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2 Bed / 1 Bath Unattached Triplex Unit For Rent In Tracy, CA

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

If you like what you see, call me today! Tony Martin (209) 610-3431.

This unattached Triplex unit in Tracy, CA is move-in ready!

Available now for just $950 per month, the cottage has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and is approximately 1100 square feet.

The cute Kitchen has tile counters, a large sink, and comes with a stove and refrigerator.

The bathroom has been updated and includes a tiled shower over tub.

The home also includes ceiling fans, an inside laundry area, as well as storage in the backyard.

Nicely fenced in the front yard the triplex unit is close to schools and shopping, and has easy freeway access.

1625 Bessie Ave, Tracy

Ensure Your Remodeling Project Pays Off

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

You might not be selling your home anytime soon, but you could in the future, and what you’re doing now will have a definite have an effect on on that.

Repairs get the biggest returns

You may think it’s the big things like a updated kitchen or a hot tub that will bring in the buyers, but often times it’s the lack of general repairs that need to be done that really catches their eye.

Austin, TX real estate appraiser Jim Amorin says, “If a property is known to have issues, today’s buyers won’t even look at it.”

He goes on to point out that asking sellers to not only pay for the repairs as part of the agreement, but also pay a penalty to compensate the buyer for the inconvenience is now common practice., and that $20,000 roof repair you never did because you wanted to save money, could very well turn into a $30,000 credit to the buyer.

Remodel instead of adding on

The desire for a large and spacious home is dwindling. But that doesn’t mean you can’t add value to your home.

Instead of adding on to your house, remodel the existing areas to better suit the needs and wants of today’s buyers.

Eco-friendly upgrades can save money

Green-living is huge right now. Why not make your house part of the environment-friendly trend?

Think energy-efficient – with such features as EnergyStar appliances and extra wall insulation.

Perhaps the best way to go green is make the changes while you’re there anyway. For example, when it’s time to replace your furnace, upgrade to a super-efficient model – it could very well save you, and your future buyers, $150 or more in annual heating costs.

Get more tips on how remodeling your home can pay off at Money.Cnn.Com.

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Accentuate The Little Things When Selling Your Home

Monday, November 16th, 2009

As a general rule, it’s a good idea not to sweat the small stuff. But when it comes to selling your house, the small stuff is exactly what you need to focus on.

  • The front door greets the prospect. Make sure it is fresh, clean, and paint the trim.
  • Keep the front lawn trimmed and edged, and the yard free of garbage. Reseed the lawn and fertilize if necessary, weed the gardens, and add mulch. Deep green grass makes a lasting impression. In winter, be sure snow and ice is removed from walks and steps.
  • Faded walls and worn woodwork reduce appeal, freshen things up with neutral paints or wallpaper.
  • Open draperies and curtains and let the prospect see how cheerful your home can be.
  • Make sure all the appliances work properly and are sparkling clean. If any faucets drip, fix them – dripping water discolors sinks and suggests faulty plumbing.
  • Repairs can make a big difference. Loose knobs, sticking doors and windows, warped cabinet drawers and other minor flaws detract from home value. Have them fixed.
  • Keep stairways clear. Avoid cluttered appearances and possible injuries.
  • Pack excess linens and clothing to make closets look bigger. Neat, well-ordered closets show the space is ample.
  • Bathrooms help sell homes. Check and repair grout in bathtubs and showers. Make this room sparkle.
  • Arrange bedrooms neatly. Remove excess furniture. Use attractive bedspreads and fresh looking window coverings.

It’s important to price your house correctly and market it right, but it’s the little things that will leave the lasting impression.

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