We work with all types of buyers. Whether it’s your first house or you’re looking to buy your forever dream home.
Every house and client are different so we make it a point to learn what your needs are to help you with your purchase. We also know the market, common trends, and basic information about financing which helps us at the negotiation table to get you the best price and terms.
You may have noticed that real estate teams have become the new trend. They are popping up everywhere across the country. Many buyers ask us why this is becoming so popular and what’s the benefits. In summary, a team helps a real estate agent function at their highest ability which gives a much better experience to their clients. Here is some more insight to our team and why we believe it’s a good approach for our agents and for our clients.
Like it or not it’s a seller’s market again, in many areas and price ranges. This means if you’re a buyer and want to purchase a house you’re playing by new rules. Those rules are dictated by the sellers. So, what are some things you can do to increase your chances in a bidding war? I’ve listed a few tips below you might find helpful. (more…)
It’s that time of year when families consider moving to get their children into a good school district. At realtor.com we recently conducted a back-to-school survey to see how much weight schools have in the home-buying decision. The results show that school-district boundaries do impact the buying decision for more than 60 percent of realtor.com home buyers. (more…)
Our first client appreciation event was an enormous success. Thanks to all of you and to our event sponsors! If you weren’t able to attend the event, here is what you missed. It was a cold Saturday morning when visitors started gathering at Marcus Village Pointe Cinema. (more…)
Within the last several year’s home buyers have been blessed with a good real estate market. Interest Rates have been near historical lows and housing inventories have been high. This made for a fantastic “buyer’s” market.
Well, times are changing. Inventories have decreased drastically and the number of buyers and sales have steady and in some cases increased. This has caused a “Seller’s” market. The rules have changed. (more…)