Posts Tagged ‘Lawrenceville Real Estate Agent’

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 […]

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 […]

2014 Housing Market .. whats next

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

  2014 Housing Market I was reading this great report on whats next in the market and wanted to share it with you. I caution you remember that all real estate in local and national trends to effect the local market. However the local market responses to its on local issues. So seek the advice […]

Owners Targeted in Deed Scams

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

   New Home Owners Targeted in Deed Scams Wanted to share this article  with my clients and friends as I have seen this occurring in Gwinnett County more and more Undersatnd that deed / titles are available for free at the Gwinnett Co Court House for free also most closing attorneys provide title / deeds […]

Foreclosure Shadow Inventory Plummets to Lowest Level in 6 Years

Friday, January 10th, 2014

AILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 2014 Shadow inventory — also often known as “pending supply” — dropped to the lowest level since August 2008, to 1.7 million homes, CoreLogic reports in its latest report. The shadow inventory is down 24 percent compared to year-ago levels. CoreLogic estimates shadow inventory by the number […]

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: […]

OK we have an offer – heck we have multiple offers now what

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

OK we have an offer – heck we have multiple offers now what If you find yourself needing to sell a home, make sure you understand that these 3 questions will be relevant to you, and you won’t likely consider them until you are under a good deal of stress. Choose your agent accordingly! What is […]

Homes Inventor Level are returning to normal levels

Monday, July 15th, 2013

Homes Inventor Level are returning to normal levels While June inventories continue to be down on year-over-year basis, they rose for the sixth consecutive month and are steadily returning to more normal levels. The number of homes listed for sale increased by 4.3 percent in June to 1.9 million homes, the highest level in the […]

Rising Rates Will Reduce Demand, but Won’t Eliminate Affordability ..Lawrenceville Real Estate News

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Rising Rates Will Reduce Demand, but Won’t Eliminate Affordability .. Lawrenceville Real Estate News The increase in mortgage rates coupled with rising home prices may dampen demand, but the recent upward movement in rates is not enough to make housing unaffordable to median income earners, according to Freddie Mac’s economic and housing outlook for June. In fact, […]

Housing market may be cooling down

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

Is the market self correcting ? Is the HOT  Housing Market cooling ? In the U.S., May 2013 inventories rose by 5.82 percent over April 2013 and median list prices were 2.10 percent higher than April prices. National housing indicators are being led by strong regional markets experiencing key growth, as seller supply begins to […]