The reasons you Have to have a Buyer’s Agent When buying New Construction

Buying new construction seems simple, right? Just select the floor plan you would like, choose the perfect lot, and watch it go up. No sellers to deal with, no unexpected repairs that come up during inspection, no drawn-out negotiations. Right? See why here

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Millennial’s a good deal more prepared to purchase fixer-uppers

Millennial first-time homeowners are showing more willingness than previous generations to complete do-it-yourself projects throughout the house or wait until they are able to afford to make the improvements they desire, a new survey by Better Homes & Gardens magazine finds. Which means that looking at fixer-uppers could be in the near future for the millennial home buyers. 50% of those surveyed said that their current home required some degree of repair or remodeling at the time they moved in. See details here

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Selling Your property? 4 Signs It’s Time for you to Call Us

Thinking of selling your property on your own? Online listing sites may lure you into thinking that the process is simple. Take a few photos, obtain a “For Sale” sign and wait for buyers, right? However the process is a bit more complicated than that. For anyone who is considering selling your home all by yourself, here are a couple sure signs you ought to call a professional REALTOR(R) like Nick & Cindy Davis. See the signs here

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Sizzling New-Home Innovations to Check out

There were an abundance of new ideas, features, and designs of interest to the new home community at the 2017 International Builders’ Show and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, both held in Orlando, Fla. a week ago. Everyone was there to gather the top trends and buzzwords you should know about now. See them here

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Open Layouts Remain to be the Preference

Open layouts remain to reign. 84% of builders say that in the typical single-family home they build, the kitchen and family room arrangement is at least partially open. 54% say it’s completely open, according to responses from a September 2016 National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index. See why here

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Existing-Home Sales Experienced a Stellar 2016, Reaching 10 Year High

Existing-home sales had a stellar 2016, amounting to 5.45 million-an increase from 5.25 million in 2015 as well as a decade-high from 6.48 million in 2006, based on the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Overall, 2016 was a “good year for the housing market,” says NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. See statistics here

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Builders forecast massive development in building

Construction of single-family homes is expected to gradually rise this year, as a growing economy, solid employment gains and rising household formation buoys builders forecasts. See details here

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ILHM Luxury Real Estate Analysis Tampa

In almost any market, even in strong seller’s markets, there will always be some amount of properties that will decrease their listing price. These might include sellers that drastically overpriced their homes just “to see what they could get” or homes that simply entered the real estate market at a price level above what the market will bear. See the luxury homes report here

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4 Ways in which Tech Should be used in Real Estate

You may not think “real estate” when you think about today’s technology, but several advances are responsible for the lives of home-buyers, home sellers, and agents much easier – not forgetting adding comfort with added security measures.Staying on top with all the new tech is something that is vital in the success of selling or buying your new home.  See tech tips here

 

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The negative side with the smart home: be mindful

Last October, when a large number of large websites were taken down following a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, what number of us thought at the moment that the Internet of Things (IoT) could possibly be involved? See details here

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