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I like SOLD Real Estate
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
Nina Hollander, Broker
Under contract! Because it will close!
Nina Hollander, Broker
Real estate that I have sold!
I like dirt the best but residential is where my bread and butter is!
I'm a real fan of investment property.
Good income low maintenance, and NO tenants.
Stevens Point, WI
Recreational, it is much of my hobby
The type of real estate that pays a commission.
The kind that closes. And the more often...the better.
stacey wuyts Investment real estate, buyers make decision based on return on investment.
I prefer new builds, A good field with lots of options that people are looking for!
stacey wuyts - Residential.
Each person chooses their own calling...Residential does it for me.
Single family homes and condos - LISTING. Working with good people who get it and who do not interfere with me doing MY job.
Move in ready residential.
new construction was my niche.... I loved it because I always had business when others had none.... I never ran around showing homes...I just marketed my new homes.... the mountain always came to mohamed....
stacey wuyts Commercial real estate because of the challenge.
I like selling new homes because of all the latest features and almost everyone likes new.
straight forward sale. No hassle.
Investment, it is the most objective.
The personal residence is the most important real estate for most families.
I prefer residential real estate. Appreciate you taking the time to share the question hope you will continue :-Dave
Real estate that has smooth closings.
I love residential homes..especially listings of mine that close!
I have land, commercial and residential listings. I enjoy working all three types.
The kind that sells!
Investors, they are educated and require less hand holding.
The kind that sells and sells quickly LOL
Currently new construction is my niche!
investment properties--trying to find the next deal
The last one I sold
Susan Emo nailed this one!
Residential...it's what I've done for 25 years.
It depends on the purpose of the real estate.
SOLD residential property!
Single family homes at the $350,000 price point.
Why? Good inventory. Higher mobility due to middle management target. Catches move up and downsize segments. Clients are still in their earning years. +/- 30% embraces 80% of the market.
Don't read this. It is a secret (it is the right price point for the solo agent to make a good living without making themselves crazy.) Twenty transactions a year, two a month, one every other week is easily accomplished by the solo agent at this price point.
From an investment point of view: Multi-family units. They are easier to manage than several single families because they are all in one location. Also, you have "watch dogs" in the other tenants to keep track of any unusual activity at the property. Also, if you have a vacancy it reduces your income by a percengage, not all of the monthly rental income as with single family units.
From a personal point of view, it has changed depending on the stage of life I was in.
I like listing lots, there are no inspections other than a feasibility study!