Thursday, December 12, 2013
Why Seal Beach Is The Best Orange County Beach City
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Seal Beach, CAis the most underrated beach city in Orange County. If youre thinking of >
The average listing price of a home for sale in Seal Beach is465,000whereas nearly every other beach citys average listing price is over 1M. Not only is it the most affordable beach city in the county, its home to the Seal Beach Pier which is the perfect place to enjoy a >
Seal Beach Pier
The Seal Beach Pier is a great place to enjoy a >
Seal Beach Pier Playground
Located on the south side of the Seal Beach Pier is an enclosed playground for kids. The Seal Beach Pier Playground is the perfect place to bring kids for some quality family fun, providing a safe and enjoyable experience for both parents and children. The area is enclosed by low cement walls decorated with tiles designed by kids which give it a unique and inviting look and to make it easy for parents to keep an eye on the kids from up on the pier or down the beach.
Seal Beach Main Street
Dont forget to take a stroll down the tree shaded Main Street to check out Seal Beachs unique array of shops, boutiques and seaside restaurants. And the best thing about visiting the Seal Beach Pier and Main Street is the free parking
Seal Beach Restaurants
Mahand Spaghettini are two of themost popular restaurants in Seal Beachaccording to the online review siteYelp. Check it out for more great places to go in Seal Beach and to find out what makes these restaurants the best in town
This beach front sushi restaurant is one of the best in town. The restaurant has the perfect beach-y vibe, maintaining an atmosphere that is comfortable, laid-back and of course cool. Enjoy live music, deliciously fresh and unique sushi rolls and even high quality steak.
Spaghettini Seal Beach
Another highly rated and cant miss restaurant in town is Spaghettini, located in the northern region of Seal Beach. Enjoy live jazz music and delicious Italian cuisine at this bar lounge and grill. The restaurant is kid friendly and known for their great Sunday Brunch.
For more entertainment suggestions and the best advice onSeal Beach homes for sale, contact the local experts at theFirst Team Seal Beach Officein Rossmoor or connect with them onGoogle . They know the area better than anyone else and are the perfect resource to turn to in order to find the right piece of Seal Beach real estate for you. Our agents are the best trained in the industry and ready to help you through the home buying process. Call or email us now and well set you up with a top agent in the area.
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Why Travelers Prefer to Rent Service Apartments
Most of us prefer to stay in hotel accommodations when traveling to new places during vacation. Though costly, one needs to go for this option when away from home, especially in a completely unfamiliar place. However, serviced apartments have come up as a nice alternative in last couple of years.
Serviced apartments are fully-furnished apartments, offering complete comfort and privacy to the renters. There is always a housekeeping staff like hotels to ensure best facilities though. Initially hotels were the first preference of travelers because serviced apartments could not be booked for short term stays. Now, however, you can book a service apartment in cities like Tel Aviv for long term and short term stays alike, depending upon your requirement.
Here are some reasons why service apartments are a better option for travelers:
1. More Spacious
The biggest advantage a service apartment has got over a hotel is spaciousness. An apartment always provides more space especially when you are on a long-term stay. Most serviced apartments in Tel Aviv have separate dining area and bed rooms. You are given a home-like environment to >
2. Separate Kitchen
Though no one likes to cook on a holiday trip, it can be a great facility to have a separate kitchen having all essentials like a microwave and a fridge. Here you can whip up a rapid breakfast and store drinks or use it as a mini bar. And if you are traveling with children, having a separate kitchen is probably the best facility you can expect
3. Best for Group or Family Travel
Most service apartments have several separate bathrooms and bedrooms away from the central living area. This is always suitable for couples who are traveling with children or many other friends or family members. Separate accommodations help maintain privacy and at the same time offer enough space for hangouts.
4. Limited housekeeping
In hotels, you are given extra frequent housekeeping facilities which you never want to happen during a holiday trip. You dont like housekeeping services show up every now and then on daily bases. This may get annoying especially if you have had a lengthy flight or are tired and trying to have a sound sleep after a day out.
This goes without saying that service apartments are always cheaper than hotels. Though some need to be booked a week or a month before, there are many apartments that offer reasonable rates foe even short-term stays.
Tel Aviv in Israel is world famous for its beaches and apartments tel aviv are known for their hospitality services. So visit holy land to enjoy its beauty.
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Tips for Selling Your Home During the Holidays
While springtime might be the busiest time of the year in the real estate market, that doesnt mean that there arent plenty of people who are buying and selling during other seasons. If youre finding yourself with your home on the market over the winter holidays, you might have questions about how to handle holiday decorating and celebrations. Here are a few tips that can help you get through the holiday season while keeping your home looking appealing for prospective buyers who might drop by.
Amp up the Charm. The holidays are a beautiful and enticing time to sell a home. The warm colors and inviting aromas the holiday season make any house seem more like a home, and this wont go unnoticed by a prospective buyer, so capitalize on all of the seasons finest attributes. Feature candles in your decorating that smell like baking cookies, mulled cider, or pumpkin. Most people find these scents irresistible and homey.
Light the Way. Since winter days can be short and the weather can be dreary, make sure your home glows with plenty of warm lighting. Consider putting lights on timers so they are sure to turn on earlier in the evening when the sunlight begins to wane. Throw open the blinds and let natural light stream through your clean windows during the daylight hours.
Deck the Halls. But dont go overboard. Keep holiday decorating to a tasteful minimum. If you are stringing up lights on the exterior of your house, make sure they arent gaudy. You might even enlist a professional decorator to come do it for you to ensure that they dont look haphazard or sloppy. And make sure to avoid anything overly busy. A big blow-up plastic Santa might turn off a discriminating buyer or someone who doesnt celebrate the same holidays you do. Indoors, keep the kitschy collections of snowmen in the attic and opt for seasonal greenery, candles, and understated holiday displays. Make sure that your decorations dont hide your home.
Clear the Way. Winter is a notoriously messy season with its snow and slush, so invest in welcoming door mats, both inside and out for your family and prospective buyers alike to use when entering your house. Make sure you dont track in mud and ice every time you come through the door. And keep paths, walkways, and your driveway free of snow and ice. Make sure you have plenty of materials on hand to melt treacherous ice off of walks and steps. You might want to consider enlisting a snow removal service to help keep on top of things this year.
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By keeping your home on the market over the holidays, youll see less competition from sellers who want to wait until after the holidays to list their homes. Youre also likely to attract motivated buyers, like those starting new jobs in January or those who wish to buy before the end of the year for tax purposes. As with selling your home at any time of year, selling during the holidays just takes a measure of patience and the right attitude. And if you have any concerns, just ask your real estate agent for help.
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6 Selling Steps For The Winter
As a first time seller you might not realize just how many challenges you will face listing your home during the winter season.
Gone is your lovely green lawn, the daylight hours are limited for showings and everyone is trampling dirty snow in and out of your front door. If you plan on selling in the winter, use these tips to help you make it a less stressful endeavor.
1. Keep it Warm
You might not be home all day long, but if your house is on the market, your real estate agent might be bringing in prospective buyers to check out your home. This means it needs to be warm and comfortable. Do not turn down the heat just because you will not be home all day; you want buyers to be toasty, too.
2. Keep it Clear
Your walkway and drive need to be clear enough for your real estate agent and potential buyers to park and walk to your front door. If it has been snowing and your house is inaccessible, you might just lose out on a sale.
3. Open Your Home to Natural Light
It is an often overlooked aspect of selling, but in the middle of winter, the view can be rather spectacular. Open your blinds so that your house has plenty of natural light and your buyers can see the lovely view of your neighborhood while it is white with fresh snow.
4. Make Your House Cozy
While winter comes with a set of challenges for sellers, there are also some benefits that you do not get during the summer. Winter strikes thoughts of curling up by the fire with a glass of wine or cocoa and a good book. It makes people think of the holidays and the scents that go with. Try staging your home to look exactly how they picture it in their minds so that they see each room with their belongings and their family curled up by that roaring fire.
5. Keep Windows Washed
If you live in a snowy climate, you need to keep your windows washed. As lovely as the snow is it can make your windows appear dirty. Keep them clean so that potential buyers can see outside. This way buyers are left with the opinion that your house is clean and well kept.
6. Light a Candle
You do not want to light a candle if you are not home, but if you are home and a buyer is coming to look at your house. Light a candle. The best-selling candle scent during the holidays is fresh baked chocolate chip cookies. Light this candle in the house to make it smell inviting. If you do not have a cookie candle, you can use anything that smells like cinnamon, apple or anything vanilla. It makes buyers feel right at home.
The middle of winter is the time in which buyers will not get to see the glorious view of the blooms in your garden, your lovely green grass or your pretty shade trees that make summer so wonderful. Because they are missing out on so much that your home has to offer during the winter months, your job is to make your home more appealing in other ways.Take these steps and youll make potential buyers feel right at home.
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Is It Important For An Agent To Be A REALTOR?
According to the National Association of REALTORS NAR, the word REALTOR is a registered mark that applies only to members who ascribe to its Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Through the national, state and local associations, members receive educational and ethics training which can result in better business practices in serving consumers and communities.
Realtors can also obtain certifications in counseling, property management, and other specialties based on criteria such as years of practice, continuing education and testing.
But is a Realtor any better equipped to sell homes than any other licensed real estate professional? Real estate professionals are educated, trained and licensed by state-approved agencies not the NAR.
If licensure and state oversight is the standard of practice as a real estate professional, any licensee is as qualified to sell real estate as any Realtor. This fact puts pressure on the NAR and its subsidiaries to deliver value for the hundreds of dollars required of members to stay current.
In recent years, the NAR has been battered by declining membership, a drawn-out battle with the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, the rise of third-party marketplaces Zillow and Trulia and franchisors that provide competing member such as Keller Williams and Realogy, and testy cabals formed by some of its most influential and dissenting brokers such as The Realty Alliance.
The result is the dilution of the power and effectiveness of the worlds largest trade organization. No longer does a licensee require membership to the NAR in order to have access to the valuable local multiple listing service, a ground rules cooperative that allows licensees to share and sell each others property listings. Practitioners can advertise their listings to consumers on third-party online services besides those sanctioned by association or broker-allied websites, which often have less traffic and name recognition at the local consumer level.
The word Realtor has become part of the lexicon and does little to distinguish licensees to consumers. And NARs carefully-crafted-to-say-nothing-memorable television ads fail to empower Realtors or clarify why consumers should prefer them over other licensees.
Is it important for an agent to be a REALTOR? The answer depends on how the NAR handles these challenges moving forward.
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How To Host a Stress-Free Holiday Party
According to a recent PulteGroup Home Index Survey,52of Americans indicate they enjoy hosting holiday gatherings in their home, however47believe their house is inadequate and are stressed out by the thought of hosting.
On average, we spend350hosting parties and get-togethers and thats not even including presents for your family and friends Whether youre worried about space, amenities, or the financial burden of holiday hosting, here are some tips to help you out.
How to create more space for guests to interact in your living room:
Dont be afraid to do a bit of feng shui and rearrange your furniture before the party. Move your coffee table or other small pieces of furniture to the sides of your living room to create space. By having the center of your room clear, you open up space for people to talk and mingle easily.
Store unnecessary furniture and clutter in the garage. Sometimes the only way to make space is get rid of things. You dont have give anything away or toss it in the garbage, just clear it out of the living room so you have space for people, presents and party games.
Need places to put out snacks and hold drinks? Opt for standing TV trays to hold food and beverages. Theyre easy to move and dont take up much space which makes them perfect substitutes for big clunky tables.
How to accommodate big groups for your dinner party:
Most homes have a small dining area that are more like a nook than a room, so dont use it. Theres no reason to squish into the space for your dinner party just because it has the word dining in the name. Move the dining area into your living room or backyard so you can seat everyone together. There will be plenty of room for an extra large table and everyone will be able to eat in the same space.
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How to take the stress out of preparing dinner:
Have a potluck.Dont spend all day slaving away in the kitchen making a full blown feast, just make a part of one. Potlucks are fun because its a way for everyone to feel involved and show off their cooking skills. No one has a big responsibility and there are tons of dishes to choose from for those picky eaters.
Keep it >When you throw your party, theres no need to have a full dinner planned. A simple wine and cheese night is sophisticated, decadent and most importantly fun Buy a few bottles in bulk to set the tone and ask your guests to bring their favorite vintage to share.
Have it catered.Catering can cost a lot but theres no need to spend an arm and leg for your food. Low cost and healthy options include Chipotle, El Pollo Loco or Subway. They may not be fancy but theyre crowd pleasers and an easy way to feed your guests.
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Help also comes in the form of borrowing important party pieces. Need extra chairs? Ask your guests to bring folding chairs if they have any. Lacking a good entertainment system to blast your holiday tunes? Have guests use their own hookups for music and place one in each room. >
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Condo Association May Violate Consumer Protections Acts
Although they differ in form and substance, many States have enacted Consumer Protection Laws. Their purpose, in the words of the Virginia law, for example, is "to promote fair and ethical standards of dealings between suppliers and the consuming public."
When we analyze these laws, even practicing attorneys consider them as protecting the consuming public from bad acts from merchants - car dealers, grocery stores and even mortgage brokers and lenders.
However, on April 30, 2012, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that even a condominium could be held to violate the Maryland Consumer Protection Act. MRA Property Management v Armstrong.
The case is complex and goes back many years. Twenty five condominium unit purchasers sued their association and its property manager, claiming that the resale packages each plaintiff received violated the Consumer Protection Act because the budgets spelled out in those packages "had the capacity, tendency and effect of misleading" the potential purchasers."
The Plaintiffs brought the lawsuit when their association imposed a special assessment to pay for water damage to the buildings. The Plaintiffs alleged, among thirteen counts, that even though the budget in the resale package they received reflected that repair expenses were declining, the association and management knew - as far back as 1996 - the extent of that damage.
In the majority of states, if you plan to buy a condominium unit from a current owner not the developer your seller and the association is required to provide you with a package of information, called a "resale certificate". This would include, for example, the associations legal documents, insurance information, and an updated budget which contains the income and expense of the association for the coming year, a statement of how much money in held in reserves, and in some jurisdictions, a statement of any planned expenditures and assessments.
The trial judge found for the Plaintiffs, issued a million dollar judgment against the defendants, basing the ruling that the association and management violated the Maryland Consumer Protection Act.
The Maryland High Court issued a 34 page opinion, which can be instructive to condo owners, managers as well as attorneys. The court reaffirmed an earlier decision that there "simply does not exist contractual privity between the condo association called council of unit owners in Maryland and the buyer of a unit." The buyer has a contract to purchase a unit from a unit owner, not from the association.
However, the court went on to state that the association does have a duty - imposed by the Maryland condominium act - to provide buyers with the "resale certificate". One of the items required to be disclosed is "the current operating budget of the condominium including details concerned the reserve fund for repairs and replacement and its intended use, or a statement that there is no reserve fund."
And the Consumer Protection Act prohibits "false, ...misleading oral or written statement... which has the capacity, tendency, or effect of deceiving or misleading consumers..."
Why is the association and the manager considered a "supplier"? According to the opinion, the statutory obligation under the condo act "injects the manager and the association into the sales transaction as central participants because where they to have failed to provide these materials, the contract for sale would not have been enforceable." In the words of the court, both the manager and the association are "sufficiently involved" in the sale.
The Court sent the case back to the trial judge. Having determined that the consumer protection act could apply, the lower court now has to decide if the statements contained in the resale package were, in fact, deceptive. Unless the case is settled, thats yet another round in a court of law.
The resale certificate is an important document, and unfortunately is not always taken seriously by either boards of directors or their management company. The laws in each of the three jurisdictions differ slightly as to what must be disclosed.
For example, In Maryland, the buyer must receive the package no later than 15 days before closing, and has the right to cancel within 7 days of receipt. In the District, the buyer must be provided the package 10 days after the contract is signed, and has 3 days to cancel. In Virginia, the package must be given to the buyer within 14 days after a contract is signed. If the package is hand-delivered or emailed, the contract must be cancelled within 3 days from receipt. However, if it is mailed, the rescission right is extended to 6 days.
If the resale package is not complete, and does not comply with applicable state law, a potential buyer can walk away from a sales contract, and get a full refund of the earnest money deposit. And in todays economy, where buyers are having second thoughts about buying real estate, its easy to back away from a contract if the resale certificate is not complete.
But more importantly, it also has to be accurate. The laws require that the association - not the property manager - provide the certificate. Accordingly, while management should review the form at least once a year, it should be signed only by a board member.
We are a litigious society. Make sure your resale certificate complies with your state law and that it is absolutely accurate.
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Bank of America Urging Home Builders and Realtors to Work Together
If you are a REALTOR looking for some unusual but timely business advice from a banker, E.J. Achtner, Senior Vice President of Bank of America, has some for you.
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Why is a banker suggesting new home training to Realtors?
According to Achtner, "many builders, regardless of their size, are taking a much more collaborative view of partnering with Realtors than in the past," he said. "And we encourage our builder customers to do so." The timing for this advice couldnt be better.
According to the National Association of Realtors 2013 Buyer Profile Survey, 66 of all new homes sold in 2013 were to prospects introduced to the homebuilder by a Realtor. To clarify, Realtor prospects purchased twice as many new homes as those who shopped for new homes without a Realtor.
The implication is clear: Realtors bring ready, willing and able buyers to new homes sales centers. Hats off to homebuilders who placed consistent commission policies over the temptation to reduce or eliminate co-broker programs when the market improved. Marketing consultants and the Realtor community expected just the opposite.
Historically, homebuilders have greatly reduced or eliminated sales commissions in good markets, but not this time.
Tim Costello, Chief Executive Officer of Builder Homesite Inc, a builder-advocacy consortium of 30 production homebuilders, said that their 2012 studies show that 84 of potential homebuyers will contact a Realtor to help them with the buying process.
NARs 2013 study said that the number was 88 percent. Costello says that home builders are realizing that existing homes are their main competition and that Realtors control the home buyers, whether for new homes or resales.
As home builders stabilize their commission policies, they are looking for lenders who will offer the same consistency to them.
"In a growing housing market, such as we are in now and I believe will be for years to come, home builders are constructing model centers, opening new phases, buying and developing land- all in the face of sales, weather, and economic variables.
"They need to know that through it all, they have a lender that will consistently perform on time and on schedule."
To this end, Achtner said Bank of America provides a wide array of builder services and products for both the builder and buyers that goes far beyond mortgage loans.
His advice to local home builders is simple and straightforward: Get to know your lenders local builder representatives but dont go in thinking theres a one-size-fits-all solution.
"The biggest mistake builders make with lenders is to believe rumors they hear on the street about what a certain lender is offering or not offering," Achtner said. "Financial products change, sometimes dictated by the market, sometimes by the regulatory environment."
According to BHI studies, 19 of all shoppers will buy a new home, 46 will purchase a resale, but 35 are indifferent, meaning they will consider purchasing a new home or a resale. In other words, 54 of the market will either purchase or might consider purchasing a new home.
Realtors and home builders alike can expect a growing number of home shoppers to request visiting new home sales centers, thanks to the multimillion-dollar marketing campaign - Start Fresh, Buy New - rolled out by Builder Homesite, Inc. to convince home shoppers to buy new.
In August, Realtor.com began listing new home inventory side-by-side with resales. Approximately 20 MLS groups around the country are now providing the same services, with more expected to do so in 2014.
The builder/Realtor gap is closing fast.
Achtners position is clear and benefits both Realtors and builders. He strongly recommends that builder customers reach out to local Realtors, but also rightly advises Realtors to learn how to work with new home buyers and home builders.
"Learning about new home credentials via certification and new home courses represents added value to todays home buyers who are actively looking for new homes help from their Realtor," he said.
Unusual, but much needed business advice, for sure.
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Top Tips to Sweeten Your Credit Score
To get the most favorable interest rates youll need a credit score of 720 or higher. Someone with a credit score of 520 will receive higher interest rates on loans, up to four percentage point than someone with a 720 score. With that in mind, here are five quick tips to improving your credit score:
Once per year, get a copy of your credit report. Scrutinize it and make sure the information is correct.
Dont be late
Pay your bills on time. Late payments damage your score. Consider automatic payments through your bank account.
Know the FICO
Understand how your credit score is calculated and do what you can to improve deficiencies.
If there are errors in your report, correct them. The Federal Trade Commission is a good resource for information.
Dont max out your credit cards and pay the balance in full, if possible. Avoid opening new credit card accounts or closing down old inactive ones.
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Home Sellers: 10 Must Haves On Your Home Inspection Checklist
| Debra Bigler is a consultant and owner with Prime National Credit Repair, Inc. She and her staff work daily with consumers, Realtors, mortgage brokers and loan officers in order to repair customers credit reports and raise FICO scores.|
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85of home buyers request a home inspection so as a seller you need to know the facts. Usually the home inspection is done during theclosing processand integrated into the purchase contract. In fact, most purchase contracts include a home inspection contingency clause stipulating that the buyer can back out if repairs and replacements arent made according to the findings of the inspection. Take the stress out of thecrazy closing processand invest in your home inspection before your home even hits the market.
A common home inspection will take2-3 hoursand costs anywhere from200 - 800.Thats a small price to pay in the grand scheme of your home sale so get ahead of the game and invest in a pre-sale inspection now.
Benefits of a pre-sale inspection:
- Attract buyers.With a pre-sale inspection, you give buyers peace of mind and a sense of certainty in the tumultuous home buying process. By providing the details of your home inspection when you list the house, you appear up front and honest which is a huge plus for any home buyer. Buyers will choose your home over others because the home inspection step is already done and they feel you are a trustworthy person to deal with.
- Help you decide what to repair or improve before you sell.If you have your home inspected before it hits the market, you will find out what needs to be repaired, replaced or disclosed to buyers. In other words, you can decide what is worth investing money into to fix and what is best left as is. Your inspector will clue you in to what needs to be updated in your home in order for it to be more attractive to buyers.
- Eliminate surprises down the road.If you have a bad aka eventful inspection during the closing process, your buyer could walk away and back out on the deal. In order to prevent that, its best to do the inspection before the sale. That way neither you nor your potential home buyers are surprised to learn that your home needs some repairs or mechanical replacements.
What does a home inspection cover?
Here is a checklist of the major structural and mechanical components a professional will inspect in your home. Each home inspection service may offer something a little different but these are the basics that youll need to get checked out. Keep in mind that in California, it is imperative to have a pest inspection. If your contractor doesnt check for termites, you will have to have a separate inspection done for that as well.PlumbingHeating and Air Conditioning UnitsGeneral Home Structure - foundation, framing, etc.ElectricExteriorRoofingDoors amp; WindowsSiding - stucco, brick, stone, etc.Insulation and VentilationTermite/pest damage
How to Prepare For Your Home Inspection
There are only two things you need to do in order to prepare for your home inspection.
- Make sure you have clear and clean access to key appliances the inspector will be looking at i.e. furnace, water heater amp; circuit breaker. This is a great way to prepare your home for a sale because its important to have your house deep cleaned before any buyers walk through the door. The structural and mechanical components of your house will be inspected and on display quite a bit while the home is for sale, so cleaning them up now is a good idea.
- Get out of the house during the inspection. Its hard for professionals to do their job with you hovering and commenting while theyre trying work. Of course you should regroup after the inspection to go over a summary of the contractors findings, but let them get their work done without you looking over their shoulder.
For more information on the home selling process, reach out to a First Team agent near you. Our agents are highly trained local experts and ready to help you in the home selling process. Call or email us now and well get you connected with the top agents in your area.
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5 Interesting Way to Boost Your Apartments Sale on Christmas
Christmas is the auspicious time for sale and purchase. People go for purchase new home and other stuff. Here are the 5 interesting tip that will definitely attract to home buyers in this holiday season:
Special offers: People love to offers, discount, gift and promo codes. Most of people wait for festival season or Christmas because they expect companies will launch new offers and schemes. So take the advantage, provide exciting offers to your customers.
Santa Claus: Give the customer dealing command to Santa Claus. You can give Santa Claus look to your professional customer handler.
Set-up Christmas Tree: In the next series set up Christmas tree in your construction site. Give Christmas look to your office and entry gate.
Events amp; Contests: Host events during the holidays to increase sales. Keep contests, this helps increase traffic. You can show your business offers during the event.
Promote on Internet: Thousands of people are busy to searching homes, villas and apartments in Mohali on internet. Promote your offers and homes on social media, write blogs and design new website like www.savitrygreens.com .
At the end, we wish this Christmas brings a lot of happiness in your life. Merry Christmas
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