John’s Cafe in Ranson WV FOR SALE! Founded in 2010 serving Greek and American Food, this Restaurant has been a favorite spot in the Ranson Area. Located in Jefferson Crossing, facing Route 9. Sharing the area with Kohls, Weis Grocery, Dunkin Doughnuts, Subway, and Many more store’s, this is the perfect area for traffic! All trade fixtures, signage, menu, recipe’s, convey. This is your chance to own your own Restaurant and be successful on the First Day! Turn Key Operation. No Real Estate Conveys, 11 Years left on current lease. Any purchaser must be approved by landlord.
Check out this article in the Herald Mail, “Is this a good time to sell”. I was quoted in the article, and was asked about the local real estate market in the eastern panhandle. Check out the full article by following the link at the bottom of the page!
“Real estate, regardless where you’re at, is very, very local,” said Aaron Poling, president of West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle Board of Realtors. “So you want to go find the Realtor that knows the most about your community, get their advice, get them to do a market analysis.
“Overall, I think it’s a great time to list, but it always comes down to your very specific situation. My default answer is: Talk to the Realtor that knows your very specific area.”
“They might know about some foreclosures that are out there or other properties” that are depressing prices in your area and that could affect the appraisal of the home you’re trying to sell, he said.
“They may know very specific things, like trends of when the majority of folks list or buy in your community,” he said. “There’s trends in every specific area.”
Great article from msn.com, The Five Rules for Real Estate. I would recommend these tips to buyers and sellers looking to get into the real estate market. These are some common sense rules that often get overlooked.
1. Don’t make an offer without pre-approval
Getting pre-approved means a lender has vetted your credit and financials and is so far willing to continue the mortgage dance. Pre-approval letters detail your purchasing power and provide sellers and real estate agents a degree of confidence they won’t get anywhere else.
2. Use a real estate agent
For many consumers, buying a home is the single biggest purchase they’ll ever make. It’s something you’ll do maybe a handful of times. It can pay to have an expert in your corner.
3. Put down earnest money
It’s customary, if not legally required, to provide a deposit when you make an offer on a home. Known as earnest money, this deposit is typically 1-2% of the purchase price, although the amount can vary by location and other factors.
4. Sell yourself
Don’t just submit a solid offer and cross your fingers if you’re shopping in a competitive real estate market. Take every opportunity you get to tell your story and sell yourself.
5. Tour homes in person
Mobile video technologies like Google Glass are ushering in a new era for home tours. Cool tech and new apps can be a huge help for consumers moving to new states or service members purchasing homes during a deployment.