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  Some Highlights In today’s hyper-competitive market, buyers are often willing to overlook cosmetic or minor repair needs if it means snagging a home in their price range. With so few houses available for sale today, you may be able to skip the bigger renovations before you sell and cash in on t...
Dying for another season of Succession to air? Thanks to COVID, all we can do is wait!Since the pandemic has delayed the filming of season three, we thought it would be fun to put the actors to work by having them act out some typical real estate “characters”.Here’s the cast nailing the role of r...
There are a lot of buyers that prefer new-construction homes, thinking that they’ll be in better condition (and be a better long-term investment) than existing homes.And while that certainly can be true, there are also things buyers need to be aware of when shopping new builds.A recent article fr...
Buying your first home is an exciting time. But before you jump into your home search, it’s important to understand the market—and, more specifically, how the market is impacting first-time homebuyers.A recent article from Forbes outlined the biggest challenges facing first-time homebuyers in tod...
Except for the select few who truly don’t care, most people have their own taste for design. Whether it’s transitional, rustic, or farmhouse, everyone has an aesthetic that makes them light up and dream about being able to buy a home that gets everything just right.But there’s one group of people...
There are many new rules for landlords to know. Want to buy a home? Search All Homes Want to sell your home? Receive a Home Value Report  There is a ton of new legislation and rules for landlords, and we’re receiving quite a few questions about them. Many landlords would like to sell their prope...
  Equity continues to rise, helping American homeowners secure a much more stable financial future. According to the most recent data from CoreLogic, the average homeowner gained $9,800 in equity over the past year. In addition, experts project 2020 home prices to continue rising. With prices goi...
While there’s no denying that there is a lack of inventory across the country (available inventory is down 38 percent year-over-year), according to’s Weekly Housing Report, the week ending October 10, 2020 marked the fourth week in a row that the available inventory in the United Stat...
 In this week’s market report, it shows that there are more homes in escrow with prices ranging from $475K to $525k, and $600K to $899K. However, there seems to be a shortage of homes on market for prices ranging from $100K to 599K.
There’s no denying that COVID-19 has changed real estate in the US in terms of how people look at homes, but it’s also changed who is looking—the pandemic is driving more millennials into the market. According to a recent survey from and HarrisX, nearly half of the millennial respond...

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