Buying The Market Has Crashed (Just not the way you want it to) Buyers! You’ve been asking me for several years now: “when will the market crash?” Well, I have a new answer for you: “It has already!” Yes, prices are still high. Yes, there are still bidding wars on well-priced homes. The crash isn’t in prices, it’s in inventory. Watch this 3 minute video to see what’s […]
Buying When is the real estate market going to be normal again? People often ask me: When is the market ever going to be “normal” again? In this episode of HOUSE TALK I explain why I think we are not going to see the old normal, and why this new normal is likely to last for quite a long time, maybe even a decade or more. I […]
Buying HOUSE TALK – Why agents are not allowed answer some buyers’ questions Is this a diverse community? Is this area safe? Are the schools good? These are some typical questions a buyer may ask a REALTOR® regarding a community. Unfortunately, federal and state fair housing laws make it risky, or even illegal, for us to answer them. Why? The Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 and the […]
Buying HOUSE TALK – Choosing Home Insurance When you are buying a home, obtaining a home insurance policy is typically one of the last things buyers will do before closing. In this episode of HOUSE TALK, I speak with Insurance Broker Jaina Lally of Goosehead Insurance about why you should start the process of selecting insurance much earlier.  Watch this 6 minute […]
Home Styles Introducing Bungalow Homes   Bungalow style homes were part of the Arts and Crafts movement of the 1900s and 1910s. While they’re sometimes called Craftsman Homes or Craftsman Cottages some Craftsman Homes could be significantly larger. Bungalows were one story, or one and a half story homes where the second story has sloped walls beneath the Roof. Dormers […]
Home Styles Introducing: Tudor Homes Maybe you already have an idea what at Tudor home looks like. Or maybe you’ve seen the term in a listing and wondered, what does that mean? Well, to start with, what’s called a Tudor in most real estate listings isn’t actually a Tudor. Tudor homes were built primarily in England and Wales in the […]
Buying Buying a Condo Are you thinking of buying a condo? There are a number of things you need to consider if you are buying a condo.  Here are a few of them: Financing – Does the condo qualify for FHA financing Not every condo can be purchased using an FHA mortgage. The FHA must approve a condo complex […]
Buying Introducing: Mid-century Modern Homes Ever wondered what is meant by a mid-century modern home? In this two and a half minute video I provide a brief introduction to mid-century modern architecture and interior design. If this is the style of home for you, give me a call or text at 973-462-4079 and I’ll be happy to find you a […]
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