Pam Gantt, CCNC resident, Ralph Ronalter, CCNC Chair of the Membership Committee & Director of Golf Jeff Dotson join Bill Sahadi on this weekend’s talk show, All Things Moore County. Ralph, Pam & Jeff cover a host of great information not only about CCNC’s history, but how the club has evolved over time and remains responsive to it’s members needs. The junior programs, the membership process, and the golf course changes are just a few of the topics covered during this show.
Jessica Patella, ND (Naturopathic Doctor) joins Bill Sahadi as this week’s guest. Patella shares many healthy tips for the holidays and the upcoming year, including, a wellness program, and great information on the right type of supplements and vitamins for the immune system. Proper nutrition is one of the hallmarks of Patella’s practice. Patella is currently working on a book on natural remedies and is easily reached at her Pinehurst office, located above Putterboys on Magnolia Rd. or at her website, www.awarenesswellness.com.
Outgoing Southern Pines Mayor, Mike Haney, and outgoing Town Council member, and former So. Pines Mayor Mike Fields are Bill Sahadi’s guests on this week’s edition of All Things Moore County. A Southern Pines Perspective is offered up by two men who have a unique vantage point from which to talk about the special things that make Southern Pines such a great community to live, work and raise a family in. Haney & Fields handle a variety of subjects of interest for all Southern Pines residents at the kickoff of our Holiday season.
Imagine a deck of playing cards thrown onto your kitchen floor in random order. Each card represents a home on the market in your price range.
What will make today’s buyer pick up your card above the other 51? The theory of the best goes something like this:
In order to get the best price for your home, it’s got to be the best price, in the best condition and in the best location. By meeting all the requirements of the “best”, you increase the odds of getting an offer on your home in a shorter period of time.
Sellers that have gotten to “punch their ticket” so to speak, and move on, will have had their home appraised prior to listing it. The appraisal is then used as a marketing tool for those sellers who are willing to price their home below the appraised value, or ahead of the market curve.
They can look back now and see the value of putting their home “in the market”, and not just “on the market”. Getting a prelisting Home Inspection and addressing the punch list of items that might come up is your way of assuring the buyer that the home is in top condition, and helps to qualify the offers that will come your way.
The market ultimately determines value, not what we would like or need, but what the market will bear.
Increase the odds of getting an offer on your home, by pricing it ahead of the market curve, and use that prelisting appraisal as the best marketing tool you can.
You only get one chance to make a first impression. Make it the best one you can. Call an experienced Realtor and get the formula right the first time.
Well known real estate instructor Bill Gallagher joins Pinehurst Southern Pines Association of Realtor members Lucretia Pinnock of Pinnock Real Estate and Relocation Services, Pat Phillips of Rhodes & Co. and host Bill Sahadi of Fore Properties to discuss the many facets of the Moore County real estate market.