Tax season is here!
The Internal Revenue Service has a rep for being grumpy with people, but there is one group that the IRS loves.
There are considerable financial benefits to owning a home. Instead of your money going into your landlord’s bank account, when you own property you are making an investment into your future.
As a homeowner, you can enjoy certain tax benefits renters don’t have access to.
Welcome to a seller’s market.
What is a seller’s market? It’s when demand is high for properties, but the supply is limited. In other words, there are plenty of buyers out there, but not enough homes to go around.
That makes it a great time to sell your home.
I make my living connecting people who want to sell their home to people that want to buy it.
As a Realtor, I follow a simple code: Do right by my clients, and be honest in my dealings.
It’s good business.
Single family homes in the city are becoming one of the hottest commodities in the county real estate market.
Looking at the projections for growth through the next 25 years, it’s easy to see that the county is not prepared for the boom that is coming. And as long as short-sighted builders are still erecting $450,000, 6,000-square-foot McMansions in the suburbs with room enough for a family of four, there will be fewer housing options in the coming years for middle class families and seniors.
Too often I hear other real estate agents complain about clients sending them listings from Trulia, Zillow or any of the other do-it-yourself realty web sites.
What’s the big deal? I encourage my clients to get involved and stay involved.