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New Stony Brook Hy-Vee in Millard - 04/24/10 09:22 AM
New Stony Brook Hy-Vee in Millard The Hy-Vee store at Oakview is in the process of moving to a new 12 acre location in Stony Brook just blocks away from Millard South High School. Construction has begun in Stony Brook and the new store will be much larger. It will offer customers more amenities such as expanded departments for fresh-cut meats, organic and health foods, more dine-in and carry-out choices, a Caribou coffee kiosk, and a drive-up pharmacy window. The expansion will also offer a convenience store/gas station.
View Larger Map This will be an interesting move from what appears (0 comments)
What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part Three - 04/22/10 11:13 AM
In part one of this series on price your home, What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part One, we covered what things are irrelevant when pricing your home for sale. In part two, What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part Two, we got into what you need to know to effectively price you home. Now you know how to price your home when you first put it on the market for sale. Once it is for sale however there is new information that you will need to review periodically. The market will provide (0 comments)
What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part Two - 04/20/10 03:07 PM
In part one, What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part One, we looked at what does not affect your list price when selling your home in Omaha. Now for what does help in setting your listing price. The first thing to look at are similar homes in your neighborhood that have sold, also known as comps. This will show you the asking prices of homes that sold and the range of prices in which your homes is likely to sell. Next the number of comps for sale and their prices need to be factored in. If there (0 comments)
What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part One - 04/18/10 09:25 AM
What Listing Price will get my Home in Omaha Sold? Part One When you are planning on selling a home in Omaha, or when selling real estate anywhere for that matter, one of the most important items to determine is the Listing Price. Before explaining how to find the right listing price, which we will cover in part two, we first need to discuss how NOT to arrive at your listing price. The price you list your home at has nothing to do with the following: How much you need from the sale. Whether you need a certain amount as a (0 comments)
Thank you Debra Engler at Century 21 Wear Company. - 04/17/10 07:15 PM
The sale of a property I was representing in the Springhill subdivision of Omaha at 8104 S 158 St closed and Debra represented the buyer. Real estate can be an enjoyable career when working with good people like Debra. Debra made this a smooth transaction and I hope we can do business again in the future. (0 comments)
I’d like to thank Kelly Holsapple at RE/MAX Real Estate Group. - 04/17/10 07:08 PM
Kelly assisted with the sale of my listing at 6179 Walnut St in West Lawn Hill by representing the buyer. It takes more than comprehensive marketing and outstanding service to sell a home. It also requires a competent agent on the other side of the sale. Kelly did a great job. She was a pleasure to work with and I we can do business again.
Omaha Real Estate Horror Story: Incompetent Agent Starves Buyer to Death - 04/17/10 02:04 PM
Omaha Real Estate Horror Story: Incompetent Agent Starves Buyer to Death This tale comes to us from long ago in the fast-paced and long forgotten Omaha real estate market of 2005. It was closing day. I got a call just after closing from my sellers. The seller asked me, "Were we suppose to leave the refrigerator?" I told him, "No, the buyer didn't ask for it in the purchase agreement so it's yours to take." I asked why he was asking. Apparently what had happened was as the sellers were finishing loading their moving truck the buyer showed up to start moving in, and he (0 comments)
I want to thank Kimberly DuBois at RE/MAX. - 04/12/10 12:58 PM
The sale of my listing at 3309 S 44 St in the Pratts subdivision of Omaha closed and the buyer was represented by Kimberly. Working with a good agent makes my job much easier. It is time consuming selling over 50 homes a year, but having a good agent on the other side of a sale makes closing a deal much easier. Kimberly made this an easy sale and I hope we can do business again. (0 comments)
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