Frank Jermusek discovered his interest in law while in college at The University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. While studying Business at St. Thomas, Frank Jermusek was at the same time working for the Minnesota Investment Firm, Baker Investments. While his main work consisted of managing investments of the company, Frank began working on complex commercial transactions.
About Frank Jermusek
The Jermusek Law Firm, LLC
After studying law at William Mitchell, Frank Jermusek was hired immediately to work as an attorney at Leonard, Street and Deinard. In 2006, he founded his own law firm, The Jermusek Law Firm, LLC, which is based out of Minnesota.
The company is focused on providing sophisticated, creative, and practical solutions for clients dealing with real estate, business, and lending matters. Frank Jermusek has mainly focused his legal practice on business, real estate, lending, and golf/hospitality matters.
SVN | Northco
Working closely with his other Business, SVN | Northco, a real estate and investment firm also operating in the Minnesota area and Twin Cities, Frank Jermusek’s law firm will help individuals and companies across the greater Midwest handle legal work and strategies for real estate transactions, business transactions, and litigation for both.
In terms of real estate, Frank Jermusek’s firm will provide a practical solution to legal matters in purchase & sales, development & construction, debt & equity finance, leasing & property management, loan workouts & restructuring, commercial lending, 1031 Exchange, and, another speciality, Golf Course & Hospitality. In business, his firm will handle the legal work for business formation, contracts, mergers & acquisitions, and corporate finance.
In his work as a legal consultant and attorney at law, Frank Jermusek hopes to provide his clients with planning and preparation that will maximize the profit for their business or institution, and deliver the best possible results for that individual company or service.
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Whether you’re selling your home in a buyers or seller’s market, the process of selling your home can be stressful. Showing your home requires you to keep it presentable, which may mean difficult daily upkeep, especially with children or pets. You might have even closed the deal on your new house, and if your current home sits on the market for too long, you risk paying two mortgages until the current one sells.
Regardless, selling your home fast is in your best interests. With the proper approach, you can ensure you’re preparing your home to sell as quickly as possible.
Set the right asking price. While sellers may be tempted to set a higher asking price in anticipation of negotiation, high asking prices that don’t match the value of the home may deter buyers and agents from putting in offers. As a result, houses are more likely to sit on the market for longer if they’re priced too high. If you’re looking to welcome negotiation and sell quickly, price your house appropriately from the start.
Spruce up your curb appeal. Just as the house itself proves important when it comes to selling, so does the land it sits on. A house’s curb appeal is among the first thing prospective buyers notice when they view a home and can draw buyers inside to seal the deal. Make that first impression a positive one by planting flowers, repainting chipped or faded doors or siding, or adding new sod.
Update the exterior and interior. Prospective buyers appreciate attention paid to the small details. Updating old fixtures, applying fresh coats of paint, and tending to landscape are affordable and relatively simple ways to further your home’s appeal.
Stage your home and declutter. Staging your home not only establishes a space and its functionality, but also enables prospective buyers to imagine themselves in the space. Make sure you’re appropriately utilizing spaces and furnish them accordingly. While your formal dining room may serve as storage for your elliptical, it should be staged with a table and set of chairs for showings.
It’s also important to only furnish spaces with necessary items. Not only will simple designs make a space look larger, they also depersonalize the space, enabling prospective buyers to envision their families in the house. In addition to removing unnecessary furniture, be sure to remove knickknacks and other objects that might make the space appear dirty or cluttered.
List Online. With technology becoming more prominent in daily life, it’s beneficial to capitalize on major online portals and social media when listing your home. Portals such as Zillow, Realtor.com, and Trulia boast an expansive reach when it comes to prospective buyers. Social media can also serve to draw more prospective buyers in, proving to be just as effective selling homes as other listing services.
To optimize your online listing, ensure your listing has quality photos and enough shots for prospective buyers to decide they want to see your home in person.
You see houses around you selling fast, so you think yours will be a piece of cake to sell, and for top dollar at that. You’re not even worried about stuff like curb appeal because everything is flying off the shelves. Well, not exactly.
If it’s been six showings and you still have not gone under contract, it’s time to determine where the weakness is. The answer is usually two things, price, and condition, though marketing can also play a role. If the house is priced right, it will sell right away. If it is priced wrong in a hot market, it’s the way the property is priced or the way it’s exposed.
That exposure, or marketing, includes both modern and old-fashioned tactics. Having high-quality professional photos and easily accessible information help sell a home. Also what helps, is listing agents who know the neighborhood.
Price is important. Too many sellers set the price based on what they want to get for their home rather than what comparable homes are selling for. Or they think that having an updated roof or air conditioning is enough when in fact the kitchen is very outdated and so are the bathrooms.
Price the home based on sold homes, not actives. You need to look at the facts. Information is more than readily available via websites, apps and online home valuation tools to know what a home is worth before they come to look at it.
Don’t panic if you’re home is not updated, it will sell. It just needs to be priced based on its condition. The price needs to not scare the buyer away and has to be presented at a price that reflects that it needs to be remodeled.
No matter if the market is hot or not, removing clutter, sprucing up your home’s curb appeal, opening curtains and using professional photos in the listing will help it sell faster. You have to prepare your home to be as presentable as possible.