Sharon's Blog on Bank Foreclosures and REO properties

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Over the next 2 years bank foreclosures and REO homes as well as short sales are going to be an all time high. Our office has been successful in helping home owners avoid foreclosure by doing short sales. Investers & owner occupied can take advantage of these bargain prices.



You just moved into your new home. You've purchased the perfect furniture and accessories. You even found the perfect area rug to add to your hardwood floors, but you're totally stumped on which size to buy.There are so many questions: Should the furniture be placed on or off the rug? Does the ru...
Do you start each New Year full of great intentions only to discover, before January ends, that you've slipped back to "always done it that way" behavior and thinking?To kick 2016 into high gear without changing where you do business and what you sell, first take stock of where you're starting fr...
About one year ago, our column dealt with the subject of wire transfer fraud in real estate transactions. Regrettably, the topic is still a current one. On December 15, NAR issued an alert on the subject. Anecdotally, incidents have increased in the Southern California area. The nature of the sca...
A natural disaster can happen anywhere, at any time. In light of deadly spring-like storms that tore through Texas the day after Christmas, ravaging cities and tearing apart neighborhoods, we thought it was time to take a look at some disaster preparations people can make to protect themselves an...
Approaching bad weather always produces a run on certain items. Incoming blizzards empty stores of snow blowers; heat waves have air conditioners flying off of the shelves; the threat of power outages makes it difficult for retailers to keep portable generators in stock.But many homeowners - espe...
It's common to start thinking about a new house in the New Year. We all do it (in fact, we're doing it right now). But if it's not a practical time to but (or sell) or you're not in a financial position to make that kind of change, you can still make your house feel like new. Make one big change ...

Sharon Sigman

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Kansas City is a very good area for investers in both single family homes to apartment & commercial buildings.We have lots of inventory for residential and commercial listings.