Archive for October, 2012

After An Accepted Offer

Friday, October 12th, 2012

  Once you and the buyer have “signed on the dotted line,” there are a few more steps leading to the closing. Here’s a reminder of what will be happening. Inspection Period.  During this time, the buyer and/or hired inspectors will be making appointments to inspect the home. It is best if you are not…Read More »

Featured Home by Gina Grimsley – $60,000

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

219 E 14th, South Sioux City, NE 2 Bed 1 Bath with Potential! This home features eat-In kitchen, main floor laundry,newer roof, permanent siding,oversized 2 stall detached garage, and a finished basement with family area and den! Great for investment property or owner occupied.

Featured Home by Shane VanDeSteeg – $49,000

Monday, October 8th, 2012

816 Jackson, Sioux City, IA [youtube] One bedroom two bath condo. Spacious rooms. Very clean. Finished basement and lots of closet space. Courtyard, garage with GDO. Association dues are $100 per month which includes lawn care, snow removal, exterior maintenance, water, sewer and garbage.

Featured Home by Marge Delzell – $117,500

Friday, October 5th, 2012

5103 Stone Ave, Sioux City, IA [youtube] Much updating with large open kitchen with lots of cupboards, and movable island, 3 yr old high efficiency furnace and CA. New shingles in 2010 with old torn off. Newer dishwasher and nice granite sink. Triple glazed windows (updated), steel siding. Back yard is fenced. Low utility…Read More »

Featured Home by Jim Trucano – $159,900

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

4416 Applewood Ave, Sioux City, IA Superb Morningside location. Newer roof, new HVAC, new kitchen, new bath up and down, outstanding lower level finish. This one is very clean, a nice layout, and nicely finished throughout. Not going to last long at all so call or text for your showing time soon.

Home Buyers Tip | Ask Questions

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

When you have found the one, ask a lot of questions.  Buying a home is a huge financial decision, the more questions you are asking, the less surprises you’ll have. Tip provided by:    

Negotiating The Sale

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

  Negotiating a purchase agreement may be the trickiest aspect of your real estate transaction. Negotiating is not all luck or natural talent. Being successful in the negotiation process encompasses the learned ability to use certain skills and techniques to arrive at a win-win agreement for sides of the agreement.   Most home buyers and…Read More »