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    4 Easy Steps to Find Yourself the Perfect Home

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Looking to buy or sell a home in Savannah, Georgia? Click here to perform a full home search, or if you’re thinking of selling your home, click here for a FREE Home Price Evaluation so you know what buyers will pay for your home in today’s market. You may also call us at (912) 658-7255... Read More

    Improving Real Estate Market in Savannah

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Looking to buy or sell a home in Savannah, Georgia? Click here to perform a full home search, or if you’re thinking of selling your home, click here for a FREE Home Price Evaluation so you know what buyers will pay for your home in today’s market. You may also call us at (912) 658-7255... Read More

    What Are the Associated Costs After You Have Sold Your Home?

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Click here to find out what your home is worth or to search all area homes for sale. Welcome back. I wanted to thank you for watching our videos and submitting questions. We want to be your real estate resource and we appreciate your responses! One question we were asked recently was about how much... Read More

    How Much Does it Cost to Sell Your Home?

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    When you sell your home you want as much money as possible. Sometimes we forget that to do this, there are some costs. Repairs and upgrades – Buyers will always have a home inspection done. If an inspector finds something wrong or broken, the buyer may require repairs before buying. Staging – This doesn’t necessarily... Read More

    4 Reasons to Sell During the Holidays

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Welcome back! The holiday season is here and every year we get asked whether it’s best to sell during the holidays or wait until spring. You might be surprised to find out that selling during the holidays actually puts you at a huge advantage. There is less competition – During the winter and holiday months,... Read More

    Why Hasn’t My Home Sold Yet?

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Welcome back to our video blog. We at the McIntosh Team really appreciate all the questions you are sending to make this blog successful. Today’s question is from a FSBO (For Sale By Owner) and they wanted to know why their home isn’t selling. While I don’t know the exact details of the home, there... Read More

    Selling with a Contingency

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Welcome back to my video blog! Have you ever heard of contingency offers? I get asked about these a lot. There are different types, but the most popular occurs when a potential buyer wants to purchase a seller’s home, but the buyer must sell their property first; the sale of one home is contingent on... Read More

    The Importance of First Impressions and Curb Appeal

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    How important is curb appeal when making a first impression? Curb appeal is extremely important. Buyers often like to drive by a home so its vital that your lawn is manicured. If you have children, limit the number of toys in the area. Clean up the oil stains on the driveway. Just as important, if... Read More

    How to Prepare Your Home for the Market

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    Welcome back to our video blog! A lot of sellers ask us what they can do to get their home ready for the market. The most important step in getting your home ready is to make it appealing to the buyers. How do you do that? Imagine your home is a model home. Go ahead... Read More

    The Government Shutdown Effects On the Real Estate Market

    By Jason McIntosh | April 22, 2014

    From: http://www.forbes.com/sites/morganbrennan/2013/10/01/heres-how-the-government-shutdown-will-affect-housing/ By:  Morgan Brennan, Forbes Staff The government shutdown is here. Whether it’s not being able to get a new Social Security card or visit a national park, Americans will immediately feel the effects. But there’s one bright spot of the economy that stands to be affected as well: housing. One of the biggest... Read More