I have been a member of the National Association of REALTORS® as long as I can remember and as long as I have been licensed. I wouldn’t have it any other way. It is the one expense I write a check for every year that I truly feel is one of the best yearly investments […]
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The United States Census Bureau is one of my favorite resources for everything from population charts, area information, and even what is happening in real estate. Wait…did you know that the Census Bureau tracks what is hot in housing trends? They do indeed! The Census Bureau conducts The Survey of Construction which looks at current […]
The spring and early summer brought a very robust real estate market in many areas and many price points. Multiple offers became the norm in many markets and agents found themselves busier than they had been in years. The market was moving, buyers were out looking and sellers who previously couldn’t sell were finally getting […]
While my company has an international reach, many of my clients are based in the Puget Sound area of Washington State which is currently a very hot area for real estate. In fact, it is not unusual in several neighborhoods for there to be more than 10, 15, or even 20 or more offers for […]
WHAT EVERY AGENT NEEDS TO KNOW! I was approached a few months ago by clients of mine, real estate agents who were in the midst of a legal dilemma. They had been served with legal documents because the buyer they had sold their home to had decided to sue them two years after the sale. […]
According to RealtyTrac, pre-foreclosure filings are down 39.6% over the prior year. Click here to read more at www.realtytrac.com
Q: Denise, my business has slowed down since the spring and I want to make sure I have a full pipeline for the fall. I have always utilized an aggressive expired listing campaign in the past to get “now” business, but it seems that with the market surge, there are not too many expired listings […]
Will interest rates begin creeping up? What is the Fed’s economic strategy? Click here to read the full article!
Higher mortgage loan amounts and lower interest rates for energy efficient properties? It is a possibility with the new bill introduced in the Senate last week! Click here to read the entire article!
Backyard cottages and accessory dwellings are on the rise as we pack more people into the urban landscape. Click here to read all about it!