Showing posts from September, 2021

The Inside Scoop on Foreclosure Properties

Investing in foreclosure property can be very enticing when you see the sale price. Foreclosure properties have potential, but it will take some effort to make it worth it. Have you thought about investing in a foreclosure property, but you are not sure whether or not it's a good investment? Today, our real estate team at the Lake of the Ozarks would like to share with you the ins and outs of buying foreclosure property at the Lake of the Ozarks . Are foreclosures a good investment? A foreclosure property is a home that has been repossessed by the lender because the owners failed to pay the mortgage. Thousands of homes end up in foreclosure every year. Economic conditions affect the number of foreclosures, too. Many people lose their homes due to job loss, credit problems or unexpected expenses. It is wise to be cautious when considering a foreclosure. Many experts, in fact, advise inexperienced buyers to hire an expert to take them through the process. It is important to have th

Get Your Home SOLD With These Fall Staging Tips!

Fall is a great time to list your Lake of the Ozarks home and now is the time to start thinking about how you plan to stage your home. Staging your home plays a big role in your potential buyers' first impression of your home and whether they plan to buy it or not. That's why today, our team of top-notch real estate agents of Lake of the Ozarks have some great tips for staging your home this fall! Add Seasonal Plants Change out your plant containers and pots around your home to show off hardier plants that will flourish this time of year. Try colorful mums, goldenrods, burning bush or aster to show off a lively space. Create a Welcoming Front Porch With a new season comes a new look. Add a new welcome mat and a few seasonal plants and pumpkins. Hang a wreath on the door that embraces fall foliage, so it can be used through the holiday season. Add a festive seating area if you have the space. Put out colorful, fall-inspired pillows and a throw blanket when showing to create

Home Safety During Showings

Selling your home at the Lake of the Ozarks is an exciting experience, but one of the concerns that is often brought up is about home safety. Having a stranger walk through your home can make some feel uneasy and pose the questions of, “How secure is my home during the showings?" The Fran Campbell Team understands the importance of protecting your home during showings, which is why we take diligent precautions to ensure the safety of your home during these viewings. In this week's blog, we will offer a few safety tips when considering how to safely show your Lake of the Ozarks home. Depersonalizing Your Home Depersonalizing your home is great for a couple of reasons. First, it allows buyers to envision building their lives in your home, rather than distracting them with personal family photos and memorabilia. Secondly, your valuables are no longer in the home, minimizing the risk of theft and allowing the home to be effectively marketed online without exposing potentially dan

Labor Day Weekend at the Lake!

Labor Day Weekend at Lake of the Ozarks is the best way to close out summer. There’s nothing like getting to watch the spectacular firework displays after a long day of fun in the sun. Weekend visitors and homeowners at Lake of the Ozarks will make their way out to various resorts this weekend to take in all of the amazing views. You can view fireworks by land, on the water, or even from a Lake of the Ozarks cruise. Today, our team of real estate agents at Lake of the Ozarks have a list of where to see some great firework displays if you are going to be at the Lake for the long weekend! Fireworks Schedule! Courtesy of SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th Bear Bottom Resort Fireworks @ 9:45 p.m. View fireworks by land at Bear Bottom Resort or by water at the 38 MM. Parking is limited, so arrive early. Call for details: 573-374-6905 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Bear Bottom Resort Fireworks 9:45 p.m. View fireworks by land at Bear Bottom Resort or by water at the 38 MM. Parking is limited, so a