Recent studies have shown that buyer sentiment is relatively low, and yet searches on google related to the home buying process are soaring. What is going on? As of end of July, we saw bidding wars abound and a plethora of price INCREASES, the likes of which I'd never seen in my entire career. Inventory... Continue Reading →
If real estate were a three-ring circus – and let's face it, most of the time it is – short sales would be the main attraction. And what is a short sale? That is a question that I get asked often by buyers who see the bold “SHORT SALE” words in all caps in 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.
It's a new year, and a new market! That's right, folks, the Spring market is just ahead and it's time to take stock of some of the most common pitfalls that trap sellers that can cost them lots of time and money. Not checking building records prior to going live on the market tops my list of main offenders, because it is by far and way the most common, headache-inducing blunder home sellers make.