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    Advantages of Selling during the Holidays

    By Admin | December 9, 2021

    Home sellers and real estate agents often fear the winter months because it seems like a poor time to list during the holidays. The truth is that winter can be a great time to list your home for sale. Our team has listed the top 3 advantages of selling during the Holidays: 1. Less InventoryConventional... Read More

    Why Your House Isn’t Selling

    By Admin | August 10, 2021

    Is Your Home Not Selling in a Seller’s Market? It’s no secret that most of the country is experiencing a strong seller’s market. With more homebuyers than inventory, most sellers have been delighted to sell quickly and often with multiple offers. Yet, some homes are still sitting on the market and these sellers may be... Read More

    Backup Offers

    By Admin | May 19, 2021

    “When can I consider my home sold? This is one of the most common questions real estate agents are asked. While the laws vary in different states, generally the contract is binding once both parties sign the offer. At that time the closing process begins. This is also the time when sellers must stop considering... Read More

    Crazy Seller’s Market? Consider New Construction

    By Admin | January 25, 2021

    Most of the country is experiencing a very tight real estate market. Inventory levels are historically low, perhaps owing to the concern of strangers traipsing through the home during this time. Additionally, because most people are staying home, they have been able to focus on their property and how it fits into their lifestyle, emphasizing... Read More

    What is the difference between a Buyer’s Needs versus Wants

    By Admin | November 12, 2020

    One of the first questions that a real estate agent will ask new buyers is, “What do you want in your new home”? It might seem like an easy question to answer but identifying your “wants’ from your “needs” is an important aspect of home seeking. Needs A need is something that is truly essential... Read More

    Tips for Buying a House in the Fall

    By Admin | October 28, 2020

    Surprisingly, fall is a great time to buy a home. There are still homes on the market which did not sell during the summer months, some at deep discounts. There are also homes newly listed by sellers trying to beat the slower winter months. At the same time, there are fewer buyers out searching, which... Read More

    Working Remotely Impacts Homebuyer’s Needs in a Home

    By Admin | September 30, 2020

    A majority of businesses are allowing their employees to work from home for the foreseeable future. This has many homebuyers adjust criteria in their next home. Some not only need to plan for a home office space, but also need to accommodate the homeschooling or distance learning needs of their children as well. Due to... Read More

    Getting Outbid? Learn How to Make Your Offer Stand Out & Get Accepted

    By Admin | August 28, 2020

    Summer is traditionally a busy time for buyers and sellers. This year has been no exception—and with lower interest rates, many homebuyers are finding the competitive environment challenging. With multiple buyers competing for properties, even terrific offers are often being outbid. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to make your offer more attractive... Read More

    Tips to Buying a Home Sight Unseen

    By Admin | August 14, 2020

    Tips for Buying a Home Unseen It may come as a shock that many people purchase a home before ever setting foot inside. These buyers may be moving to a new country or city far away, or they may not have the time or resources to visit for a home search before the big move.... Read More

    Preparing Your Home for a Virtual Tour

    By Admin | July 28, 2020

    New Age of Real Estate Technology is helpful in so many areas of life, even real estate. Twenty years ago, if someone  were moving across the country, they’d have to wait to buy a house until they arrived to start their new life, or they’d have to buy a home without seeing it in person... Read More