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“Aging in Place” has been a buzzphrase for awhile, but what does this mean for what buyers want in a home? Click here to read the full article!
GIVING BACK … The Lisa Shilling Way! This week I have to share the story of one of my dear clients, Lisa Shilling, who has introduced me to Seven’s Haven: a ranch dedicated to horse rescue and training, and equine therapy. Founder and director of this wonderful organization, Lisa is a woman who has a […]
This is not so much a news item as it is some great advice for newer agents, from Sam DeBord, State Director for Washington REALTORS®. If you are a newer agent and struggling to establish your credibility against more seasoned agents, there is one thing you can do right now to not only wow your […]
The National Association of REALTORS® Nationwide Open House Weekend is this weekend, April 20th and 21st! Check your local Association office for resources! To visit REALTOR.org for more open house statistics, please Click Here.
“Boomerang Buyers”- those buyers who lost their homes during the economic challenges of the last few years – are making a comeback according to an article by REALTOR® Magazine. Over 4.7 million people lost their homes during the past few years. But now, estimates show that 70% of those buyers are likely to return to […]
Denise’s recent Zebra Report article about “Pricing in the Land of “No Comps” was just picked up by the Georgia Association of REALTORS® and is featured in their March/April issue of their Georgia REALTOR® magazine. To view the article as featured in the magazine, please Click Here! Once there, see pages 8 – 10 for […]
In his “State of the Union” address this week, President Obama indicated that although the housing market is “healing”, tight mortgage lending conditions are holding the economy back and this needs to be fixed. Furthermore, the president asked Congress to send him the bill which would give “every responsible homeowner in America the chance to […]
A number of articles of late have alluded to changes that may be happening in the mortgage industry. These possible changes include mortgage products becoming more available and more creating programs being available. Changes to the lending requirements could include lower FICO scores as well as creative programs for individuals who lost their home to […]
You may have seen a number of articles recently talking about how the Super-Mega home is making a comeback. While they make a decent argument that some people will always think bigger is better, I actually couldn’t disagree more. Our two largest buying segments of the market are the Baby-Boomers and Gen-Xers. Both of these […]