homes for sale: 2010 Pricing Like is was BACK Then!!! - 02/22/10 06:52 AM
I know in my market, Central South Florida, we are seeing pricing stablize and also having tremedious success with first time home buyers. However, you still have those buyers that want to take advantage of the market and then really LOW BALL the homeowner. Once you have seen the listing drop over $100,000 wouldn't you think that low balling this homeowner would not be benefical? I am listing my property like it was 2002! Pricing like it was back then in 2010! That is my motto. Leave little room for low ball offers, price it like you want to sell it … (0 comments)

homes for sale: February 2009 - 02/24/09 07:01 AM
Todays real estate economy is thriving with the bustle of many buyers, I am noticing new first time buyers taking advantage of todays affordable market! This is great news! I am also hearing about all of these "great deals" that can be had out there. The foreclosures and bank owned property. The only thing is, these properties have their issues too!!! Price is not the problem, it is the condition of the property that needs to be addressed. Many of these properties were homes to families that were told they can no longer live there. Thus creating anger, due to a … (0 comments)

homes for sale: Hot Potato Market - 03/01/08 07:33 AM
Hot Potato Market Strange heading I know, but let me explain as I always do. This is what I called what happened during the BOOM. Here it goes, take where I live for example, in 2003 you could find a home on a golf course home in a gorgeous community 3 bed 2 bath 2 car garage, pool, CBS (concrete block stucco) with over 1800 LSF (living square footage), now brace yourself, for $130,000 or high end $200,000. oK SO, an investor from another inflated market area comes to my market and finds this prize piece of property for an excellent … (0 comments)


Dawn Dell

Sebring, FL

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Heartland Real Estate Corp

Address: 3200 US 27 #201 , Sebring, Fl, 33870

Office: (863) 382-3887

Mobile: (863) 381-0400



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