17720 Connie Drive Ferrysburg, MI 49409

Beautiful two bedroom, two bath condo in the city of Ferrysburg. Main floor master bedroom, spacious living room, and main floor laundry. Kitchen has homecrest cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and a center island. Call Today! 616-638-1063

  • Listing Price: $214,900
  • Address: 17720 Connie Drive
  • Ferrysburg, Michigan 49409
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Full Baths: 2
  • Square Feet: 1,770

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510 Miller Dr. Grand Haven, Mi 49417

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34 N 8th Road Fruitport, MI 49415

 Craftsmanship at its very best. Meticulously- maintained, Gorgeous home in the Village of Fruitport. This home sits on 2+ acres and offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, attached 3 stall garage. Front covered porch offers character & charm welcoming your guests. When you enter this warm and inviting home you will find a spacious living room, Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and center island, main floor laundry and formal dining room. Finished Lower level walkout with family room, gas log fireplace, den/study and plenty of storage.Beautiful landscaping, above ground, pool with wrap around deck and close the bike path, schools, and town. Hop, skip and a jump to Grand Haven, Muskegon, and I96 to Grand Rapids. This home offers so much and is a must see call today.   2 acres | 3 bedrooms | 2 full baths | 1 partial baths | 3,350 square feet

Craftsmanship at its very best. Meticulously- maintained, Gorgeous home in the Village of Fruitport. This home sits on 2+ acres and offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, attached 3 stall garage. Front covered porch offers character & charm welcoming your guests. When you enter this warm and inviting home you will find a spacious living room, Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and center island, main floor laundry and formal dining room. Finished Lower level walkout with family room, gas log fireplace, den/study and plenty of storage.Beautiful landscaping, above ground, pool with wrap around deck and close the bike path, schools, and town. Hop, skip and a jump to Grand Haven, Muskegon, and I96 to Grand Rapids. This home offers so much and is a must see call today.

2 acres | 3 bedrooms | 2 full baths | 1 partial baths | 3,350 square feet

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616-638-1063

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Ten Tips for a Successful Open House

1. Ditch the Scents.
Instead of dousing your furniture and closets with Febreze and lighting cake scented candles try eliminating odors with a good deep cleaning. Give your appliances a good clean, shampoo your carpet and even repaint walls to eliminate prominent odors and lastly, simply open windows to let in fresh air and bring in some fresh flowers! This will show the next owners of your home that you took good care of your home, and you cared. Although it might require a little more work than you’d like, it will be totally worth it!

2. Let in the Light
Rooms seem bigger and open when they’re lit up! So make sure you open your shades or curtains and let in the natural light!

3. Stay Away
Let’s be honest, It’s always awkward when you’re looking at a house that you’re interested in, and the owners are there.

4. Clean out the Closets
Think back to when you were buying your home. Organization and seeing how people took care of the home played a big roll in your decision if you were going to buy it or not. You’re planning on moving anyways, so just take a couple hours and clean out those closets!

5. No Pets
If you’re planning your open house, make sure you’re going somewhere where your little fur kids can come along too. Not everyone loves those little kiddos like we do and might not want them around, even if they are interested in your home. If someone has a fear of cats or dogs, they might not even take the time to look at your home.

6. Welcoming Entryways
Little things like wiping the dirt off of your door, buying a new mat, getting a nice plant outside of your entryway can make buyers feel more welcome to their potential home!

7. Take down the “Personal” Items
So you don’t have to go as far as taking down family photos, but if you have anything that could be a little controversial, just take it down.

8. Buy New Towels
Having items that match and “go with the flow” give a sense that the home is organized and calming.

9. Set your table
Staging your dining room can be a huge plus for potential home buyers. If people see a living space and connect with it the way, they would set it up and use it. It can be a huge selling point.

10. Safety and Privacy
When you’re getting ready for your home, make sure you store away your “questionable” items. Any jewelry, weapons, prescription medication even kitchen knives. Make sure that’s all out of sight.

5 Tips For Selling Your Home In The Winter

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1. Keep It Cozy
Make sure you turn the heat up, use throws, rugs, make the room look super cozy!

2. Put out Year Rounded Beauty
Putting out Spring, Summer and Fall Images of your home during our open house to let buyers see what the listing looked like in those seasons.

3. Decorate Tastefully
Since it’s Winter/Christmas season make sure to decorate your home with pretty lights, have a tree up and lightly scented candles.

4. Use the Smaller Inventory to your Advantage
Inventory defiantly gets smaller in the winter, and if you’re thinking of selling, this could be an advantage to you! Make a list of what makes your home’s features special, if you have a fireplace make sure to promote that in your listing. People searching for homes in the winter season will appreciate a cozy lit fireplace!

5. Appear Meticulous
Leaving a note in the entryway asking potential buyers to take off their shoes isn’t disrespectful. In fact, It’ll show that you care about your home, and you’re concerned about its cleanness. It will reflect well on the state of the house in general.

 

Why Sell Now

1. People, who are searching for homes in the winter, are serious about finding a home. Anyone, which is willing to go out and track through the rain and snow is determined!

2. In the winter, inventories are lower, and if someone is rushing to find a home, you’re going to sell your home closer to your listing price.

3. Demand is strong. According to the National Association of Realtors, the number of buyers in the market has begun to increase. These people are willing and can buy.

4. Mortgages will be easier to get. Lenders will potentially be forced to loosen their lending standards and qualifying credit scores so they can compete for the buyers coming into the market.

5. You’re able to ask for a higher price for your home! Low inventory drives price increases!!

6. Lastly, There will never be a time to move-up. If you’re considering moving into a more expensive home, do it now. Prices are projected to go up by 4% this year and 8% by the end of 2015

Sell Your House in one Showing

1. Declutter Your Home
So decluttering can be stressful and overwhelming. To make it easier for you, go room by room. That way it makes it all a little less stressful and more organized. Also, before you start, decide on timing and how much decluttering needs to be done.

2. Deep Clean
It’s just worth it, It will show that you care about your home, and you like things looking nice!

3. Sell and Donate Unwanted Items
Have a garage sale, sell online, bring to goodwill. Any items that you’re debating on selling or donating, just do it! It’ll help declutter your mind as well.

4. Neutralize your Home
People get distracted by bold prints and colors, make sure you neutralize your decor, so everything looks soft and organized!

5. Paint
One coat of paint can go a long way and make your home look fresh and eliminate strong odors

6. Half-empty closets
Buyers are always looking for extra space and storage, so If you clean out those closets and keep it organized, buyers will notice that there are lots of additional storage!

7. The first Impression is the Only Impression
Buyers had already judged your home before they walked in your home. Make sure your exterior is just as prepared as your interior. Wipe off dirt, set your entryway to be welcoming.

8. Light up Your Home!
Make sure the house is well lit, rooms look larger when there is more lighting.

9. Smells
Make sure your home is smelling nice! You want to open your windows and let the home smell fresh.

10. Stage you Home
Deep cleaning, decluttering and depersonalizing to make your home look as appealing as possible. A survey by the International Association of Home Staging Professionals 95% of staged homes sell in 23 days or less, on average.

 

Tips on Coffee Table Decor

1 // Natural Elements. Stay with neutral colors this will be sure to go with just about any decor you decide to put in your living space.

2 // Light a lantern or candles. With coffee tables; if you jazz it up too much people will feel like they cant get comfortable in your home. You want guests to feel relaxed and have an overall good vibe. If you light a candle or lantern you will give off a relaxed and comfort vibe!

3 // Take old and make it new. If you take old bottles or old glasses and paint them with whites or beiges this will give you home a bit of a rustic but modern feel.