Sally Solum's Blog
Reduced Price on 806 N Wayland Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57103 $109,000 PLUS a $1000 allowance to relocate the laundry to the main level or any modification a buyer would want.
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 12:00 - 1:30 Stop by and see this cute multi-level house. Two bedrooms, one bath with 918 square feet. New carpet, new doors, roof in 2012, HVAC in 2013, plus all the appliances stay! A double garage in the alley with an extra parking pad leaves lots of room for any toys.
NEW PRICE $113,900 Very cute two bedroom, one bath, multi-level house. Wrap-around deck makes for great outdoor living. A double garage with alley access, plus an extra parking area allows room for all kinds of vehicles and toys! Updates include new doors, some windows, carpet and fresh paint, and newer HVAC and roof.
Congratulations to this first-time homebuyer! Enjoy that beautiful house. Thanks for letting me be part of the search and closing! Sally Solum
Another house sold and I'm proud to have been the listing agent on this one. Thank you Kyle & Nicole for allowing me to help you through this process! I sure enjoyed it.
This awesome fellow just bought his first home! Congratulations Colin!
1924 S West Avenue in Sioux Falls is now under contract! Happy, happy sellers.
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, MARCH 25 AT 1:00 - 2:30 Priced at $134,900, this adorable house has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. There is a family room in the lower level along with the laundry room. On top of that, there is a double garage PLUS a single garage! Room for all kinds of toys! There is even enough room to turn your vehicle around by the garages, so you don't have to back out of the driveway.
IMPROVED PRICING! NOW $134,900 This adorable house has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, family room AND a double garage PLUS a single garage. Many updates have already been done, so it is move in ready.
Adorable and in a great neighborhood! This 3 bedroom ranch has had many updates and is ready for a new family to love it as much as the current owners have. PLUS there is a double garage AND a single garage! Great location, close to schools, shopping, and dining.
The following is an article from Realtor.com by Daniel Goldstein, March 6, 2017 First the good news: After decades of public education by firefighters and other community groups, Americans have finally gotten the memo that smoke detectors are a good thing. According to the US Fire Administration, 96% of homes in the US have at least one smoke detector to alert residents to a fire on the premises. Now the bad news: There are actually two types of smoke detectors, and the most popular one is actually the less effective. So which one's the best smoke detector for your home? Here are the facts on these two main types of smoke detectors--ionization and photoelectric--and how you can use them to keep your home safe.