Justin Kraft: Setting Up for Future Success with the Sale of a House

Justin Kraft, Courtesy of Knock

When Justin Kraft accepted a new job in Greater Atlanta several years ago, he also decided to buy a house in the area.

It made sense at the time. (more…)

The More Time a House Spends on the Market, the Lower the Profit

Does the length of time a house is on the market affect its selling price? The Knock blog is leaning toward “yes.” (more…)

How Overpricing a House Costs Time, Money and Peace of Mind

We’ve discussed overpricing on this blog several times and how it actually does more harm than good. Many home sellers hold onto the notion that the best approach is to price high originally and then negotiate the number down to their ideal sales price. (more…)

Houses with Pools Result in a 74% Upside for Alpharetta Sellers

Memorial Day weekend is nearly upon us, and that can only mean one thing: After months of complaining about the cold, we will all be seeking reprieve from the summer heat.

There’s no better way to do that than by lounging in a cool pool with a refreshing beverage and jamming to some great music. (more…)

5 Mistakes Homeowners Make When Selling Their Properties

Selling a property is an emotional and taxing process that can lead tons of homeowners to make some missteps. And when someone is on a timeline to sell a house and move into a new one, there’s little to no room for error. (more…)

Selling Your Home? What You Need to Know About Seller Concessions

paying for house

So, you’re selling your first home: After countless weeks of keeping it spotless and showing it to prospective buyers, you finally found someone! This person is serious and willing to pay your asking price. You breathe a huge sigh of relief. Your home is nearly off the market. (more…)