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The Truth About Today’s Buyer Demand

Posted by Brooke Price on September 21, 2021 in  uncategorized
When it comes to the latest news in real estate, there are a lot of sensational headlines in the media. In times like this, when it can be hard to know what to believe, put your trust in the experts. Those of us in the housing market respect that buying or selling a home is a major life decision, and we offer advice based on what the data shows. Despite what you may have read, the housing market is still undeniably strong. Here’s a look at what leading experts have to say about buyer demand&nbs... read more

What To Do with Your Vacation Home as Summer Ends

Posted by Brooke Price on September 14, 2021 in  uncategorized
As summer comes to a close, is it time to think about selling your vacation home? Based on recent data and expert opinions, it’s something you may want to consider. According to research from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), vacation home sales are up 57.2% year-over-year for January-April 2021. If you’ve taken your last vacation this summer, here are reasons you should consider selling your vacation home this year. 1. Remote work continues to drive demand for vacatio... read more

Why It’s Still Safe To Sell Your Home

Posted by Brooke Price on September 14, 2021 in  uncategorized
If you’re on the fence about whether or not you want to sell your house this year, there’s good news. Real estate professionals are highly experienced in how to sell houses safely during the pandemic. Over the last year, agents have adopted new technologies and safety measures designed to keep you safe. And experts say these practices are here to stay. As Bob Goldberg, CEO of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), puts it: “The pandemic has confirmed to all of us in ... read more

5 Reasons Today’s Housing Market Is Anything but Normal

Posted by Brooke Price on September 09, 2021 in  uncategorized
There are many headlines out there that claim we’re reverting to a more normal real estate market. That would indicate the housing market is returning to the pre-pandemic numbers we saw from 2015-2019. But that’s not happening. The market is still extremely vibrant as demand is still strong even while housing supply is slowly returning. Here’s the definition of normal from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: “conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern: characterized by th... read more