2647 Tristan Drive, Lafayette

2647 Tristan Drive, Lafayette

~Welcome to 2647 Tristan Drive in Lafayette Indiana~     You will love the beautiful view of the pond from this well cared for, former model home, in Lafayette!  This brick and vinyl 2-story home is situated on a nicely landscaped corner lot with a full irrigation system!     You are welcomed into this home by a large foyer entry.  From the moment you walk into this home you will feel a breath of fresh air and rejuvenation!  The relaxing colors on the walls throughout will bring you a sense of peace and comfort.  You will make many wonderful memories with your family and friends over having an open floor plan that offers a formal dining room and a great room with a corner fireplace that opens to the kitchen.  The kitchen offers a breakfast nook, built-in desk, center island and all of the appliances.     The second floor offers four bedrooms and two full bathrooms.  There is a loft area that makes a great space for an office or play area.  The lovely master bedroom has cathedral ceilings and an en suite with a walk-in shower, twin sink vanity, a separate soaking tub and a walk-in closet.        There is a great backyard with mature landscaping – perfect for relaxing this summer!  The neighborhood offers community parks with playgrounds and more!      This home is located in Avalon Bluffs in Lafayette Indiana and is convenient to nearby hospitals, shopping, downtown Lafayette, I-65 access and a quick commute to Purdue in West Lafayette. Contact The Romanski Group for more information (765) 293.9300 or click below:   For more questions or...
Pitfalls of Overpricing!

Pitfalls of Overpricing!

By educating yourself about some common missteps you can save yourself from making a costly mistake when listing your home. Many folks who decide to sell their home fall victim to these four pitfalls of overpricing:   1. Pricing your home based on emotion, not data, can cost you big. You don’t need to be Bob Barker to know when the price just isn’t right. You need to keep in mind the location first and foremost and who are going to be the likely buyers. Home pricing is more of a calculated strategy, but many homeowners price their homes with their heartstrings attached or from the advice of family instead of hard data and advice from their Realtor. 2. Overpricing Your Home to “Test the Waters”: Homeowners often think that it’s OK to overprice at first, because — who knows? — maybe you’ll just get what you’re asking for. Although you can certainly lower an inflated price later, you’ll sacrifice a lot in the process. The most obvious damage: A house that remains on the market for months can result in low offers or no offers. And worse: Continually lowering the price could turn off potential buyers who might start wondering just what is wrong with your home.  “Buyers are smart and educated,” says Erin Romanski of Keller Williams Realty.  “If a home is out of their reach based on price, they are not going to even consider it and option.” 3. Not Responding Accordingly to What the Market is Saying: Once your home is on the market, you’ll start accumulating another set of data that will serve as the ultimate price...
Fast and Financially Rewarding Sale

Fast and Financially Rewarding Sale

Preparing Your Home for a Fast and Rewarding Sale If you are considering selling your Lafayette area home…it’s time to get prepared and roll out the welcome mat.  This is an exciting decision in most situations.  Whether your family is ready to “move on” or “move up”, there are a number of things you can do prior to putting your home on the market that will improve your selling experience and give buyers a view of your home they will value more.  Consider these simple suggestions to help you sell quicker and for a financially rewarding sale. 1. Tidy up and Depersonalize We all get comfortable in our own homes and collect a lot of things.  Before rushing to put your home on the market, put on your “buyer’s hat” and think about what people will see when they look at your home. Buyers considering your property are likely viewing your home along with several other properties.  It is somewhat like a dating process. Think of all the things that made you fall in love with your home when you bought it, and try to reproduce that feeling for a buyer.  Allow a buyer to imagine themselves in your home by depersonalizing and removing excess family photos and decorations.  Clutter is your worst enemy.  Pack up and store extra clothes in your closets, off season coats, extra blankets and shoes, etc.  You might as well go ahead and pack up all of your special keepsakes, china, extra household items – anything that you don’t need on a day to day basis. 2. Minor Upgrades Can Make a Huge Difference The age...