Inventory in San Antonio and the surrounding areas is at an all time low, but I am sure there are perhaps many homeowners, who are thinking about getting their homes on the market in time for the spring and summer months. My friend, Ms. Anita Clark, from Warner Robins, GA has prepared and shared a wonderful infographic in one of her recent posts to help any seller anywhere prepare their homes to go on the market, and Get Them Sold! If you are ready to place on home on the market in San Antonio, TX, or just thinking about it, just give me a call at 210-789-4216 for a FREE Market Analysis and Listing Consultation.
The Ultimate Sellers Guide
There are so many things sellers need to know as they prep their home for the local market. This Ultimate Seller's Checklist will help identify some of the "big rock" items that potential sellers need to keep in mind as they gear up to get their home listed and SOLD in any real estate market!
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~ Anita ~
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San Antonio, TX 78217
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