Choose A Seasoned Professional to Sell Your Home

There’s nothing wrong with saving a few cents here or there, but when it comes to seeking medical help, building decent stock portfolio, or dealing with something as ugly as an IRS audit, it’s better to seek out a professional’s advice.

Buying or selling real estate also fits in that category. Remember, you’re dealing with one of the largest assets you’ll ever own! Don’t waste time doing it the “self-service way.” This is an important and life-affecting decision! To insure a fast sale for top dollar or to find a home that matches your criteria for a reasonable price, work with as seasoned professional.

Pricing

Overpricing:

  • Can reduce agent showing
  • Can minimize advertising response
  • Can eliminate interested buyers
  • Can attract unsuitable buyers
  • Can eliminate potential offers
  • Can help to sell competitive homes that are also for sale
  • Can cause complications with the appraisal
  • Can increase holding costs
  • Can increase maintenance costs
  • Proper Pricing
  • Can create a faster sale
  • Can minimize hassles and inconveniences
  • Can attract the right buyer
  • Can increase agent showings
  • Can encourage strong offers
  • Can increase net proceeds
  • Can create a sense of urgency in the buyer
  • Can encourage multiple offers
  • Can cause compliant buyers
  • Can create less buyer’s remorse

    Shasta Family Justice Center Hosts Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social

    Hey there all of you Shasta County residents. This Satuday come out and support the fundraiser that Shasta Family Justice Center is hosting. I know this post is not in regards to the current real estate market, but this is still good enough to share with everyone and I hope to see you out there.

    Shasta Family Justice Center Hosts Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social
     
    REDDING, Calif. –  The Shasta Family Justice Center (SFJC) will host a Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social in the Atrium at the Market Street Promenade in Redding on Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Tickets cost $5 and kids under 10-years-old are free.  Tickets can be purchased at Leatherby’s Family Creamery in Downtown Redding, Keller Williams on Churn Creek Rd. and online at www.enjoymagazine.net.
        As part of the event, the SFJC and Leatherby’s will be hosting an Ice Cream Making contest.  Participants are required to register at Leatherby’s for $10 per flavor.  They will receive a container and official rules for the event.  Each entry will only require one pint of ice cream and will need to be dropped off at Leatherby’s by March 11, 2011 at 6 p.m.  The winner of the contest will have their ice cream featured as the flavor of the month at Leatherby’s and receive a $75 gift certificate to the restaurant.  There will be prizes for second and third place too.
        The Sock Hop will include dancing to the oldies with Rachel Lane from Redding Radio’s Oldies 105.3, presentations from the cast of Happy Days the Musical, swing dancing lessons, toy building, family portraits by Crown Camera, face painting by the Girl Scouts and balloon animals.  Food vendors will include Mary’s Pizza Shack, Leatheryby’s Family Creamery and Mt. Shasta Spring Water.
        All funds raised by the Sock Hop will stay local and help victims of family violence.  The SFJC has received more than 700 client visits since opening on September 1, 2010.  Both adults and children have been helped because of this important community resource.  Our goal is to help victims get out of abusive situations before they go too far. 
        The Shasta Family Justice Center provides co-located services for victims of family violence under one roof.  By housing a multi-disciplinary team of professionals, we are reducing the number of times a victim has to retell their story and number of places they have to travel to get the help they need.
        Our on-and off-site partners include: – Shasta County Crime Victims Assistance Center, Legal Services of Northern California, Shasta Women’s Refuge, local law enforcement, Shasta County Health & Human Services, Inter-Tribal Council of California, Inc., Shasta County Chaplaincy Program, Shasta County Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council, and many others.
        “We wanted to host an event the whole family could enjoy,” said SFJC Executive Director Michael Burke.  “This is an event where families can dance, eat and most important laugh together.  We are hoping children and adults will make memories that will last a lifetime.” Burke said. 
     
    Various levels of sponsorships are still available.  For more information or to become involved please visit www.shastafjc.org or call (530) 243-8868.