6 months later, those Spring sellers are now Fall / Autumn sellers. That’s awesome, because there’s less competition and more motivated sellers.
A recent article from a reputable news source was titled: “Here’s why some homeowners still can’t sell”. In the opening bullets of the article, the author claimed, “Negative equity is one of the main reasons why there are so few homes for sale.” The article then goes on to soften that stance.
It’s no secret that Facebook is THE social media powerhouse, and now you can easily sell products directly on Facebook. But we Realtors don’t have small, inexpensive products to promote…or do we?
You’ve decided to sell your house. You begin to interview potential real estate agents to help you through the process. You need someone you trust enough to: Set the market value on possibly the largest asset your family owns (your home) Set the time schedule for the successful liquidation of that asset Set the fee […]
Six months ago, we reported that the mismatch between the type of inventory of homes for sale and the demand of buyers in the US was causing the formation of two markets. Above the threshold, it’s a buyer’s market. Below the threshold, it’s a seller’s market.
Upgrading your landscaping is an affordable and easy way to update the curb appeal of your home, and yields a great return on your investment.
Active Duty asks, “Should I buy a home?” Here’s my long answer, with pros, cons, and personal experience.
“Young people experience a high level of anxiety when it comes time to transition to talking to a real estate agent.” Maybe, but the wording rankles me!
William had a performance this afternoon as part of the Dunedin Middle School Pipe Band for Piping in the Park, at Pioneer Park.