selling homes for over 30 years: Desirable Ferry Street Bridge home~ 1445 Linda Ave, Eugene is Pending - 06/23/16 07:16 AM
1445 Linda Ave, Eugene Or (Pending Sale in 1 day)
Darling home that shows extremely well with updates including newer kitchen & bathroom cabinets, vinyl counter-tops, & vinyl windows. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath home in desirable Ferry Street Bridge. Separate dining area with slider to oversized covered deck overlooking huge backyard. This is perfect for gardening and lots of room to roam. A must see! It won't last in desirable Ferry Street Bridge. Listing Price $212,000 This one is pending sale, but we have others!
Jan Sohlman
RE/MAX Integrity
Jan Sohlman has been selling homes in Lane County for over 30 years! Jan and her team, … (5 comments)

selling homes for over 30 years: The market in Lane County Oregon this Spring.... By Jan Sohlman - 03/28/16 07:14 AM
Spring is a time of renewal and changes and new beginnings. Usually at this time of year we see the Lane County listings jump ahead, but it has been the slowest Spring market in over 20 years.
Many people think Spring is a great time to list their home as the trees start blooming and the grass is coming back in from our harsh winter. Many buyers and sellers do business all year long, but Spring is the time is when they start thinking about getting their home ready to sell.
If you are considering listing your home, I would love … (1 comments)

selling homes for over 30 years: Home buyer stats and why to have them use a realtor in the first place - 12/02/15 08:46 AM
I found it very interesting articles  to the average home buyer.  Here is one.... is that 32% of buyers were first time home buyers, and that 24% of home buyers were single (15% females, 9% males). Also, although 31% of all home buyers were not married, the average age of the typical home buyer was 44 years.
Another interesting statistic is that the expected tenure of these home buyers is 14 years. I believe that is a lot longer than in years past. Didn't it used to be a 7 year turn around?
I have been working with a lot of buyers in … (2 comments)

selling homes for over 30 years: 8 ways to be happier.... Make a not so good day better - 06/02/15 06:59 AM
8 Ways to Make a Not-So-Good-Day Better
1. Use the phrase, “I’ll wait for you,” or “We have time.” Such offerings only cost a few minutes but have the potential... to bring instant peace to any situation.
2. Accept one invitation that will make someone else happier:
Yes, you can throw a penny in the fountain.
Yes, we can read one more book.
Yes, you can push the button.
Then notice the joy that YES brings; that joy is yours for the taking.
3. Decline one request that will make you happier:
No, that doesn’t work for … (5 comments)