5 Things home buyers should know about credit scores

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

“Your credit score.” This phrase can often spark both anxiety and confusion in your clients, and rightly so. This three-digit number plays a fundamental role in their finances, and can affect everything from their employment potential to their ability to apply for mortgages. Not only does a weak score damage your clients’ creditworthiness, it will also […]

The ugly truth: 4 home pricing mistakes

Monday, September 15th, 2014

You know it all too well. When selling a home, your pricing strategy makes or breaks your chances  for a quick sale. Pricing isn’t always a simple, straightforward process, and can often waste time and money and lead to frustration for both you and the seller. Here, top real estate agents and brokers share the […]

9 Real Estate Missteps That Put You In Danger

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Below are 9 real estate safety mistakes that put you and your clients in danger, as well as how to avoid them. Not screening buyers. Listing agents can recommend that sellers do NOT show their home to buyers who have not been pre-screened, which protects clients from predators and thieves. In addition, it also saves the sellers time […]

4 Signs of a Seller’s Market

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

Around the nation, the number of homes listed for sale is down and buyers are left chasing after a shrinking supply of decent real estate. Basic economics tells us that if the trend holds, prices will continue to go up. This trend is called a seller’s market. You may be wondering what it means for those […]

Prices Continue to Rise Inventory Still Low

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

The big story is still lack of inventory … and that is driving prices gains for Sellers.  • The available months of supply dropped to 4.7 months versus was 6.6 months in February. 6 months of supply is considered the bare minimum for ‘normal’ conditions. • For the Greater Metro Atlanta area, listed inventory was […]

Spring Recovery: Dead on Arrival?

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Spring Recovery: Dead on Arrival? just in from DS NEWS ,, Seller Read Fast and Ack Faster. The Long and Short of it .. with lenders setting tighter guidelines and low inventory the market is cooling faster than expected. Which could result in declining values as Buyers become more cautious. My advice List Today Be […]

Spring Brings UpSwing in Home Sales Inventory Remains Low

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Home sales inventory Spring Brings Uptick in Home Sales, But Inventory Remains Low Following weak home sales during the first two months of the year resulting from extreme winter weather, March sales picked up 24.6 percent across the 52 metros measured . However, despite the significant increase, March sales are 10.1 percent below their year-ago […]

Looking for a Great Online Storage Solution – App RevIew of CloudHQ

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

CloudHQ syncs your cloud from the cloud If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a lot of cloud storage spread out across multiple cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, SugarSync, and Microsoft SkyDrive. And while I’ve already migrated most of my digital life to Google Drive, I still keep the other services around and use them […]

Gwinnett County Property Tax Appeal

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Gwinnett County Property Tax Appeal  How can I appeal my Property Tax Appeal Did you receive your Gwinnett County Property Tax Assessment? Do you think it is too high and want to appeal the taxes? As in years past if you feel your property tax assessment is too high and want to appeal it we […]

Short Sale / Foreclosure Sales and Investor Purchases Fall in February

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

With Spring around the corner Sellers are starting to ask, “is now a good time to Sell my house?” The answer is YES with limited inventor and few distressed properties on the market Buyers are hunting hard for great homes and willing to pay a strong fair market value. So don’t wait till spring list today. Short […]