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Chris Heller Advises: Go Green With Energy Efficient Kitchen Appliances

September 17, 2014
At Heller The Home Seller, we are aware of the ever expending desire for everyone to use energy more wisely. As you know, using environmentally friendly cleaning products, recycling, and using biodegradable bin liners are just a few ways that families are going green in the kitchen. However, as we visit more homes, one of the most important and significant changes we see people making is buying and using energy efficient kitchen appliances. Here are some recommendations for you to lower your energy costs while also improving the appeal of your home.

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I Have A Lifeline For You

September 10, 2014
In a recent survey by the real estate website Zillow, it was revealed that over 50,000 homeowners in the Greater San Diego area are still “under water.” This means that there are many people who still owe more money on their mortgages than their homes are actually worth. If that’s your situation, The Chris Heller Team has a lifeline for you and you should definitely read on. You see, the team at Heller The Home Seller has worked with hundreds of clients in the past 5 years that have faced the same situation and we know how to help.

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What You Need To Hear

September 3, 2014

Many times, what you need to hear is not what you want to
hear. Yet, when you pay heed to what you need to hear, it
can make a positive difference in the direction of your life.

It can be painful to hear an uncomfortable truth about
yourself. It can also be highly useful and even
transformative.

Is there something you’ve been avoiding admitting to
yourself, something you need to hear? Go ahead, put it into
words, and then get busy doing something positive about it.

Do you resent others who have attempted to tell you what you
need to hear? Let go of the silly resentment, listen
carefully, and then move forward with newfound strength.

Truth is powerful and it can also be uncomfortable,
inconvenient, embarrassing, and troublesome. Truth is worth
the trouble, however, and when you’re willing to accept the
truth it will add great effectiveness to whatever you’re
doing.

Remember, growth only occurs when you are uncomfortable.

Go ahead, be strong, and listen to what you need to hear.
Put yourself on the bright, clear side of truth, and move
forward more positively than ever before.
 
Chris Heller
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The Home Seller

Keller Williams Realty
Office: 760.632.8408
Cell & Fax: 800.800.2978

 

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4 Reasons To Buy A Home Before The End Of 2014

August 27, 2014
With all of the conflicting reports coming out about the current real estate market, it’s no wonder that potential buyers are getting confused about whether now is actually the time to invest in real estate. At the “Heller The Home Seller” Team, we have seen every up and down in the real estate market and we feel very confident in saying that now is, in fact, a prime time to jump in — and we suggest that you do so by the end of the year. This isn’t just blind advice. We’ve taken the time to write about four reasons why you should buy a home before 2014 comes to a close.

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5 Things You Don’t Want to Hear From Your Home Inspector

August 20, 2014
Home inspections are a crucial part of the home-buying process. In fact, you should never skip this step. After your offer is accepted, you’re usually given a window of between 7-10 days to have anything of your choosing in the house and on the property inspected. We could not advise choosing to do this more. A house is probably the biggest investment that you and your family will make in your lifetime, so look to a professional before signing on the dotted line and committing yourself to something for the next 30 years. At Heller The Home Seller, we’ve been through this process thousands of times, so we’ve made a list of five thing that you never want to hear a home inspector say about a property.

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Projects For The End Of Summer

August 13, 2014
Nobody likes to think about the end of summer. Even as an adult that’s long out out the school vacation rhythms, there’s still something psychologically disappointing about the end of the season. Though, if you happen to have your home on the market or you’ve been thinking about putting it up for sale, instead of sulking about the end of nice weather, it would be wise to consider some end-of-summer projects that will keep your home looking great. A bit of maintenance now will ensure that your home looks it’s best during the seasons when it’s a little colder or rainier and these projects would be a lot more trouble to complete.

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3 Affordable Ways For Your Home To Stand Out

August 6, 2014
Occasionally, there comes a time where a homeowner thinks about what they might be able to fetch for their property on the open market. Maybe they’re hesitant because not every dream project got completed or the house isn’t as new as some of the others in the area. Don’t let that deter you from moving forward. There is a way to stand out and, after some slight improvements, get the most bang for your buck. Most of your money should be spent on your kitchen and bathroom. When a potential homebuyer goes to see a property, so long as the rest of your home isn’t a wreck, these two areas can do plenty to swing a decision. These are not rooms in which to skimp! However, you can still make these rooms elegant and inviting without breaking the bank. Here are some tips for how to accomplish a lot with a little.

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