Algerio / Q-Team Blog

1. Look at your home from the curb What do you see? Cosmetic repairs, even minor ones, can cost you the sale if they’re not taken care of. First impressions are that important and can make all the difference when it comes to a sale. When your home is well-kept, it gives a good first impression. It shows you take great pride in your home. The buyer sees the care you have taken and translates that into less energy and cost for themselves as they prepare to move in.   2. Be aware of how your listing appe... read more
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Recently I listed a home in Spring Creek’s Vista Grande (Tract 202), a 1989 single-wide manufactured home not on a foundation. Interested clients asked about financing, so I let them know that non-permanent manufactured homes sell by cash normally, or sometimes by seller financing if the owner is willing to do so, because financing was nearly impossible on this style home. Since the seller did not want to finance, I suggested to clients that, if they didn’t have the cash, maybe they should try to obtain... read more
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I’m Judy Jones and have been a REALTOR for 28 years.   My husband was the Home Inspector for a while, and from him I learned some of the red flags to look for while showing properties with my buyers and listing for my sellers.   Most red flags are part of the physical aspect of the home, however there can also be some as you are in the loan process. I will list just a few for you, as I know long blogs are very boring.  ODORS:   These are not always something in the garbag... read more
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Ready to Sell? There’s no doubt that selling your home is a big decision… but what better time than Spring to sell? Since many people want to be in their new home in time for the new school year in the fall or simply just don’t want to move in the Winter, having your home ready for your prospective buyer is very important. Let’s talk about how to make your home stand out from the competition.   Curb appeal. You only have one chance to make a good first impression. Take a look at the ... read more
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Invest in Real Estate Early

Posted by Taryn Opie on March 07, 2018 in  Investment  Real Estate
When my husband and I first moved to Elko six years ago, we learned quick how expensive rent was here. We had a dog and two cats, and at the time, just my husband was working. We were looking at paying anywhere between $1200-$1500 in rent for a place that would allow animals. Some of our friends and family told us, at the age of 23 & 24, that we were too young to buy a house and there was no way we could do it. Then came our Realtor, Joyce Molohon with Coldwell Banker. She told us it would be cheaper to buy a... read more
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