for allowing WSP to assist you with your most valuable investment.
Lisa M. Wenzel
Managing Real Estate Broker
Seven Functional Updates to
Make Your Kitchen
If your kitchen could use some updating, consider these functional upgrades that make your kitchen a more efficient workspace and give it a beautiful new look.
1. New Faucet Modernize your kitchen by replacing your faucet. Don’t just settle for something basic. Try something that’s designed for adding convenience, like a faucet that also functions as a pullout sprayer. Or, maybe… Read More
Now Is a Good Time to List
Your Home for Sale
The lack of inventory is leaving potential buyers with fewer options; this results in increased competition among buyers, which ultimately drives up home prices. At the end of December, there were 1.4 million units available for sale, down 14.6% month over month and 8.5% year over year. At the current sales pace, December’s unsold inventory would supply the housing market for only three months. In comparison, there was a 3.7-month supply both a month ago and a year ago. What’s more, for the past seven months, unsold inventory totals have declined year over year… Read More