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    How To Price Your Home For a Successful Sale

    By Nick Ratliff | August 1, 2014

    Whether you’re considering a sale of your Lexington real estate or you’re simply a curious homeowner, you’ve likely wondered how much your home is worth and what you might receive if you sold it. In this post we’ll share some tips and advice about how to establish the true value of your home and property... Read More

    What Does Your Comparative Market Analysis Mean?

    By Nick Ratliff | July 18, 2014

    The Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) is the instrument used by the real estate sector to establish price valuation of new listings. Real estate agents perform the CMA analysis, and present the results to seller clients. The CMA follows the logic of median price frequencies. A better aggregate measure for accountability of multiple listings in the... Read More

    What is Your Next Step in the Sale Process?

    By Nick Ratliff | July 3, 2014

    Lexington  is a city that is growing and evolving. At 33 years old, the median age in Lexington is well below the Kentucky state average. Young families are moving to Lexington and they, along with the rest of the buyer base, have established funds with which to buy a home. If you want your home to... Read More

    How to Lose a Buyer in 10 Days

    By Nick Ratliff | July 2, 2014

    Although experts have projected a full recover in the Lexington housing market, selling your home can still be quite a challenge, particularly if you find yourself competing with the wave of newly-constructed homes that are also benefiting from the upswing. In this market, the key to selling your pre-owned home lies in convincing potential buyers... Read More

    Selling by Summer’s End in Lexington

    By Nick Ratliff | June 25, 2014

    Lexington is an excellent place for families to relocate thanks to everything it has to offer in culture, outdoor activity and excellent school systems. There are plenty of things to see and do all throughout the year and there are many advantages for residential home owners who would like to place their Lexington area home... Read More

    Open Houses Kentucky Style: “Selling it with Sorghum”

    By Nick Ratliff | June 19, 2014

    Thanks to the internet, home buyers and sellers have a plethora of information at their fingertips. From a home’s selling history to the size of each room, type of construction and plenty of pictures, you can learn almost anything you want about a property. Oftentimes these resources make open houses obsolete, but in a few... Read More

    How to Make Buyers Never Want to Leave

    By Nick Ratliff | June 19, 2014

    Lexington is home to neighborhoods filled with the best of the best in entertainment, food and pure Kentucky culture along with fantastic homes for families in all stages of life. From smaller historic neighborhoods with gorgeous tree-lined streets to neighborhoods perfect for hip couples, the city offers it all. When you focus on the lifestyle... Read More

    Ins and Outs of Your Lexington Home Appraisal

    By Nick Ratliff | June 17, 2014

    A homeowner who is trying to sell a home and attract a buyer needs to know the value of their property. In the appraisal process, the value of a home is determined by an appraiser who is thoroughly informed regarding property values in your real estate market. When a home is appraised, the appraiser examines... Read More

    What Buyers Want to Hear Most and Sellers Forget to Mention

    By Nick Ratliff | May 27, 2014

    The real estate market constantly changes and fluctuates. One year, it’s a seller’s market with sellers demanding high prices, and the next year, it’s a buyer’s market with buyers getting low prices on great homes. As Lexington is home to the University of Kentucky and a wide range of other activities and attractions, it remains... Read More

    Popularity of College Town Lifestyle Rises for All Ages

    By Nick Ratliff | May 19, 2014

    Retirement trends have changed in recent years with the influx of the highly mobile and adventurous baby boomer generation. Many of the traditional patterns once seen in individuals entering retirement years no longer apply. The people who make up one of the biggest generations of the twentieth century are seeking to distance themselves from the... Read More

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