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Thursday, November 7, 2019   /   by Lindsey Gudger

3 Key Advantages for Buyers Who Work With Every Door Real Estate

Today we’ll walk you through three key advantages that buyers have when they work with a broker from Every Door Real Estate.


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One of the most important things that we at Every Door Real Estate can offer to a buyer in this market is a track record of success unlike any other. There is no other team in King County that has closed more buyer transactions than us.

The second advantage buyers get from working with us is the unique company structure that we have. We find the old way of doing real estate—where you had one broker and no support—to be inefficient and ineffective.

Instead, we’ve taken one very talented broker and backed them up with subject matter experts. We have a team that works on nothing except the pricing of homes so that you know what to offer. We have another team dedicated solely to focusing on contracts to make sure that you reta ...

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Friday, June 14, 2019   /   by Lindsey Gudger

Why Searching for Your “Unicorn House” Isn’t a Good Idea

Here's a word of advice for buyers in search of their “unicorn house.”


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Given the number of homebuyers we work with each year, it’s no surprise that many of them come to us with a list of 20 to 60 items they absolutely must have in their future home; this is where the term “unicorn house” originates from.


Pursuing your “unicorn house” is probably not a good idea. Why? Well, for the very same reason you wouldn’t pursue a unicorn: They just don’t exist.


Because you’re unlikely to find the home that checks off all 10 boxes, house-hunting requires some compromises. One major drawback of holding out for the perfect home is that you’ll often end up sitting on the sidelines waiting for that home to arrive on the market; some wait months, others wait years, and others choose to never buy at all.


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Thursday, May 30, 2019   /   by Lindsey Gudger

3 Things to Know About a Pre-Sale Home Remodel

Today, let’s talk about preparing your home to list on the market—specifically, whether or not it’s a good idea to remodel before you sell.


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When it comes to selling your home for the most money possible, complete remodels often aren’t the right way to go, and there are three reasons why:

1. It’s very rare that you can do a major remodel and still recoup all the money you put into the project. Unless you love spending money that you don’t get back, just skip it.

2. Buyers don’t always love the same home features that you do. Even if you up the price of the home to account for the features you put in, there’s no guarantee that buyers will see the value in your additions/upgrades that you do.

3. Construction deadlines and costs are unpredictable. The kitchen remodel that you think is going to cost you about $60,000 could en ...

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Thursday, May 30, 2019   /   by Lindsey Gudger

Featured in Seattle Real Producers

Over the last four years, Every Door Real Estate has worked diligently to create a unique and dynamic platform where new and accomplished brokers can finally have the leverage to grow without constraint. Its an honor to be recognized by Real Producer magazine for our accomplishments. Thanks to EVERYONE at EVERY DOOR for making this possible. We will always be at your service.

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Thursday, May 2, 2019   /   by Lindsey Gudger

Are Pre-Listing Inspections Worth It?

If you’re considering ordering a pre-listing inspection, there are a few pros and cons you must consider first.


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Sellers often ask us whether it’s worthwhile to order a pre-listing inspection before putting a home on the market, so we’d like to share our thoughts on this common query today.


One of the major drawbacks to a pre-listing inspection is that once you’ve gotten the results, you are legally required to disclose the findings to the buyer. Also, if you choose to repair these items, doing so can hold a hefty price tag. And to top it all off, the buyer may go on to order an inspection of their own later on in the deal. Some buyers simply aren’t comfortable trusting the results of an inspection ordered by the seller.


Of course, pre-listing inspections aren’t without certain advantages, too. First, ordering a pre-listing inspe ...

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