Today, more then ever before, smart home buyers start their search on the internet. This makes a lot of sense. It not only saves you time, but also you can actually be shopping online. Most search engines provide complete listing data, including the address, taxes, assessments, lots of photos, and in some cases even videos and drone ariel images. Once you have...No comments.
It had to happen, all markets operate in cycles ours is no different. The housing stats are showing very positive signs at this time for our local residential market. The first five months 250 residential properties sold, that’s over a 14% increase in closed transactions compared to the same period last year. There’s more, the median price has gone up again...No comments.
Lately, all too often I’m hearing from upset buyers about their experiences with online mortgage brokers. It’s quite easy to be drawn into the lure of low interest rates. Once you get started and are well into the process you are often told you are not eligible for those low rates. Since you have already spent so much time, you continue the...No comments.
Facebook was originally a means to stay in touch with family and friends, and now has evolved into a very effective means to advertise and market Real Estate. What makes this type of marketing most effective is the ability to get your message directly in front of your target audience. We can now create a custom audience by using demographics...No comments.
With existing inventories continuing to drop, buyers are discovering that they may not be able to buy the home of their dreams within their personal budgets. With the exception of affluent buyers, and some second homebuyers, most people in the market for a home are running into this problem. When your wish list is too long, it is nearly impossible...No comments.