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What's My Home Really Worth--- The Question We All Want Answered!

There are really just two major considerations when you determine the appropriate value for your Williamsburg VA property: market value and appraised value.
This is where many people get confused on value--- So many people will say, “The assessed value is X, so that is what it is worth”. This is so not accurate. Many times a house will sell more than the assessed value as the assessed value is what the city/ county taxes you on. I’ve seen houses sell 30,000 over their assessed value and no one wants to leave money on the table. Do you? I didn’t think so!
So let’s go back to the two values I was talking about earlier!
Market value is the value that a buyer…today…is willing to pay for your home. The most effective way to determine market value is to look through the prospective buyer’s eyes---they are the ones you need to impress. Positioning your home properly among competing inventory is a critical step, and it’s important that your agent devotes the time necessary to study current m…

Visit Colington Harbour: Stay Soundfront


Colington Harbour is a favorite spot for us to stay when we visit the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It is a community mostly inhabitated by locals but mostly always vacationers. With a private beach perfect for days when the ocean is too cold to swim in or the wind is coming in from the east, you can dip in a the water is normally amazing. With a public playground with vintage rockers, tall swings and private pool, this place has it all. If you have a boat, a boat ramp is available at the community center. Kayaks are fun to use in the canal or in the sound too.

The house I have chosen to show you today is located on the soundside where the sunsets will be amazing. Enjoy a cup of coffee on the deck in the morning and a drink under the house in the afternoon. The afternoon sun can be brutal but do as the locals do and hide out under the house. Try crabbing with a chicken neck you can purchase at the grocery story for little to nothing and buy a crabbing kit. Fling your chicken in the water, tied to part of the dock, and watch the crabs come for dinner. 

I'm going to let you in on a big secret too about the Outer Banks, after September through October, the water is still VERY WARM. Shhhhh.... 




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