Most people realize, in most instances, one of the weapons, in the arsenal, and plan, for selling and marketing a house, is conducting an Open House. However, if all it took, was doing so, why would any homeowner need the services and representation of a professional real estate agent? For those, who have ever attended… Continue reading The Open House: How Will Your Home, Be Shown?
When you manage or lease a retail shopping center it is important to understand the shopping patterns of customers from within the local area. By definition, the local area will be that the zone or precinct that produces 80% of the sales for your retailers; that area is likely to be local and within certain… Continue reading How to Do a Shopping Center Survey
When selling your house, you need to do a little marketing just like you would with any other kind of sale. You can of course use the help of a real estate agent to do the work for you, but it is important that you put in some effort as well. If you choose to… Continue reading Looking To Sell Your House At The Highest Price Possible? What to Do
You’ve probably come across many articles, bloggers, and some internet marketers saying you don’t need IDX on your real estate website. Their reason is that the top 10 real estate websites led by Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com, account for about half of all website traffic, and therefore, it is “useless” and “a waste of money”… Continue reading Do You Need IDX for Your Real Estate Website?
We often, witness, many individuals, seeking to sell their homes, fail to take the best actions, in their own, best – interests! After all, since, for most of us, the value of our house, represents our single – biggest, financial asset, doesn’t it make sense, to proceed, from the start, with the finest, possible, SELLING… Continue reading Homeowners: How To Start The SELLING Process?
Los Angeles has long been one of the costliest cities in California. Its reputation is such that the real estate media writes about an “affordability crisis” that is brewing in the Golden State. Realty reports show that the California home premium – the difference between California median house prices and U.S. house price medians –… Continue reading News for Los Angeles: New Apartments Coming in 2016, But Rents Expected to Rise
SAN DIEGO, California – Consumer vote with their wallets and so do the markets. It is quite astonishing to watch the bond market and interest rates nowadays. In less than two months, since the beginning of January till the end of February, the 10-year Treasury Note yield had increased by a stunning 54.9% percent, from… Continue reading Will Rising Interest Rates Threaten Our Fledgling Economic Recovery?
When I first saw the TV show ‘Hoarders’, I wondered how they found all those houses. After buying houses for years, I realize that hoarder houses are everywhere. Shocking! The above photo is from one of the hoarder houses we purchased. Hundreds (thousands?) of dolls. They were in EVERY room on both floors with only… Continue reading Have You Ever Purchased a Hoarder House?
In most areas of the country, both, homeowners (opting to sell their homes), and potential home buyers, would benefit, from hiring and utilizing the services, of the right real estate agent. Your CHOICE of, the individual, you decide to hire, often, makes a considerable difference. Since, for most, their house represents their single – biggest,… Continue reading Your CHOICE Of A Real Estate Agent
In a lot of occasions, conveyancing when buying a property takes 6 to 8 weeks on the average. However, depending on situations, it could take really longer or maybe even quicker. Conveyancers in generally cannot tell their clients an exact date as to when the process will end – not because they don’t want to,… Continue reading How Long Does Conveyancing Really Take?