“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” Home Hits the Market This Year!
If you are trying to keep up with the Kardashians, you definitely know this home. It was featured as the Kardashian house for the latest season of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” but the K family didn’t really live in the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom Los Angeles estate. This property was just used for the show’s exterior shots. The estate is currently on the market, so if you are interested in looking like you are keeping up, it will cost you $6.25 million. KARDASHIAN-MODERN-INTERITO kardashians-house

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Ellen Finds The Funniest Real Estate Listings EVER (VIDEO)
Here at Kis Property we love making fun of zany classified ads, and apparently Ellen DeGeneres is no different. On her show, she dug up the funniest real estate listings she could find. One listing in particular had Ellen and the audience rolling in laughter. Let's just say it starts with a male sex organ and ends with Ellen politely saying, "No, I'll pass thank you."

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Do This, Not That: Tips for Staging Your Home
You never get a second chance at a first impression. It is important that potential buyers get a great first impression when they come to your home for an open house or see your listing online. Factors like cleanliness, brightness, and furniture placement all make a big impact on the home’s overall appearance. Making buyers feel comfortable in a new space is key to selling a home says sales manager Peter Kafkas. We also asked our Facebook fans for their best tips for staging a home to sell. Here are 5 tips for staging your home: “Make sure all furniture is about one and a half inches from the wall, this creates the illusion of more space. Clear all personal pictures. If the front door is worn, paint it an interesting color that is inviting and make sure the path to the home is welcoming.” – Michael L. “You hope that you will have a lot of people in short period of time, freedom of movement is essential.” - Leesa B. “Good photos get action. Make sure the lights are on and that you are using a good camera. Don’t use your cell phone!” – Kristy W. “Everything off the counters! Toilet seats down. Blinds all the way up to show off recently cleaned windows.” – Wayne F. “Stage with smaller furniture to make rooms bigger and go with light colored furnishings unless the area dictates darker classy designs.” – Peter C.

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Amazing Tips for Darwin First homebuyers

If you are looking at buying your own home there are a number of things to consider to ensure you make the right choice.

Congratulations! You are ready to buy a home in Darwin. Purchasing a home is an exciting life milestone and is a huge decision with so many factors to consider. Finding the right property can be a challenge. What may seem like a good fit now may not be the best choice for you in the long run.

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Here are a some tips when buying a home

Think about your lifestyle – how you live day-to-day, your plans for the future and your budget will determine the home you buy. Will you need more or less room in the future? Is it important that you live close to family, work, parks, cafes and other recreational facilities? Consider how far you are prepared to live from schools and shops and if there is good access to transport.

Neighbourhood - Do your research before looking at homes in neighborhoods that aren’t convenient for young families. Look into school districts, local parks, neighbours and proximity to doctors and hospitals. Consider the length of your commute to work so that you can maximize the amount of time you have to spend with your family.

Space – How many kids do you want to have? Simple things like sharing a bathroom or closet space can become a hassle in the long run. Families with small children might want to look into an open-concept floor plan for safety reasons. A designated playroom might be a smart idea for your family, or maybe you’d prefer two levels instead of three. List out what your priorities before making the move.

Affordability - Now that you know what you’re looking for, the next step is figuring out what type of home you can afford. A review of your income, savings, monthly expenses and debt will be necessary.

Offer - Once you’ve found your ideal house, it’s time to get started with the financial and contractual side of the purchase. Let your Peter Kafkas Team property professionals guide you through this process. Purchase contracts vary in length and terms from state to state. Multiple offers on the same home are not uncommon, so you may only get one chance to make an offer that the seller will consider. That’s why it’s important to think carefully about your strategy.

Inspection – Once you’ve made an offer, hire a professional home inspector to give the house a standard inspection and make sure that it is a safe home for your family.

The Peter Kafkas team are ready to make a commitment to help you capitalize on current market opportunities and assist you in making an informed decision. A Call2View agent can help ensure you make the right choice for the long term, get a better understanding of different neighborhoods, schools, and market conditions, find a mortgage specialist, and more. Find an agent today!

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