When you claim your property, Home Bay validates your address against US Postal
Service records. Empty lots, newly constructed homes, or homes that do not
receive mail at the address often cannot be found in the Postal Service's
database. When this happens, you receive a "Could N…
Home Bay syndicates your listing to all the major websites that buyers use to
find a home, plus thousands of local real estate sites. This post will explain
how potential buyers know how to contact you if your information isn't shown.
Sites That Don't Display Seller Informatio…
The MLS Listing Authorization Form gives Home Bay's local broker the authority
to list a property for sale on the MLS on your behalf. In an MLS agreement, the
listing broker and seller agree upon a commission
which in our case, is ZERO. Our partner brokers do not charge a commi…
Here is a quick checklist of what you need to sail through Home Bay's process
and get your home sold!
1. Take a few great photos of your home
. The MLS
requires you have at least one shot of the outside.
2. Follow these easy steps to write a compelling desc…
Part of the required MLS form asks sellers to list which parking garage features
apply to their property. Here's a look at each of the options and
definitions for each.
Specific parking spots are granted to each unit and each spot is marked
Real estate has lots of terminologies and it can be difficult to keep it all
straight. This post will take a look at sales restrictions and will explain what
they are, how they work and how they can impact your real estate purchase or
First, let's define what a sales restr…
When you list your home on the MLS, you have to state what type of ownership you
have. This post will explain the two main types of ownership and will also
provide detailed definitions for additional, less common types of ownership.
Read on to learn more!
The two most common typ…
Taking photos of your home can be tricky - but there are a few key things you
can do to prepare to make sure your photos turn out great. Read on for five
simple photo prep tips for home sellers.
1. Use natural light:
Open blinds and curtains and shoot during the time of da…
To list your home for sale on the MLS, you will need to indicate the type of
buyer financing you are willing to accept. Read on to learn about common real
estate financing terms and find out what each one means.
Types of Financing:
* Traditional Financing:
All sellers should…