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6 Mistakes to Avoid When
Moving to a Larger Home

". . . you have to sell your present home at exactly the right time in order to avoid either the financial burden of owning two homes or, just as bad, the dilemma of having no place to live during the gap between closings"
A new report has just been released which identifies the 6 most common and costly mistakes that homebuyers make when moving up to a larger home.

When you're looking to move-up and already own a home, there are certain factors that can make the situation more complicated than the experience of buying a first home. Before you list your home for sale, it's very important for you to understand these issues.

Besides the issue of financing, you also have to time the sale of your present home so you can avoid what we call the Real Estate Catch 22, i.e. either bear the financial burden of owning two homes or, just as bad, facing the dilemma of having no place to live during the gap between closings.

To address this issue, industry insiders have prepared a FREE Special Report entitled "6 Mistakes to Avoid When Moving Up to a Larger Home".

This report will help you make informed choices before you put your home on the market in anticipation of moving to a larger home.

1. Rose-colored glasses

Most of us dream of improving our lifestyle and moving to a larger home. The problem is that there's sometimes a discrepancy between our hearts and our bank accounts. You drive by a home that you fall in love with only to find that it's already sold or that it's more than what you are willing to pay. Most homeowners get caught in this hit or miss strategy of house hunting when there's a much easier way of going about the process. For example, find out if your agent offers a Buyer†Profile System or House-hunting Service, which takes the guesswork away and helps to put you in the home of your dreams. This type of program will cross-match your criteria with ALL available homes on the market and supply you with printed information on an ongoing basis. A program like this helps homeowners take off their rose-colored glasses and, affordably, move into the home of their dreams.

2. Failing to make necessary improvements

If you want to get the best price for the home you're selling, there will certainly be things you can do to enhance it in a prospective buyer's eyes. These fix-ups don't necessarily have to be expensive. But even if you do have to make a minor investment, it will often come back to you tenfold in the price you are able to get when you sell. It's very important that these improvements be made before you put your home on the market. If cash is tight, investigate an equity loan that you can repay on closing.

3. Not selling .....



Order this report NOW and find out what you need to know to make your move up to a larger home free of worry and complications.
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