For Sale By Owner (FSBO) Statistics FSBOs accounted for 8% of home sales in 2020. The typical FSBO home sold for $217,900 compared to $295,000 for agent-assisted home sales. FSBO methods used to market home... Source: Quick Real Estate Statistics Continue Reading
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For Sale By Owner (FSBO) Statistics FSBOs accounted for 8% of home sales in 2020. The typical FSBO home sold for $217,900 compared to $295,000 for agent-assisted home sales. FSBO methods used to market home... Source: 2020 National Association of REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers Continue Reading
Tampa Bay Realtors Need More Homes
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Take ADVANTAGE of This Sellers’ Market!
Now is NOT the time to leave your home off the market if you’re ready to sell. Inventory is low, as shown in the graph above. That’s bad news for Buyers, but it’s GREAT NEWS for Sellers like you to get more showings and potentially higher offers for a successful sale. Combined with mortgage rates reaching new lows, we are seeing unprecedented actions in the housing market right Continue Reading
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Housing Bubble? Tampa-St. Petersburg Housing Market
One of our clients has been eager to buy his first dream home near downtown St. Petersburg, but one of his hesitations that brings him back from the buying table is a fear of the “housing bubble.” He’s not alone: two-thirds of homeowners share his concern about a crash according to the Modern Homebuyer Survey by ValueInsured. Our client, like many others, has read or heard Continue Reading
Is Solar The Right Choice For Your Home?
When Robert first mentioned the idea of us going solar, of course it sounded like the right thing to do, but the cost was substantial. Despite the 30% tax credit, I had a difficult time making the dollars and cents add up to a cost savings in the long run. Saving: Of course, saving money is not the only reason we should go solar, but it’s a huge factor for most of us to Continue Reading
Work Directly With The Broker
Last summer I took the examination to become a real estate sales agent. The 60-hour course took me 120 hours. I now have a far greater appreciation for the work of sales agents. It wasn’t long into my first year of practice, however, that I realized I still know very little about real estate. Being able to partner with my significant other, Robert, was a blessing. Continue Reading