As I've mentioned, the market is HOT, HOT, HOT...for sellers. For buyers, it's terrible, to be honest. We are indeed in the midst of a housing shortage. Here are the July stats: New listings were up +45% for the month of July versus last July, however month's supply of inventory was down -21.2% and homes... Continue Reading →
Much speculation has been made on the direction in which the real estate market is heading, and whether or not this is a good time to buy given current market uncertainties. “Are we heading for a recession?” is a commonly asked question among skiddish buyers. Here’s the thing, we already are in a recession. The... Continue Reading →
This week we will be exploring the intricate and ever evolving multi-verse of property taxation. I have included a brief 12 minute video tutorial, in which I will walk you through the process of calculating property taxes for yourself, the method used to do it, and the websites needed to access the data. I will also show you how to translate that oft confusing assessment into the full market value per the town.
The biggest question sellers will have is how much they will net in their sale after all fees are paid out. So let's get right down to it and break down seller closing costs.
So often do I meet people in various social settings that have recently made a home purchase and, since I am a real estate agent, of course I am given a blow by blow of their usually disappointing experience. The process did not go as smoothly as they thought it should, and the finger is... Continue Reading →