Meet Laura Huntsman, Podcast Host
Laura Huntsman brings to her work an ebullient personality and a smorgasbord of skills, that combine in such a way as to create the highly professional and successful Realtor that she is. She knows exactly how to ‘kick in’ to her in-depth information gathering mode, diagnosing complex data, relevant players, potential outcomes and obstacles, and can become a ‘terrier on a pant leg’ when she needs to be. Her nurturing people-skills and uber-savvy negotiating skills were perfected during her eclectic career journey. Laura grew up surrounded by renowned journalists, actors, directors, politicians and writers. It has definitely shaped who she is now, and why she is the perfect host of Princeton Real Estate Podcast.
Preparing Your House For Sale
with Katie Eastridge of Eastridge Design
In Episode One, I am honored to have Katie Eastridge, of Eastridge Design in Princeton, as my guest for a conversational chat about how to approach preparing your house for sale. With the current lack of residential inventory on the market in the Greater Princeton area, combined with the high demand from buyers for houses to purchase, this is a great time to sell your home. What may seem like a daunting task at first, the reality of selling your home doesn’t need to be overwhelming.
with Nick Dogias of Vitale Inspection Services
Nick Dogias, of Vitale Inspection Services, is my special guest here in Episode Two, as together we tackle the topic of the Home Inspection process. Home Inspections are imperative for buyers, and yet, are often dreaded by sellers. In this episode, Nick and I delve deeply into: the evolution of inspections over the past 15 – 20 years, what typically gets inspected and what doesn’t, how sellers can improve the process, frequent misconceptions, and where home inspections are headed in the immediate future.
All About Home Appraisals
with Beth Ogilvie of Ogilvie Appraisals
My guest here in Episode 3 is the highly respected appraiser, Beth Ogilvie, of Ogilvie Appraisals in Princeton. Beth is undoubtedly one of the best in the business, when it comes to appraising residential properties, and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to explore with her the often misunderstood subject of home appraisals. The appraisal can often be a very confusing and sometimes stressful piece of the buying and selling process. Does a pool add value to a home in an appraisal? How about a recent kitchen renovation? What about landscaping? Take a listen.
Getting A Mortgage
with Tom Gates of loanDepot
Renovation and Construction
with Tom Pinneo of Pinneo Construction