Who is the Most Visited Real Estate Brand Online?
Hint: It starts out “Cold” but heats up with “well Banker”
According to the 2016 National Association of Realtors Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, the average home buyers visits at least 7 different websites to look for a home. That’s a lot of browsing and if you’re selling your home it’s not enough to just have your home featured on 100+ different real estate sites. You want to make sur... read more
Location, Location, Location. Millennial Home Buying Trends
Millennials are moving into the current housing market and changing the home buying trends.
Millennials, America’s largest generation, are moving into the current housing market and changing the home buying trends. As expected, rising real estate prices, higher costs of living, and other socio-political factors play into the new home buying trends. Research shows that in addition to the higher costs of livi... read more
10 Things to Look for in a House if You Have Children
Your life at home with children will be easier if your house has some version of these features.
Houzz Contributor, Laura Gaskill
If you have kids (or are planning to) and you’re shopping for a house, your what-to-look-for checklist is probably already a mile long. To avoid getting swamped by the home buying process, focus on what you really want from your home. Beyond the basics of location, price, condition and sc... read more
Before You Fall Head Over Heels for a 100+ Year Old Home
If you want to buy an older home, there are a few important issues you should be aware of before you close the deal. Here are some ways to help avoid future heartache.
There can be something quite romantic about buying an older home. Prospective homebuyers are often smitten when they first encounter the unique character and charm of a 100+ year-old home. Decades of history and stories are reflected in its small imperfections ... read more
Home Renovations & Features for the 2017 Smart Home
Discover the hottest new trends in smart home technology, from voice control to security, to temperature control to lighting and even safety measures like door locks!
Is your home a smart home? If you’re like most U.S. homeowners, the answer is probably yes, or it will be soon. What were once seen only as gimmicks reserved for the tech-savvy homeowners have quickly become the norm. We conducted a survey and fo... read more