Entries for July, 2012
Guest post by Movoto Real Estate It turns out homebuyers just want to see houses. It doesn’t matter how it happens. Who shows a potential buyer houses, while important, isn’t as important as their desire to see the properties. We hate to break this to agents, but buyers don’t “agent shop.” Sorry to burst your [...]
Lots of info in this issue about TICs (Tenancies In Common), should you have your eye on one. If you choose not to click on the photo, you can follow this link to read the latest issue.
Guest post by Movoto Real Estate A high-quality private school is extraordinarily expensive. We are talking numbers similar to tuition for a top 5 college or university; $33,708/year on average, based mostly on 2010-2011 tuition figures (which are only higher now, due to inflation). So how does that translate into property value? Well, the ultra-low [...]
This is a video that every home seller everywhere, in every market, in every price level needs to watch. There is so much good information along the lines of “you just gotta do it”, and take the advice of the expert (your Realtor) when doing so. We know what we’re doing, and we’re here to [...]
This wonderful two-level single family alternative only a par 4 from the oh-so-hip NOPA district of San Francisco, and situated on the edge of the Lone Mountain district is currently listed off MLS until the sellers can find a suitable replacement property (if you know of any, don’t be shy). Asking $1,125,000, the home (its [...]
Sorry for the delay in posting, and getting this out to you. If you’re on the email list, you will have received this on Friday. If not, here you go: -Click here to get the goods…
My clients just sent me the link to this property on Downey and asked if it was in contract. It is, but I got hung up on this photo…. Contemplate for a minute all that is going on in this photo…or not going on in the year 2012. Perhaps a warm cappuccino or cold beverage [...]