Articles By Nick Niesen

Published 12 Years Ago
Tips on Decorating Your House to Sell
When potential buyers step into your house, they want to see a clean, neat and attractively decorated house. What they DON?'T want to see is something so overly decorated they can?t imagine their own furniture and possessions in the house. Plus, too many

Published 12 Years Ago
Understanding Shingle Architecture
Shingle architecture helped define the look of many of America's most popular waterfront communities in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Reminiscent of the Queen Anne style, this building form helped residents make the most of lake and ocean real estate

Published 12 Years Ago
Lake Tahoe Real Estate Investments:
A Good Mix of Fun & Financial Benefits By Theresa Souers, president South Tahoe Association of Realtors Lake Tahoe: A Unique Location Lake Tahoe is perfectly situated just a few hours drive from the sophistication of San Francisco and just over the

Published 12 Years Ago
Kentucky Real Estate ? The Bluegrass State
From lush bluegrass to the music of the same name, Kentucky is undeniably the bluegrass state. Fortunately, Kentucky real estate prices won?t leave you blue. Kentucky When it comes to assumptions, leave yours at the door when considering Kentucky. This

Published 12 Years Ago
Tips For The Unexpected Landlord
In the advent of the sub prime mortgage crisis many homeowners are opting to rent properties as opposed to trying to sell in this unstable and already saturated market. But, land lording involves some savvy, so listen up and heed some valuable advice,

Published 12 Years Ago
Make Money As A Slumlord
Be a slumlord? Okay, I got your attention, now the truth. I really don't recommend that anyone endanger their renters with unsafe housing. Much of what people call slumlording though, is simply providing reasonable housing for those with low incomes. It

Published 12 Years Ago
Little Ideas That Bring Big Dollar Increases When Selling Your Home
by Dan Pool © 2006 When you're selling, home price is everything. Your goal is to maximize the amount you get for your home as much as possible. Many people believe that - in order to significantly raise their home's value - they must perform

Published 12 Years Ago
Home Seller: Estimating Your Market Value
The simple truth is that the market value of your home is what a buyer is willing to pay. An estimate of your home?s value is a prediction of what most buyers would be willing to pay at a given time. This prediction requires a close look at two factors:

Published 12 Years Ago
The Importance of Setting the Scene
The Importance of Setting the Scene: Staging a Home for Sale The booming real estate market of 2006 has reached a cooling off point for most places around the United States, and for some it has gone cold. Now, more than ever, staging a home for sale can

Published 12 Years Ago
Should You Tell Everything when Selling?
You may not know exactly how much to tell the potential buyer of your home about the property. Disclosure to potential home buyers about problems and issues has been a much debated subject. Many areas actually have laws that require certain disclosures to

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