RISMEDIA, March 18, 2008-Serious home sellers and buyers are invited to an open house with real estate and mortgage professionals who will explain how to succeed in today’s housing market. Free and open to the public, the event will provide an insider’s view of making the most of the 2008 spring home selling season.
Diane Turton, Realtors’ in Wall Township in New Jersey is presenting the ‘Buying and Selling in Today’s Market” open house on Saturday and Sunday, March 29 and March 30. The event, which runs from 1 to 5 p.m. on both days, will be held at the firm’s Wall sales office at 2383 Route 34 South in Manasquan, New Jersey. Buyers and sellers can RSVP by March 27th to reserve a free copy of Diane Turton’s “Buyers and Sellers Guide,” or just stop by.
“The best way to get a jump start on the spring selling season is to attend our open house,” said Diane Turton, the company’s president and broker of record. “Bring your questions and our professionals, who know the local market, can offer useful solutions to help you buy your dream home or sell your house.”
Here is an opportunity to find out what is really happening in the housing market.
Financing representatives from Turton Signature Mortgage, LLC will discuss how to secure a historically low mortgage rate right now. They will also explain financing options and review where rates are heading later this year. Real estate sales consultants will show how realistic home pricing and carefully calculated offers are producing rapidly closed sales. Also, visitors to the open house can meet with home staging and house inspection experts.
Sellers who want to create a dramatic impression on home buyers are advised to speak with home staging pros. From removing clutter to highlighting a room’s size or appeal, experts will share their secrets. If a family needs hands-on assistance, home visits can be scheduled, too.
The home inspector can review how to decide what maintenance or repairs are essential to make before listing a home. Bring along photos showing your home inside and out, so the inspector can suggest ways to make improvements that are low cost and easy to do.
For more information and to make a reservation, contact Susan Giroux, manager of the Wall Township office, by March 27th at 732-292-1400. Or, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. To download an invitation to this open house, visit