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Charlette Murray

Opening the Door to Home Ownership

Buying or Selling a Home is Complex...


Howard Hanna Real Estate Realtors® rank among the finest in the country.  As a Howard Hanna agent I will listen carefully to understand your specific needs and develop a personalized action plan for marketing your home.  I will work hard to ensure timely sales with creative marketing programs, such as our innovative Money Back Guarantee, enormous internet exposure and personalized virtual home tours and our exclusive Sunday Morning TV Showcase of homes.


As a realtor I have the enjoyment of assisting home buyers in achieving the American Dream.  For most individuals the purchase of a home is still their largest investment.  Whether you are a first-time buyer, real estate investor or relocating, I pledge to provide you with unsurpassed service.  Please give me a call at (216) 408-2090 or email me at


Professional Qualification and Affiliations:
Member - Cleveland Area Board of Realtors
Member - Ohio Board of Realtors
Member - National Association of Realtors
Accredited Buyer Representative
Certified Negotiation Expert
Certified Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Broker's Price Opinion Certification
Notary Public - State of Ohio


Personal Information:
Married to K. Scott Murray
Resident of Euclid Since 1996
Active Member of the Lake County NAACP


10 Tips in Preparing Your Home to Sell and To Show


First impressions are lasting. The front door greets the prospect. Make sure it is fresh and clean. Keep the lawn trimmed and edged, and the yard free of refuse. In winter, be sure snow and ice are removed from walkways and steps.

  1. Decorate for a quick sale. Faded walls and worn woodwork reduce appeal. Why try to tell a prospect how your home COULD look, when you can show by redecorating? Neutral colors fit with any buyer's color scheme, and a new touch of paint will often result in a quick, profitable sale.

  2. Let the daylight shine in! Open draperies and curtains and let the prospect see how cheerful your home can be (dark rooms do not appeal).

  3. Fix that faucet! Dripping water discolors sinks and suggests faulty plumbing.

  4. Repairs can make a big difference. Loose knobs, sticking doors and windows, warped cabinet drawers and other minor flaws detract from home value. Have them fixed. (When prospects see things that need attention, they begin to worry about things they can't see.)

  5. From top to bottom. Display the full value of your attic, basement and other utility space by removing all unnecessary articles.

  6. Safety first. Keep stairways clear. Avoid a cluttered appearance and possible injuries.

  7. Make closets look bigger. Neat, well-ordered closets show that the space is ample.

  8. Bathrooms help sell homes. Check and repair caulking in bathtubs and showers. Make this room sparkle.

  9. Arrange bedrooms neatly. Remove excess furniture. Use attractive bedspreads and freshly laundered curtains.

  10. Can you see the light? Illumination is like a welcome sign. The potential buyer will feel a flowing warmth when you turn on lights for an evening presentation.

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