Yes, Winter is a Great Time to Sell Your Home

Tuesday, November 21st, 2023

Cold weather won’t deter a motivated homebuyer. Corporate relocations often take place before the new year and those employees want to find a home now. Buyers want to get their children enrolled in school before the second semester begins. Homebuyers may feel they have a better chance of finding a home while their competitors nest at home until the snow melts. 

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How to Find Real Estate in Best School Districts

Wednesday, September 13th, 2023

According to the National Association of REALTORS®, real estate professionals aren’t allowed to violate fair housing laws by giving their opinions about the quality of schools or steering their clients toward or away from certain schools. This has enhanced significance in lieu of recent battles over classroom curriculum, book bans, charter schools, the loss of qualified teachers, county school consolidations, and more.  Real estate practitioners may have children in school themselves, but they have chosen that school for a reason, perhaps their child’s preferences and abilities. They can introduce you to homes to buy or rent, which is their expertise, but they’re not able to help you pick out a school or recommend an educational environment for your child.

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Prefab Homes - Are They Good New Home Investments?

Tuesday, August 15th, 2023

When you see the word prefab, what’s your initial impression? Good, bad, indifferent? If your first thought was a “trailer” made with shoddy stapled construction, vulnerable to serious weather events and tacky neighborhoods, you’d be mistaken. That’s the past. Would you be surprised to learn that the prefab homes of today are not only competitive with traditional stick-built homes, they’ve edged ahead in many areas including speed and quality of construction, affordability, and custom home-level styling?

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Rethinking Your Homes Extra Land as a Second Source of Income

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2023

When you think of raw land, it’s likely farming and ranching come to mind, but when you bought your acreage, did you really want to become a farmer or rancher? Maybe you just wanted enough land around your homestead or vacation property to enjoy the sounds and beauty of nature, far from road traffic, nosy neighbors, and the cacophony of the city. Now that you’ve got that, you may be reassessing ways your extra land can be used to make you money—besides waiting for slow value appreciation.

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There are two ways your property can lose value – events that are beyond your control and factors within your control. You may not be able to do much about conditions that impact the market such as rising interest rates, job losses in your area, foreclosures or other negative changes in the neighborhood, but you can do something about the condition of your property.

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