Social Media when Buying a Home
How can social media help when you’re buying? Simple! It’s about knowledge!! Imagine moving into a home and finding out the previous owners ran a grow op in the house or it was involved in a drug bust or there was a large fire with extensive damage etc... Doing a few key...
Buyers vs Sellers Market
What is the difference between a Buyers Market and a Sellers Market? The difference is one has an advantage over the other. To find out who has the advantage in the real estate market we use something called the absoprtion rate. The absorption rate is a calculation that tells us how
First Day Of School
A few weeks ago it was my eldest son's first day of school. He's only 3, in Pre-Kindergarten and only attending a half day, but it was still school. Besides the thought of “is he too young?” in my head for the weeks prior to his first day, I was also thinking...
Every Buyer Wants a little PLC (Not a typo)
So, you’ve decided to list your house for sale and had a Realtor or two evaluate your home‘s value. Most Realtors will show you what your home is worth based on Active Listings, Sold Listings and Expired Listings similar to your home. But, beyond the basic price range of what your home is worth, (example… homes in your area with your size and style sell for between $210,000- $250,000) what defines what YOUR home is worth inside of that broad price range? The answer to that is simple yet sometimes hard for Sellers to digest: PLC. Price, Location, and Condition.
Buyer Checklist- Must Have & Nice to Have
When it comes to shopping for the right property, many buyers are shocked by the options their Realtor can provide. My job is to gather as much information as possible and find the property that best meets my buyer's needs. The best way for a buyer to begin their home search is to go through the process of elimination by creating a simple checklist that outlines what they’re looking for into two categories ("Must Have" & "Nice to Have")