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Yes, this is a $480,000 listing and this is the MAIN PHOTO. That's all I have to say about that!
Sex, lifestyle, marriage, children, family...Real estate marketing is venturing off into new and some would say "creative, exciting and edgy" arenas.This morning Roger D. Mucci posted "Does Sex Sell?" and it created a ripple effect in my little brain.Marketing excites many real estate agents, it ...
Just a quick update on Tango's activities over the last few weeks. He's been very busy "prepping" for show season. It's a tough life. Lots of work, both physical and mental.We were scheduled to attend a horse show in Perry, Georgia on April 1st through the 4th. It was Tango's first time being ...
We've all had those buyers who are hard to contain. You know the ones that sneak out on their own to look at homes. Most often they are lured into a new construction community with an on-site agent. It's important that we caution our buyers against such behavior and even more important that we ...
Keeping this short and sweet, no blogging points. Let me just say that I HATE APRIL FOOLS' DAY. See you tomorrow!
Real estate can be a real downer, not just for buyers and sellers but for agents too! Believe me when I tell you that your agent is just as invested in the success of your transaction as you are. (If they are not, it might be time to find a new agent!) From extended listing times to delayed clo...
Marietta Foreclosures for Sale - March 2015 As of 3/6/15, there are 8 ACTIVE FORECLOSURE LISTINGS in the First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS) Prices range from $139,000 to $574,900. As distressed properties continue to decline across Cobb County, buyers looking for a great home at a bargain pric...
FAQ #2 What is a realistic time line to close on my home? Q: What is a realistic time line to close on my home? A: You should plan on a minimum of 45 days from the binding agreement date to closing. Whether you are on the buying or selling side, this is the question that I hear most often....
There are so many misconceptions about real estate agents. Some of the most prevalent and disconcerting ones are that we don't work, we don't work hard, we don't play an important role in the transaction once the "house is found" and we're overpaid. I wanted to make a public accounting for my ti...
Q: Does my spouse have to be on our new mortgage loan? A: The short answer is NO. There is no requirement that spouses/partners must apply for a mortgage jointly. Often, one spouse may have credit issues that the other does not. In that case, it might be more advantageous to leave them off o...