Posts Tagged ‘real estate’

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Housing Inventory Continues Fall in January

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Time and time again I am being asked these days  “hows the housing market “. My response for the last several months has been  the same – Houses  are selling fast Low Inventory and Low Mortgage Rates adding in High Buyer  makes for a Seller Market. The following article outlines the current market trend   Housing Inventory Continues […]

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 […]

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 […]

What’s Keeping Homeowners from Refinancing?

Monday, February 10th, 2014

  I found this recent report interesting ,”What’s Keeping Homeowners  from Refinancing?’ consider over and over again I hear buyers and sellers talk about mortgage interest rates and monthly payments   What’s Keeping Homeowners  from Refinancing? Author: Colin Robins February 7, 2014 0 A new commentary from Fannie Mae attempts to address a perplexing question: With mortgage rates down steadily in […]