Posts Tagged ‘ericgreid’

Which Home Renovations Pay Back When I Sell

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Which Home Renovations Pay Back When I Sell Which Renovations Make Cents I get so many questions asking what remodeling projects pay back the best . Here is a great answer Cost vs. Value Report: Which Renovations Make Cents Photo: © Artazum Shiyan – Shutterstock Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report is out, and it’s […]

Will New Housing Construction help or hurt the market ?

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Will New Construction be a good thing in todays recovering market ?  If Spending is a good thing and increasing inventor in an inventor lacking  market is also a good thing and buyers ability to buy / barrow is a good thing then New Construction is a good thing to the power of 3 Author: Tory Barringer March […]

Is The Housing Recovery Over?

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

This recent article found in DSNEWS provides great insight into the current and future housing market Currently we are seeing an increase days on market an early indicator of a slowing market. This trend is occurring in multiple local and national markets. Now is the time to get your home on the market and sold before the […]

Buyers, Sellers Will Jump Off the Fence This Year – the trend for 2014

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Great information of what to expect in the housing market for 2014. I think the following sums it up perfectly “Normalcy is returning to residential real estate,” says Lee. “People are seeking homes for all the right reasons: to gain shelter and security, raise a family, and generate long-term wealth.” The more I meet with both sellers […]

20.7% of Georgia Homeowners are still underwater

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Georgia Homeowners are still underwater             Do homeowners still need “short sales” as an option ? CoreLogic shows the following states had the highest percentage of mortgage borrowers still underwater in the second quarter: 20.7% of Georgia Homeowners are still underwater Nevada: 36.4% Florida: 31.5% Arizona: 24.7% Michigan: 22.5% Georgia: […]