Spring Market – Let’s Sell!

by Tracy Molnar on March 6, 2017

Clocks spring forward this weekend but the South Bend\Mishawaka\Granger housing market has sprung forward already. Some neighborhoods in particular are really moving.  As of today on 3/6/17, the following neighborhoods are just a few that are heating up.

Subdivision Current Pendings Sold since 1/1/17
Covington Shores 3 1
Kensington Farms 3 1
Knollwood West 3 1
Lafayette Falls 2 2
Pheasant Pointe 3 2
Quail Ridge South 5 0
Reverewood 3 4
Ridgedale 2 1
Sunnymede 3 2
Twyckenham Hills 3 1
Waterford Green 0 4
Wooded Estates 2 2

 

If you’re thinking of selling, call The Molnar Group and we’ll spring into action.  We can give you a personalized market analysis for your home and neighborhood and we’ll also help you get prepared to make a great impression on the market, bringing you the quickest sale possible.

574-217-4770  |  tracy@realst8.com

 

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Did your Mom ever tell you take make your bed when you were growing up?  Well, she was right.  If you have your house listed for sale, do everything you can to prepare for a showing.  And that includes making your bed, putting extra clothes and personal items away, and hopefully an overall de-cluttering throughout your house.  Your potential buyer isn’t buying your bed or decorating sense. But you don’t want to distract them from wanting to make your home be their new home.

Contact tracy@realst8.com when you’re ready to sell.  We’ll help you get on the right path to get the best dollar for your home.

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Anyone looking to sell near Notre Dame?

by Tracy Molnar on March 2, 2017

Can you help? We have a buyer looking for a ~2,000 square foot home with character near Notre Dame. Do you know anyone interested in selling? Have them call or email: 574-217-4770 or tracy@realst8.com

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Backyard not so private?…You can change that!

by Tracy Molnar on March 1, 2017

Is a private back yard on your wish list for your next home in the South Bend, Mishawaka, Notre Dame area? Don’t count a house out just because its close to a neighboring home or it’s in view of a neighbor’s unsightly shed – consider adding privacy.  For around $3,000, Ginger Valley Nursery can plant a row of evergreen trees along a 100 foot wide lot, creating a seven to eight foot high barrier and the privacy you desire.  In the lower photo here, you can’t see that the trees block a Walgreens pharmacy. It’s an easy and affordable way to transform an open yard into one with  year-round privacy.  For greater variety you can also stagger rows of arbor vitaes or add spruce trees.

Sometimes, people have the time to wait for the perfect house to come on the market. If you don’t have the time or patience, realize many obstacles can be overcome. They say money doesn’t grow on trees. But for a little bit of money, trees can make your yard feel like a million bucks.

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Gray vs Tan

by Tracy Molnar on February 24, 2017

Check out our vote of gray vs tan on our Facebook page. A random winner will walk away with a $50 Lowes gift card.  Click link or picture below to get to the Facebook post.

http://bit.ly/2lisvsk

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