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In today's trying times, it makes sense to have all the skill on your side. You need professional and knowledgeable people in your corner to help you reach your goal of home ownership, or when selling your home. We look forward to having you as friends, answering your questions, and talking with you here! Thanks for visiting. --Aaron Nelson for

Tell me what you need to know. If I don't know the answer, I will find the answer for you. If you need to know something about buying or selling, just post the question below. All comments and questions will be answered. If you have a question that you would like a personal response to, then please, leave an email address with your comment. You can also email me directly at or call (606) 789-8008, or you can visit us online at I am looking forward to your comments and questions. --Rowdy Davis, RE/MAX Professional

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Anonymous asked: What are some tips for selling a home? 6/21/2010

One thing to remember is less is more. The less of your personal items a potential client sees, the more they can see their own stuff in the space. Empty is not better, but you do not want a ton of personal photos or piles of magazines laying everyhere. Just declutter. You will be moving anyway, when you sell. Go ahead and box up, then put in storage, not in the corner...

Anonymous asked: Should I paint before selling? 6/24/2010

Unless you have a crazy design or really loud colors. Don't do it. The majority of buyers will change it when they move in.

Anonymous asked: What about my yard? How much landscaping do I need do before showing? 7/6/2010

You mainly want the shrubs to be trimmed. Don't have them covering sidewalks and windows. Have grass mown, and if you can freshen the mulch, that's always good.

What if? asked: What if I don't like my agent. Am I obligated to them? Can I change if we just don't get along? 6/16/2010

Unless you sign an agreement to use them exclusively, then you can change. Just be sure you switch for the right reasons. If they are not answering your questions, not getting back with you, or refuse to listen to what your needs are, then I say switch. Just don't jump from person to person, or pretty soon, no one will want to work with you.

Confused asked: There are several different houses that I would like to look at but they are listed by different realtors. Do I have to call each realtor individually to see the houses? 6/15/2010

In or area, as well as, other, the local real estate companies work together to help sell houses. So to answer your question, no, you can use a single realtor. It is encouraged that you do. You can talk to some and see who you feel comfortable working with. Then stick with them. They will be able to show you all the properties listed in the area. If you stay with one, you will get better sevice and the realtor will work harder, knowing you won't be jumping from realtor to realtor.

Anonymous asked: How do I get a better deal? When is the right time to buy? 3/14/2010

Now is the time. The new first time home buyers' tax credit ends April 30th. It can be up to an 8,000 dollar tax credit. Interest rates are at an all time low and it is a buyer's market. You can get a deal on a house that a few years ago, you couldn't. Get in while the getting is good!

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