The 1 Key Reason We Switched to eXp Realty



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Our team has an exciting announcement to make: We’ve made the switch to eXp Realty!

Beyond simply keying you in on this great news, though, I also wanted to explain why we decided to make this move. Ultimately, it comes down to one simple reason: eXp Realty offers amazing technology—and this allows us to better serve you, our clients.


It’s the least we can do to make sure our clients are achieving the best possible results.


After 12 years of being in the business, I’ve come to realize that real estate is truly a service industry. When clients come to my team for help, they’re trusting us with one of the greatest investments of their lives. Therefore, it’s the least we can do to make sure our clients are achieving the best possible results. We want to help your buying and selling dreams come true.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

You Don't Need to Wait Until Spring to Sell



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Should you list your home now as we approach the fall and winter seasons? Or should you wait until next spring? People ask me this a lot during this time of year, so I thought I would share my thoughts with you today.

If I showed you a list of the percentages of sale from January 1 to December 31, you would see a bell curve. What's interesting about this bell curve is that, while the volume does increase, the percentage of sale meaning the homes listed and sold, are almost exactly the same throughout the year.

In simple terms, this means that if there are 100 homes listed in January and 1,000 homes listed in June, you'll see the same percentage of homes sold.

What do these numbers mean? They mean that if you're looking to sell a home in the fall, you're going to have less competition. This means you may be able to net more money because there's less to choose from for the potential buyers looking.




There is never a bad time or a good time to sell if you need to sell real estate.


There is never a bad time or a good time to sell if you need to sell real estate. The reality is that we'll get it done for you and net you the most amount of money.

If you have any questions about selling in the fall, please let me know. I look forward to speaking with you soon.

What Does a Shift in Our Market Mean for You?



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I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about the market and what exactly is going on right now. I’ve done a little bit of research for you and wanted to share my thoughts today.
As you all know, we’ve seen some interest rate hikes, but we haven’t seen anything too major. However, experts are forecasting approximately three more hikes in the next year that will take interest rates up by 2% to 2.5%.

When these interest rates go up, it’s going to affect affordability for homebuyers in the market.
Instead of being able to purchase a $250,000 home, you’re only going to be able to afford a $225,000 home.


Increased interest rates will reduce buyer pools and reduce home prices.


For home sellers, this is going to reduce the buyer pool for their home. This will put downward pressure on the market and push your home value down.

That’s why if you’re considering selling at all in the next few years, it’s vital that you look at your options for selling this year before these rates increase and prices start to go down.

There’s a lot going on here. If you have any specific questions about this or about anything else related to the real estate market, don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.