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Chaldeans taking advantage of the buyers market in real estate have to remember one thing: you still have to sell your current home. Chaldeans trying to sell their home should follow these easy do it yourself (DIY) tips. In fact, some of the most important fix-up projects a Chaldean homeowner can do to help speed the sale of their home in the spring can be done with a little planning and elbow-grease.
A good cleaning, a fresh coat of paint and groomed yard are the basics of preparing for a home sale. Like most everything in life, first impressions are important and a neat, clean look gives a good first impression to buyers.
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“For the Catholic there is no room for cowardice," says Frank Dado. “Cowardice is the opposite of the moral virtue of fortitude. Cowards are weak in difficult times and inconsistent in the pursuit of good. They are unable to resist temptation and easily succumb to sin. They fear death, trials, and persecutions. It is from either pride or cowardice that sin takes hold and grows. A Catholic coward will quickly become a Judas and sell-out his faith, his church, and his people.”
Most Chaldeans are secure about their faith. A legacy of courage in the throngs of tragic trials and persecution has proven Chaldeans do not break easy. “Evil has tried to penetrate the church walls of Chaldeans since the early formation of the church. The walls remain. Our church leaders are assassinated, thinking the flock will scatter. We do not,” says Dado defiantly. “Evil has now changed its strategy. It can not break Chaldeans, so it is trying to melt us.”
Dado refers to the slow burn Chaldeans endure in the West. “Forced to flee Iraq, rather than convert from their faith, Chaldeans now have to contend with the steady fire of Western sin.” Western society and culture continues to promote forbidden deeds as trendy, modern, progressive, or hip. Dado says Chaldeans are afraid to take action against what they know is immoral and evil. “Instead children call their parents boaters and misguidedly run into the arms of evil thinking it is cool or that they will be accepted.”
The pressure to remain silent or tolerate evil is real. Schools and college campuses have long used humiliation and shame to force Catholics and other pious groups into silence. This is why Dado considers them cowards. He says the cowards have been frightened into obeying what they know to be wrong.
Michigan, USA - Chaldean commercial realtors will have more access to a greater number of commercial listings. The additional information will create new opportunities for Chaldean property owners to expand their property portfolios.
The Commercial Board of Realtors’ listing information exchange has confirmed that two major commercial real estate houses will begin to share all their historical data and proprietary listings.
Johnny Bitti hopes to sell his home before July. Raymond Kalu, Century 21 Hometown agent from Sterling Heights, Michigan says, “Bitti needs to start thinking about how to make his home stand out from the rest. The trick is to spend time and money on fix-ups, getting the house to look neat and open instead of spending money on remodeling projects.”
Kalu seems to have his hand on the pulse of the market. Remodeling magazine completed a study of homeowners across America and the result is that the owners aren't recouping as many improvement costs as they could in recent years. In fact, real-estate agents advise clients not to overdo it, regardless of what the local market conditions are like.
The investment for any remodeling projects is added to the selling price of the home. Chaldean real-estate agents say that the buyers market is fiercely competitive and sellers will have trouble selling a home with value added costs added to the bottom line. The reason is that asking prices are based largely on comparisons with similar homes in the area, Kalu says. “And in the many markets that aren't exactly booming right now, buyers have more negotiating power over the price of a home,” he adds.
www.CHALDEAN.org contacted a number of Chaldean real-estate agents and asked them for their best tips for Chaldean homeowners looking to sell. Here is what they had to say…
Michigan, USA - It is a seller’s market in many Chaldean concentrated states. While the economy is doing great in states like Illinois, Nevada, Arizona, and California, Michigan’s economy continues to free-fall. In Michigan the real estate opportunities are far and wide as the buyer market continues to heat up as homes are foreclosed, residents move out of the state, and businesses close. Chaldeans can seize on the opportunity of depressed Michigan economy by finding and securing an undervalued piece of property.
There are many advantages of becoming a home owner. This includes the appreciation, tax benefits, a higher quality lifestyle, a more stable family life, and obviously the investment.
Chaldeans are able to better prepare themselves when planning to purchase a home. For such occasions consider these 5 Chaldean home buying power tips.