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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

A New Year’s Resolution to Help You Grow as a Person


We’re always trying to learn new things so we can better ourselves, so we encourage you to do the same in 2018. 
 
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Now that 2017 is coming to an end, we have a couple thoughts we want to share with you and a possible resolution to fulfill if you don’t have one already. One of our core values at Woodall Realty is to never stop learning. This year, we’ve spent countless hours attending out-of-state networking conferences and workshops, doing online courses, reading books, etc. We’re always trying to learn new things and better ourselves. When we attend these out-of-state events, we meet with some of the top real estate agents in the country and learn from the best of the best. We do this so we can be the best agents in Athens and serve our clients at the highest level possible.

Learn something new this year.
We know a lot, but we don’t know it all, so I encourage you as we enter the new year to learn something new in 2018 and continue to grow as a person. My team and I will continue to grow and learn as well. If you’ve ever worked with us, you know this. Whenever we meet with people, one of our main goals is to educate them. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, we educate you about the market and everything about the buying or selling process. So learn something new this year. Grow as a person. We’ll be doing the same thing. If you have any questions or there’s anything we can help you with, don’t hesitate to call or email us anytime. We’d be happy to help. Until then, happy New Year!

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Is It a Good Idea to Make Improvements to Your Home Before Your List It?


There are a few improvements you can make that will enhance your home’s saleability without costing very much at all. 
 
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Do you have to make improvements to your home before putting it on the market? No, you don’t have to. Homes will sell in any condition. If you want to sell for top dollar, though, you should consider doing so. There are a few improvements I recommend that will make a big difference, even if they don’t cost a lot. The first is painting the interior and (if it needs it) the exterior of your home. Paint is one of the cheapest ways to make a huge impact on the way your house shows. After a house is painted, it looks clean and smells fresh. Another thing I recommend is improving your curb appeal. Trim your bushes, cut your grass, put out some fresh mulch or pine straw, and make the outside of your home look good. That’s the first impression people get when they see it.

If you want your home to sell for top dollar, you should consider making some improvements.
Next, declutter and stage your home. If you have stuff on your countertops or too much furniture lying around in one of your rooms, get rid of it. As I always tell people, less is more.  Lastly, clean your home thoroughly. People can tell if a house is clean or not, and they’re far more apt to move into a nice, fresh, clean house. If you’re willing to spend a little money, there are other upgrades you can make, like replacing your countertops, installing new flooring, adding new appliances, etc. Sometimes these upgrades are worth it, but they can escalate how much you’ll spend by quite a bit. If you have any more questions about this or any other real estate topic, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d be glad to help you.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

A Special Thanks From the Woodall Team This Thanksgiving


As Thanksgiving approaches, we want to take a timeout from the normal real estate talk to thank you for both your friendship and your support. 
 
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In light of the upcoming holiday season, my team and I want to say that we are sincerely thankful for you and everything you’ve done for us. Whether you’ve worked with us in the past as a client or sent us a referral, we want to thank you for your support and putting your trust in us. Because of your support, our office is able to support four administrative office staff members and four agents in addition to myself.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND YOUR SUPPORT.

By giving us your business, you allow us to feed our families, and we’re sincerely thankful for all that you mean to us If you have any questions for us or need help with anything, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. As always, we’d be glad to lend a hand.