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CENTURY 21 H.S.V. Realty's Blog

Avoid These Mistakes If You Plan to Sell

If you plan on selling your home this year (or in any year for that matter), there are a number of common mistakes that can end up costing you serious money down the line. Unfortunately, some homeowners might not realize that their actions now can have negative effects on their future home sale. For the smoothest and most profitable sale possible, here are 6 things that you should avoid doing right now.

Average Home Sale Profit Hit a 12-Year High in 2018

It had been more than a decade since U.S. home sellers netted a greater profit than they did in 2018, according to ATTOM Data Solutions' Year-End U.S. Home Sales Report. The average home sale last year gained a massive $61,000 since purchase, good for a 32.6% return on investment; both of those amounts were the largest since 2006. That year, homes sold for a net gain of $68,000, or 43.3% ROI, on average. By comparison, 2017's home sellers saw profits of only $50,000 (27% ROI).

Here's What a Home Inspector Can't Tell You

Many buyers head into the home inspection with the idea that afterward they will know everything about the home, but this is not a realistic expectation. Instead, you should keep in mind that home inspectors are professionals that look for specific indicators and are bound by a set rules regarding their findings. Although every buyer is understandably focused on what's in the report, in some ways it is just as important to understand what isn't covered as what is. Keep reading to learn about a few of the items that you shouldn't expect to be covered in the home inspection.

Hot Springs Village Resort

Hot Springs Village, a recreational resort community in Arkansas' Ouachita Mountains, near Lake Ouachita National Park, is the largest gated community in the U.S. encompassing 40.7 square miles.

Hot Springs Village offers year-around golfing at 9 professionally designed golf courses, 15 professionally surfaced tennis courts, fishing, boating, water-skiing, and swimming in 11 pristine recreational lakes, over 20 miles of walking trails, 200+ clubs and fraternal organizations, and many more activities for all ages.

The Hot Springs Village lifestyle has attracted people from all 50 states and numerous countries around the world. Homes in Hot Springs Village vary from very affordable townhomes to affluent waterfront retreats, with an average sale price of approximately $180,000.

When compared to other full-service resort communities, Hot Springs Village fares as one of the most affordable places to live in the country!  Come vacation in Hot Springs Village . . . you just may decide to stay for a lifetime!