Home prices could be peaking because of rental market shifts; learn to navigate the conversation the right way - BY BERNICE ROSS for Inman
What you can find on the internet could shape which offers are accepted and more - BY AMBER TAUFEN Staff Writer for Inman
By EILEEN SMITH DALLABRIDA • APR 7, 2017 (Delaware Public Media)
A decade after the housing bubble burst, home sales are buoyant with some parts of the First State experiencing the most exuberant spring in 40 years.
In suburban Newark, a freshly refurbished home priced at $299,999 in the Drummond North development sold in a single day.
A three-bedroom townhouse in Wilmington’s upscale Highlands neighborhood didn’t last much longer. Priced at $359,900, it was snapped up in less than a week.
Help agents dazzle past clients, cultivate customers for life, and increase referrals by becoming a long-term indispensable resource. MARCH 2017 | BY LEE NELSON
A woman in her mid 60s inherited enough cash to purchase her first home. She had $80,000; however, it’s difficult to find a house for that price in her home town of Nashville. Enter William Willoughby, broker-owner at Music City Group Real Estate in Nashville, who came through for this buyer by finding a little HUD home that needed a water heater and other renovations. It was a good brick house in a nice neighborhood, but he just couldn’t put her in the home, shake hands, and say good-bye after the closing. He felt compelled to make sure she found the right workers to get the remodel completed in the 30-day deadline given by HUD.
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 2017 - With low inventories across the U.S., now is a great time to sell. You may have clients interested in putting a rental property on the market that’s currently occupied by tenants. Desare Kohn-Laski, broker-owner of Skye Louis Realty in Coconut Creek, Fla., offers these three tips to successfully navigate the transaction.