6 02, 2021
  • Redfin: December Pending Home Sales Outpaced New Listings

Redfin: December Pending Home Sales Outpaced New Listings

By |2021-02-08T22:18:24-05:00February 6th, 2021|Categories: New Homes, Potential Markets, Real Estate, Selling|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

In December, typically one of the slowest months of the year for the housing market, pending home sales across the nation rose 35 percent, and new listings increased by 14 percent, according to Redfin. The data demonstrates that winter didn’t have its usual chilling effect on demand. The persistent momentum of the market is largely due to historically-low mortgage interest rates. Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather had this to say: “The December housing market felt more like spring than winter. Right now homebuying demand is seemingly endless, and although new listings are up from a year ago, it’s not nearly

1 02, 2021
  • Most Homebuyers Made Offers Site-Unseen in 2020, According to Redfin

Most Homebuyers Made Offers Site-Unseen in 2020, According to Redfin

By |2021-01-16T22:05:45-05:00February 1st, 2021|Categories: Investment, Investment Properties, Selling|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

House flippers, you may receive an increasing number of offers on your properties from out-of-state buyers. A record 63 percent of homebuyers made offers on a property last year without actually seeing them in person, Redfin reports. That’s an increase of 31 percent over November 2019. Redfin surveyed over 1,900 homebuyers across 32 major markets during the months of November and December, and in mid-January, said sight-unseen offers have never been more popular since it first began collecting data of this nature five years ago. The surge is due to an increase in virtual home tours as a result of

16 01, 2021
  • Families Are Flocking to Nashville ‘Burbs

Families Are Flocking to Nashville ‘Burbs

By |2020-12-22T16:24:52-05:00January 16th, 2021|Categories: New Home Development, New Homes, Potential Markets, Real Estate, Tennessee, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Many homeowners in big cities across the country are relocating to suburbs in Nashville—a major city that we service. Residents of some of the most populous cities on both the east and west coasts are now making suburbs in Music City U.S.A. their home because of low costs of living and good schools, according to a recent report from realtor.com. “With low taxes and relatively low home prices, when compared on a national level, people from New York, Chicago, and L.A. see a lot of value,” said Cindy Stanton, principal broker of Parks Real Estate—located in the Nashville suburb of

11 10, 2020
  • Do This and Not That When Styling to Sell, According to One Home Stager

Do This and Not That When Styling to Sell, According to One Home Stager

By |2020-10-13T15:07:09-04:00October 11th, 2020|Categories: Curb Appeal, Home Improvements, Remodeling Tips, Selling, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

You know that staged houses sell faster and bring higher prices than un-staged ones, but you don’t have cash in the budget to hire a stager for your flip. Don’t worry. L.A.-based home stager and interior designer Anne Carr of Anne Carr Design offers these four tips on how to style and stage your flip to sell. Arrange a room to looks its best, and not necessarily for functionality. For Carr, presentation sometimes takes precedence over practicality. For instance, TV placement in a room. Rather than worry about whether or not a TV is viewable from various vantage points, Carr

16 04, 2020
  • Red Flag Flips - Signs That You May Need to Skip a Flip (Part 1)

Red Flag Flips: Signs That You May Need to Skip a Flip (Part 1)

By |2020-05-09T09:09:14-04:00April 16th, 2020|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money|Tags: , |0 Comments

While you’re in the flipping business to make money, profit potential shouldn’t be your only consideration when deciding whether or not to purchase a property. Beware of these red flags that may mean you need to skip a flip. Lots of Homes for Sale in the Neighborhood If there are lots of homes on the market in the neighborhood it could simply be happenstance, or it could be a red flag that a larger issue is at play. Perhaps land nearby is going to be purposed for something that homeowners don’t want to live near, like a commercial development, or

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