Beachfront Malibu house selling for 40M!

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I like the beach, the ocean, sand between toes, the surf and the relaxed vibe most beaches offer. There is just something about soaking up the sun while on a beach or taking in ocean views with swells that roll in every few seconds. Whether I will ever live on a beach or not remains to be seen (highly doubtful), …

Has the real estate market peaked?

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I get asked all the time if I think the real estate market has peaked or if prices will continue to rise going forward. One thing I have learned over the years is that no one has a crystal ball and trying to predict what the real estate market will do past 3 months is a very think line to …

NY Mid-Century Modern with tons of potential for sale!

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There is just something about a mid-century modern house that appeals to me. I have never owned one and chances are, I probably never will as they are not exactly abundant on the market. There are certain communities in our country that have more of them than others. This stunning, yet outdate/original, home was built in 1953 and has only …

Some very old homes for sale this week!

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Check out this list of very old homes for sale this week. All are located in the northeastern region of the US (which makes sense due to where our country began) with one exception in South Carolina. The oldest house for sale, located in Pennsylvania, was built in 1683! All appear to have charm and lots of character. For more …

Some great ideas to spice up your patio!

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Often times home owners don’t put much thought or effort into their patios. It’s understandable, to a degree, as many people look beyond the patio and go right to the backyard instead. Patios are becoming more and more of a popular place to spend time. With the Covid-19 pandemic that hit us all so hard and cooped a lot of …

Top trending colors for real estate

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As we all know, trends come and go and trends in real estate are no exception, especially when it comes to paint colors. Outdated colors can turn buyers off immediately or can bring lower offers than the same house with updated, trendy colors. If you are curious as to what colors are hot, check out the below article that goes …

Unreal Central Texas Castle!

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Wow! Check out this castle-style mansion in Central Texas for sale for 6.5 million dollars! It is simply something I have never seen before, a true one of a kind property for sure! Imagine the endless possibilities this property offers as you read the full article below. It is almost unimaginable what someone could do with this property. I can’t …

New construction industry is on fire!

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Have you been curious about what the new home construction industry looks like? Are new builds up or down? What has the Covid-19 virus done to the new home industry? Read the below linked article to get all the latest information and data on the new construction market. I will give you a hint: it is on fire! Read the …

What happens when my listing agreement expires?

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Have you ever listed your home with a real estate agent and before your home sold, the listing agreement expired? In a seller’s market, this doesn’t happen all that often, but it certainly does happen. It may have not have sold for a variety of reasons such as condition, location, price, etc., however if your listing does expire, what happens …

Home prices are on the rise yet again!

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Many people, myself included, wondered what effects Covid-19 would have on the housing market. Would the market crash, would is remain stable, would prices hit rock bottom or would prices actually increase? Well, the data is in. A recent study by Case-Shiller tracked twenty metropolitan areas within the U.S. and in nineteen of them, prices of homes increased from the …