You’ve been on the market for many months and your home hasn’t sold. Maybe you got some traffic in the beginning but what was a trickle, has now turned into a tortuous drip. You’re getting pretty anxious because you really want to sell and it’s supposed to be a good market. So why isn’t your
Every once in a while when I am on a listing presentation, I get asked to explain why a seller shouldn’t just sell their home on their own? Put another way, why they should have me do it? I love this question. That might seem a little counter intuitive; I mean, who wants to have
A friend called me up the other day asking me to help her sell her home. I told her that even though I could technically list it, I really wasn’t the right guy for the job; that someone local would be better. She then asked me for a referral to a Realtor in her area.
How do you buy a house? It may sound dumb to ask this question, but it is a legitimate question. Where to start? What should you look for? What should you avoid? Who’s going to represent you? Financing? Escrow? Inspections? Closing? See, there’s a lot to it and even if you’ve done it several times
Selling short sale properties is a reality most Realtors have come to accept. This past week I received an offer on a short sale listing, where my seller had already tried to modify their loan but had been declined. In pricing this home in December, I looked at the comps and the active listing inventory
“I’d like to see your listing at 123 Such and Such Street. Can you show me?” I get this call now and then. In fact I handle transactions for both buyer and seller a couple-few times a year. As a Realtor, it’s always a little exciting because of the prospect of “double siding” the transaction