real estate advice: 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)

real estate advice: Correction Curve - 03/01/08 07:32 AM
"Correction Curve" Well let me take a few moments to explain what this is. The housing market is going to experience what I am calling the "Correction Curve", think about it, what the bank will finance is really what the market will bear, unless we have a frenzy market again and CASH buyers inflating the market (that is a whole other subject coming soon), anyway, if the a property is being purchased with a mortgage, then the bank requires an appraisal. An appraisal is really only ones opinion with a calculation of other factors. These main factors are other sales with … (0 comments)

real estate advice: Pigs get Fed, Hogs Get Slaughtered - 03/01/08 07:28 AM
Pigs Get Fed..... Hogs Get Slaughtered!   Wow, what a headline, should bring some kind of attention from some of you, No, this is not a recipe, I guess you can tell I am from the south with this headline also. Someone told me this back probably 2 years ago, he is wiser than his years, and yet I did not listen to him. Now let's discuss the meaning. This is about GREED!!!!!! Pigs get fed, Hogs get slaughtered, well, if you are selling your home and are expecting a huge profit in today's market, then you are a HOG. Offensive … (2 comments)


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