Making A Good First Impression When Selling A Home In The LBI Real Estate Market

Dated: 05/14/2019

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Making a Good First Impression When Selling a Home in the LBI Real Estate Market




Long Beach Island Real Estate

First impressions count! This is especially true when selling a home in the Long Beach Island real estate market. Depending on the type of house you are trying to sell (fixer-upper, tear down, turn key home, spec house) making sure that the buyer feels welcome can be the difference between a home selling and a home sitting. There are a few simple things that all sellers can doto make sure their home shows itself in the best light. LBI Sellers-Meet Your House!


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Nathan Colmer

LBI Office 12800 Long Beach Blvd Beach Haven Terrace NJ 08008 I have lived on LBI my entire life and am actually the 4th generation in my family to do so. This have given me a deep knowledge base ....

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