According to the 2013 National Association of REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, 45 percent of buyers used open houses as a key part of their home search. Facts from the NAR surveys to home buyers say almost half
Wouldn’t it be better if selling homes was more like dating in a singles bar in the 1970’s? I wasn’t really around in the heady days of the singles scene when champagne, cocaine and free sex flowed like water. But
The home buyer of today is a very different home buyer than we had just 5 to 10 years ago, here is what today’s homebuyers are looking for. Quality of the neighborhood Neighborhoods are important to people, which type of
We get asked this question all the time…well…not really we just launched “legacy leads” the other day. But still, we do have some pretty good ideas of how they will be used by the most successful agents and loan officers.
The Losers Listings Agents The General Public The real losers in the IDX debate are the listing agents that have worked hard on creating a book of business over the months or years. They have generated the reputation and cultivated
While signs of economic improvement are visible we are also faced with harsh reality of what the real estate market and the economic world has been like over the past six years. In previous articles regarding the economic situation and
As covered in a previous article there is a marked difference between the complaint and the concerns that we here from home buyers and home sellers in today’s economic landscape. The complaint is that the average household income has declined