10 Tips to Spruce Up Your House to Sell FAST! – Podcast

If you are thinking of selling your house or an investment property, don’t miss this fantastic presentation by Amy Parker of Parker House Designs. During the presentation Amy provides some easy and inexpensive ways to make sure your property stands out above the rest!

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10 Tips to Spruce Up Your House to Sell FAST! – Replay

If you are thinking of selling your house or an investment property, don’t miss this fantastic presentation by Amy Parker of Parker House Designs. During the presentation Amy provides some easy and inexpensive ways to make sure your property stands out above the rest!

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10 Tips to Spruce Up Your House to Sell FAST!

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Establish goals then lean in

Beautiful beach - Locke up Hawaii 2016Are you meeting your trading goals?  Do you have trading goals?  Everyone should have goals, it is a way to measure your progress.  If you don’t know what you are reaching for will you ever get it?  Probably not.  How can you reach a target you don’t have?

Begin with the end in mind.  For instance, how much will you need for that dream vacation?  If we planned a dream vacation for next year with a budget of $12,000, would we be able to go?  It depends.  If you carefully plan and track your progress, it is certainly more likely.

For example if the balance in your trading account is currently $50,000 you would need to earn 12% on those funds over the next twelve months to book the trip.  Should you just check back on your account in a year to see if you reached it?  Of course not, break it down further.  If you earn 1% each month on your account less fees, that will be 12% over the course of a year.  This goal should be checked on at least monthly to ensure it is on track.  You certainly wouldn’t want to start planning a dream vacation you cannot afford to take!

We have established just such a goal for our students under Locke In Your Success, LLC called Locke Up Hawaii 2016!  We congratulate all the participants as it is a big step to publicly state a goal for all to see.  It creates a greater sense of commitment and community around the goal.  Consider publicly stating your goals and find supportive peers to provide accountability and encouragement for you to meet them.

Please click like if you have publicly stated your goals and comment about your results.

 

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Check, check and check again

Image2 courtesy of Stuart Miles from freedigitalphotos.net

Image2 courtesy of Stuart Miles from freedigitalphotos.net

Due diligence is VERY important, especially in real estate.  It is a fact finding mission to ensure all the information you receive is confirmed by the people qualified to give that information.  For instance, a neighbor of the subject property tells you the annual fee is $50 for the association but after you buy it you get invoiced $50 EVERY month.  That information should have been confirmed with the association BEFORE being purchased.  Your brother in law comes to look at that stain in the ceiling and tells you that is an old water stain from an ice dam but it turns out to be black mold and the roof needs to be replaced.  This can be a BIG problem. The advice should have been confirmed by a certified contractor BEFORE being purchased.  Please, please, please find confirm all information received from qualified people BEFORE you buy.

Is there any information you wish you had confirmed BEFORE you bought?  Please comment.

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