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It's Showtime! What To Do and What Not To Do

The sign is up and you are ready to show your home off! In any market, a hot one or not, you need to have your house prepared to show as soon as you are live! What should you do and not do for a showing?

Upgrades and Repairs:

If your home has undergone some major changes since you purchased your home, you may want to list these out. Many people will never even look at these but if they are interested they will. Upgrading your brass knobs on your kitchen is not a big deal to the buyer,but a new furnace, hot water heater or brand new roof is. Any transferable warranty should also be noted.

The list doesn't have to be long as I've stated, most people will not even notice it unless they do and if they do, they are not going to read a long list. A simple record is fine. If a professional was called in to do work, show receipts.

Neighborhood Info:

Not everyone looking at your home is familiar with the area. Show off your neighborhood with any information you have such as if there is …

Ski: The Homestead
















I was not raised on a ski slope. My hubby more so than I. Never getting to experience the sport as a child, I knew when we moved to Virginia the opportunity would show. We've hit the slopes a couple of times mostly at Wintergreen and Gatlinburg but couple of weeks ago, Joe's buddy invited us up to take a trial run before our ski trip to Wintergreen in two weeks. 

We stayed at his family's vacation home which was beyond beautiful. The front yard has remains of an old hunting cabin. We ate dinner at Cucci's one night and I cooked the other. We hit the slopes at the Omni Homestead Saturday and I still stop by hitting the ground or skiing right onto the lift. Here's to helmet wearing up in West Virginia and taking another class.


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