After viewing many great Beavercreek homes for sale, you've finally found the one that is perfect for your family. Now that you're ready to make an offer, our REALTORS® want to help make this process as easy and successful as possible for you. Buying a home is a huge milestone, and while we share in your excitement, we also want our buyers to be prepared for potential hurdles that may slow the process — particularly an obstacle that many home buyers refer to as a "bidding war."
Contrary to the phrase, competition between buyers is actually a civil event that often occurs when a property's features, location, and price appeals to a large number of potential buyers. Thankfully, our agents have successfully represented many homeowners during the springtime when buyer competition is often higher. We've gathered five effective strategies that you can use when bidding on a home in Beavercreek this spring.
No matter your athletic interests, age, fitness level, or schedule, there are a ton of great ways to enjoy a workout or participate in your favorite recreational activities in the Kettering area. The Kettering Recreation Complex offers extensive fitness facilities, an aquatic center, ice skating, a track, gymnasium, nursery, senior center, and so much more. It's also a popular gathering place for the community, with extended hours that make it easy to plan visits that fit your schedule.
Our REALTORS® know the Kettering community, and we've got the inside scoop on how residents of all ages can enjoy the facilities at the Kettering Recreation Complex.
Spring cleaning rises to an entirely new level when you're preparing to sell your home. You will need to do more than wash the windows, clean the carpets, and sweep out the garage to attract bids from buyers perusing the listings of Beavercreek homes for sale. There's plenty of work to do and there is no time to waste. If you want your home to appeal to buyers, then the following are some things you need to take care of.
You'll want to fix any leaky faucets, repair any damaged appliances, and clean the furnace. You should also replace batteries in smoke detectors, inspect/replace fire extinguishers, and repair any damaged or malfunctioning electrical outlets. While some sellers choose to replace old appliances and upgrade dated lighting fixtures before listing, a better option is to leave these on the table as negotiating chips. Doing so allows prospective buyers to choose the appliances and fixtures that match their vision for the home.
If your family includes children of different ages, it's difficult to find entertainment that satisfies all of them. Families in Huber Heights and Washington Township love the convenient access to a wide range of activities appealing to everyone. Our REALTORS® recommend two of the more popular facilities for family fun.
Jumping on a trampoline creates a sense of freedom that puts a smile on anyone's face. The Main Court at Get Air Huber Heights , located at 6020 Chambersburg Road, includes thousands of square feet of side-by-side trampolines so everyone can jump to their heart's content.