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It’s widely known that properly staged homes sell faster and net more money to sellers at closing. Even if they’re aiming for a sign in their yard this coming spring, most sellers are not thinking about getting their home ready for the parade now. In this post I’ll make the case for starting a fe...
12/04/2019
It’s that time of year when many of us start building our business plans for next year. Like most, I look at forecasts and my personal performance over the past 12 months then set goals for the coming year. I think it’s equally important to examine national trends and when it comes to real estate...
11/12/2019
Many of our rural Northern Nevada neighborhoods offer lot sizes of one acre or more. If you’re considering a home purchase of this type, you’re likely to find these properties served by a private well and septic system rather than municipal water and sewer services. If you’re not familiar with th...
10/15/2019
This is a common question in buyer’s minds and rarely do they have the chance to make a side-by-side comparison. This decision is almost always reduced to the denominator of total purchase price but there are many other considerations. With that in mind let’s look at some of the challenges and op...
10/15/2019
      I should start by saying that I cannot predict the future. However, I do feel it’s important to keep an eye on the experts’ forecasts, both for myself and for the benefit of my clients. Although pundits argue over the timing of the next downturn, one thing is certain: our economy will go t...
09/27/2019
Photo courtesy of Supra I was cleaning out my garage and stumbled into an ancient Supra Lock Box (see version 1984 above). Some licensees may remember those boxes and the giant, crotch stabbing, skeleton-like keys we we’re required to carry around to make them work. This got me thinking about oth...
09/27/2019
385 PIne Street, Reno Let’s start with the basics. The term townhome refers to a style of construction and not necessarily a type of ownership or management. A typical townhome will share at least one common wall with its’ neighbors and the homeowner almost always owns the ground it’s built on. F...
09/18/2019
* Photo Courtesy Of Realty Leadership / American Dream Home    For most people, buying a home is thought of or remembered as an event. However, when I assist my buyers in their quest to buy a home, I think of it as a process. To put it more succinctly; I don't make the decisions, my job is to he...
09/18/2019
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