1. Sedona: What’s Not To Love?

    So, you’ve decided to move to Sedona. That’s great! As your local realtors, we love our city, and we know that we’ll be able to find a home here that you love. Sedona is known for its majestic red rock scenery — something that draws new residents and visitors alike.  In today’s blog from Brian and Cindy Real Estate, we’ll go over all the reasons why we love Sedona, and why we know you…Read More

  2. How to Stage Your Home to Sell

    When it comes to selling your home in Sedona, it’s important to understand how to stage it properly in order to make it the most appealing to buyers. Staging a home can even be thought of as one of the most important aspects of getting top dollar at the end of the day. In today’s world, people love a good visual, and there’s nothing better than walking into a beautiful home and picturing you…Read More

  3. How a Pre-Listing Home Inspection Can Help You Sell Your House

    How a Pre-Listing Home Inspection Can Help you Sell Your House Buying a new home is often a very happy and exciting life experience. Selling a house can sometimes be quite the opposite. If you’re selling your house, it’s very likely that you are currently facing, or will soon face some stressful negotiations with potential buyers. One way to reduce the stress involved with selling your home is…Read More

  4. Steps To Closing On A Home In Sedona

    After searching for weeks or even months on end for houses for sale in Sedona, whether on your own or with the help of a Realtor, you’ve finally found a Sedona home that’s perfect for you. While after you make an offer there are many steps to follow, nevertheless, you are on your way to becoming the owner of your very first home! That’s reason enough to celebrate a little. Before you begin p…Read More

  5. Signs You’re Ready To Buy A Home

    If you’ve been renting a home for years now and are tired of moving from place to place within Sedona — along with giving roughly 30 percent of your income to your landlord — then this blog is for you. While renting an apartment for the majority of your life is most certainly an option, many people today — especially of the millennial generation — dream of a yard with a white picket fenc…Read More

  6. Reasons to Buy a Home in Winter

    If you have been thinking about looking for a home in Sedona, but wanted to wait until spring “because that’s when you’re supposed to buy a house,” it might be time to reconsider your plans. Winter is not the typical time to start looking for a home, but there are some distinct advantages. After reading the benefits of buying in winter, contact Brian & Cindy Real Estate for a family of…Read More

  7. 10 Biggest Mistakes Home Sellers Make – Part II

    On the surface, selling a house might appear like an easy task. You might clean the house up a bit, put it on the market, and (hopefully) watch the offers roll in. But often, the process is not that easy and home sellers make mistakes along the way that are detrimental to a successful sale or that prolong the selling of the house. With an experienced real estate professional, you can avoid costly …Read More

  8. 10 Biggest Mistakes Home Sellers Make – Part I

    There are a lot of little details that go into selling a house. If you want to sell your house quickly, it’s essential that you work with a real estate agent who knows how to maneuver tricky situations in order to get the most out of your home. An experienced realtor will understand what common mistakes sellers often make in order to guide them through the process. If you’re looking to sell yo…Read More

  9. How to Make Your Offer More Appealing

    Headed into the autumn and winter months, there may be fewer people listing their home for sale. Which means if you are looking for real estate in Sedona, you might have some tough competition for a home you love. When the real estate market becomes tight, it’s especially important to make sure you are ready to be serious about buying a house. It means you have to move quickly and get your offer…Read More

  10. A Brief History of Sedona

    The moment you enter Sedona, you can see that there is a deep and rich history. First with the recognizable red rocks that started forming thousands and thousands of years ago, then with the Native Americans, and finally with a more recent history. To be a part of this vast historic community and to create your own Sedona history, get in touch with a realtor today who can help you find your home h…Read More