Evansville Real Estate

New Imagination Playground Exhibit at cMoe

Our kiddos had a great time checking out the new Imagination Playground at the Children's Museum of Evansville! We are so thrilled the new exhibit has arrived and our kiddos were thrilled to test it out last week! Leo and Patrick Matsel with Sawyer and Sutton Cohee were great representatives for Team McClintock. We love giving back to the community and this has been one of our larger donations to date! Learn more about the Imagination Playground below.

cMoe is thrilled to announce Imagination Playground has been delivered, unpacked, and is now open for PLAY! This exciting new addition to cMoe would not have been possible without the generous donation made by Team McClintock.

“Team McClintock is pleased to support the new Imagination Playground at the Koch Children's Museum of Evansville. Our area's children are the future of our community and the opportunities at CMOE help enrich the lives of our families. Many of our clients' and team members' children love the experiences they can only find at CMOE. We hope that our gift will inspire other individuals and businesses to give to the future of our...

Ask The Expert - April 23, 2013

Southwestern Indiana's Top Real Estate Agent Carol McClintock joins Mike Blake on Midday with Mike on WFIE Channel 14. Carol is the Tri-State's Real Estate Expert and frequently appears on the Ask The Expert segment. Watch as Carol provides viewers with some reasons on why their house might not be selling. 

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Market Watch - April 2018

Low inventory may be affecting your home's value in a positive way! Give Team McClintock a call at 812-426-9020 to learn more about having a Comparative Market Analysis completed on your home to learn what it may be worth. 

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11 Reasons Your Home Isn't Selling

When you first put your house on the market, you might be hopeful for a quick sale—especially if you've put a lot of money into improving the house over the years and if the neighborhood is one that has historically attracted a lot of buyers. While you shouldn't panic if the house doesn't sell the moment you list it, you should begin to worry if the months start flying by without any real offers. If this is the case, here are 11 reasons why your house may not be selling.

  1. You overvalued your property. If your house is overpriced, it's simply not going to sell. Compare your property to similar properties that recently sold within your area to get a better idea of its true value. An experienced real estate agent can give you an accurate value of your home. Additionally, don't make the mistake of tacking on the cost of any renovations you made. You can't just assume that the cost of a renovation translates to added value.
  1. Your listing is poor. If the listing of your home includes a poorly written description without any images, a lot of buyers are going to skip over it. Make sure you and your REALTOR® put an effort into creating a listing that attracts the attention of buyers. Make sure to add high quality photographs of both the interior and exterior of your home. Don't forget to highlight unique features as well.
  1. You're always present at showings. Let your agent handle your showings. Buyers don't want to have the seller lurking over their shoulder during showings, especially during an open house. This puts unwanted pressure on the buyer, which will make them uncomfortable and likely chase them away.

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Team McClintock Gives Back to the Vanderburgh County Humane Society

Team McClintock Gives Back to the Vanderburgh Humane Society. Team members Carol McClintock, David Haire, Keith Schulz, Dina Brown with Director Kendall Paul. Call the Humane Society at 812-426-2563 to volunteer or donate. Check out Cardio for Canines on Saturdays starting at 8am!

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Ask the Expert - April 13, 2018

Southwestern Indiana's Top Real Estate Agent Carol McClintock joins Mike Blake on Midday with Mike on WFIE Channel 14. Carol is the Tri-State's Real Estate Expert and frequently appears on the Ask The Expert segment. Watch as Carol provides viewers some tips and tricks for cleaning your home this spring. 

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Spring Cleaning Guide: To-Do’s for Every Homeowner

Get a fresh start on the new season by giving your home a much-needed cleaning. From reorganizing to scrubbing surfaces, our guide will walk you through what you need to do to get your home clean this spring.

Ready to tackle your home’s springtime projects? Our handy guide breaks them down: Spring Cleaning & To-Dos (once-a-year tasks perfectly suited for spring), Exterior To-Dos (fix-ups and repairs for the outside of your home), and Room-by-Room Tasks (decluttering and cleaning tips for specific rooms).

Wash Your Windows
Be sure to pick a cloudy day to wash windows. "If it's too sunny, the cleaning solution will dry too fast and you'll have streaks," says Donna Smallin, author of Cleaning Plain & Simple (Storey Publishing). For a window-washing solution, Smallin combines 1/2 cup of sudsy ammonia (which is a specific type of ammonia), 1 pint of rubbing alcohol, 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid, and 1 gallon of water.

Clean Sliding Door Tracks
Sliding glass door tracks probably aren't the first spots you'd think to clean, but you'll appreciate having done it before the outdoor entertaining season gets into full swing. Smallin suggests scrubbing the tracks with an old, dry toothbrush to loosen debris, then using your vacuum hose to remove it. Finish with a wet sponge.

Scrub-Down Sometimes Overlooked Surfaces
You may overlook these surfaces on a daily basis, but once a year, give your baseboards, door frames, and walls a good scrub-down. Wash them with a sponge and a squirt of dishwashing liquid mixed in a bucket of warm water.

Deep-Clean Your Home’s Carpets
To maintain a new carpet's warranty, you may need to have it cleaned professionally every 12-18 months, Smallin says. Otherwise, you can do it yourself by renting...

Ask The Expert - March 29, 2018

F.C. Tucker Emge REALTOR Carol McClintock with Team McClintock joins Mike Blake on Channel 14's Midday with Mike during their Ask The Expert segment. Carol is the real estate expert in the Tri-State area. Watch as she walks through "The Everything Guide to Buying Your First Home." If you are looking to buy or a sell a home in the Evansville or Newburgh, Indiana area - give Carol and her team a call at 812-426-9020 or visit their website at Team-McClintock.com.

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