Picayune, MS Real Estate News

By Coastal Realty Group, 228.280.8026
(Coastal Realty Group)
105 Crestview Lane Picayune, MS 39466 PRICE: $549,000 Exclusive River Oaks subd. Private on approx. 8.5 secluded acres in the heart of town. Pond, waterfall, paths, park like setting. Gated entrance, crcl dr leads to side entrance.3 plus car garage with partial heat & a/c existing shaft for elev install.MSTR bdm with f/p and private balcony. Find more details here: http://www.searchgulfporthomes.com/homes/105-Crestview-Lane/Picayune/MS/39466/45634818/?utm_source=ACTIVERAIN&utm_campaign=105+Crestview+%28lv%29&utm_medium=referral  Listing courtesy of Judy Aleman of Latter & Blum, Inc KW South MSsearchgulfporthomes.com
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By Lee Thomas, Lee Thomas
(Keller Williams Realty)
This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath homes for sale near Highland Community Hospital in Picayune, Ms features a huge great room with high ceilings, built in surround sound, hardwood flooring, a gas log fireplace and a wall of large windows overlooking the spacious back yard. Other feature of this homes for sale near Highland Community Hospital in Picayune, Ms include a spacious custom kitchen with hardwood cabinetry, granite counters, top of the line appliances, ceramic tile and a ceramic backsplash as well as a breakfast area with a huge picture window.   The spa master suite of this homes for sale near Highland Community Hospital in Picayune, Ms features a large bedroom with a crown molding outlined tray ceiling, bult in surround sound and more! The master bath features a huge jetted tub, seperat...
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By Lee Thomas, Lee Thomas
(Keller Williams Realty)
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By Lee Thomas, Lee Thomas
(Keller Williams Realty)
Fox Pen Drive CARRIERE, MS This home has it all and it's in brand new condition with all the bells and whistles. Next to the park. Owner financing available! 3BR/2+1BA Single Family House $265,000 Year Built 2007 Sq Footage 3,627 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 full, 1 partial Floors 1 Parking Unspecified Lot Size .5 acres HOA/Maint $225 per year     Description Gorgeous upgraded luxury home with the best of the best features including: formal living, formal dining, eat-in kitchen, custom cabinets, solid surface counters, gas cook top, double oven, family room with wet bar, double sided gas log fireplace, built in surround sound, back up guardian generator, huge front porch, large rear porch, workshop, 2 car garage, spa master suite, walk-in closets! Owner financing available! Property Features...
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By Lee Thomas, Lee Thomas
(Keller Williams Realty)
7007 Sunrise Dr PICAYUNE, MS This recently renovated and remodeled super energy efficient home features a custom master suite with cathedral ceiling, wood burning fireplace and 2 3BR/3BA Single Family House $166,900 Year Built 1986 Sq Footage 3,042 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3 full, 0 partial Floors 1 Parking 4+ Car garage Lot Size .4 acres HOA/Maint $10 per month DescriptionThis recently renovated and remodeled home features a custom master suite with cathedrall ceilings, wood burning fireplace and 2 large walk-in closets. Other features include tray ceiling in living room, granite counters, solid oak cabinetry, new paint throughout, new wood flooring, new appliances, 4 walk-in closets, privacy fenced, gazebo with 4 man hot tub, 2 car garage and more! Cul de sac. Property Features Central A...
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
  It’s a typical concern for all sellers when they are starting the process of selling their home.  You want the most amount of money in the shortest time possible.  How can you do that when you know a buyer is going to try to negotiate the price down to get a bargain?  Your first reaction is to price the home higher because, you believe, you can always come down on the price later. Although that sounds like a sensible thing to do, you need to understand how a house is marketed, and what agents and buyers are thinking. Most sellers believe that a Realtor’s job, when listing a property, is to find the buyer for the house.  Truthfully, a listing agent is a “marketing agent”, and if they are doing their job honestly (and not keeping your house a secret so they can find their own buyer and ...
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
Are mortgage companies and banks still lending? There is so much speculation and false information on the news today, so I thought it would be good to interview a mortgage lender and see what, in fact, is the situation. Click the BlogTalkRadio Podcast to hear my call with Jessica Tebo of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Picayune, Mississippi:
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
When thinking of selling your home, there are many things to do before calling a Realtor and having a sign put in the yard. Many people assume that they should first have the house put on the market, and THEN start to fix the things that need repair. First things first, you should Think like a Buyer! If you were out looking for a new home, would you be impressed with one that the seller “promises to repair”, or one that is freshly painted, clean, and ready to move into? Start Making a List! Put yourself in the buyer’s shoes. Walk out your front door, go right out to the street, and then turn around. Now take off your owner’s goggles (you know, those rose-colored glasses you wear when looking at your home), and look that house in front of you. What do you see? When you look at your house...
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By Sherry Pullens, Hattiesburg Realtor
(Southern Elite Properties)
The Home of the Future Reprinted from The Residential Specialist, July/August 2007 issue. Visit online at www.crs.com. What will new homes look like in 2015? For starters, they'll be slightly smaller than they are today, according to architects, designers, and manufacturers surveyed by the National Associaton of Home Builders. The average size of a new home will be 2,300 to 2,500 square feet, slightly less than the 2,459 average for the first three quarters of 2006. Higher ceilings and upscale amenities will also become more common. Issues driving the changes include accessibility for aging baby boomers, technological advances, green construction materials and environmental concerns. Other trends: Formal living rooms will shrink or vanish altogether, while family rooms will get larger. ...
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
Many people assume that Realtors only market and sell properties. I can assure you that Pinnacle Real Estate Services offers you so much more. Let's face it . . . your days are stressful enough as it is. The last thing you need to worry about is obtaining reliable information when you are in need of assistance. That's where we come in. Our Real Estate Consultants are trained to assist you in all aspects of Real Estate, from the true market value of your home, to retirement planning, and everything in between. Even if you're not thinking about buying or selling a home right now, there are services you may need in other aspects of your life - for example, all of us have to purchase car insurance, file taxes, etc. You know there's just a lot of things in life, like it or not, that we have ...
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
 Are you one of those buyers that keeps waiting for interest rates to drop and housing prices to plumbit? Do you keep listening to the media's "gloom and doom" about the real estate market, and think that this is the truth in ALL markets? I'm sorry to tell you that you may have already missed the boat. In reality, interest rates, for our area, hit their lowest back in January, and have been climbing progressively every since. If you take a look at the chart to the left (provided by Bankrate.com), you can see the progress rates have made in the past year.Last week, it was announced that FreddieMac and FannieMae (the two largest lenders in the U.S. secondary mortgage market, which help to replenish the supply money for mortgages and enable money to be available for housing purchases) are...
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
When purchasing a home, there is a lot to take into consideration.  What type of home is right for our needs?  Is the area that the home we like is located in a good area for investment?  What school district does the home sit in?  What are the environmental issues? You should never be on your own when looking for a home, no matter how many times you have purchased.  There are too many variables that could affect the sale, and dealing directly with a seller gives you no advantage when negotiating a price. Dedicate yourself to just ONE real estate professional.  A good real estate consultant will find the home that meets your needs.  They will be dedicated to finding you the right property, and the seller pays the fee for you.  Don't think that buying a home directly from a seller will g...
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By Michelle Fradella-Barfuss, Author of "Top 10 Mistakes Agents Make When Market
(Broker, Marketing Coach, Trainer - iPro Realty Network)
Hurricane Katrina brought about a huge change in the Pearl River County area.  This sleepy little community practically doubled in population overnight, and the area is definitely feeling the growing pains.  After the storm, the market values for properties went up tremendously because there was such a demand for housing.  Many people in the New Orleans Metropolitan and Gulf Coast Regions lost their properties and were in need of a place to call home.  We went from a buyer's market to a seller's market almost instantly.Now, however, the market has switched back to a buyer's market.  There is an over-abundance of inventory, with many new and older homes sitting on the market.  Part of the problem is that many sellers became unrealistic in what they felt they could get for their propertie...
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By Sherry Pullens, Hattiesburg Realtor
(Southern Elite Properties)
 When Buying you want....  A Smooth Transaction-fast, honest and accurate communication. Your Needs Addressed- a sincere agent who understands your unique situation. No Suprises- the result of meticulous attention to detail. When Selling you want .... A Fast Sale- the result of an experienced agent handling your transaction. The Right Price- achieved by an accurate analysis of the market. No Problems-attained by total commitment to you.
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