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Three-Quarters Of Americans Believe Now Is A Good Time To Sell Your Home

Posted by Eric Bartz // July 24, 2018

There’s no arguing that the housing market in the US is currently favoring sellers; historically low inventory is heating up competition and driving up prices. And even with those higher prices, homes are flying off the market faster than ever before (according to recent data from the National Association of Realtors, homes stayed on the […]


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New Survey Finds Misconceptions About Down Payments Keeping People From Purchasing Homes

Posted by Eric Bartz // July 17, 2018

One of the main reasons people aren’t buying homes is they think they can’t afford it—especially the down payment. But, as it turns out, there are plenty of buyers out there who actually can afford to purchase a home, but their misconceptions about affordability are holding them back from making a move. According to a […]


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8 Signs That You Were Destined to Work in Real Estate

Posted by Eric Bartz // July 11, 2018

Very few people are lucky enough to know what they want to do from a young age and even fewer are fortunate enough to see their dream through. You might have wanted to become an astronaut when you were 4 years old, but the chances that you’re currently orbiting earth in the International State Station […]


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12 Ridiculous Real Estate Pics That Might Prove The Human Species Is Doomed

Posted by Eric Bartz // June 6, 2018

More of our followers have submitted random photos of strange findings in homes across the world. Most were shot during actual home showings. We’ve displayed a few below to demonstrate that being a real estate agent can be quite the adventure. If you need proof that we humans are the strangest species that ever existed, […]


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This Family Turned Some Old Pallets Into a Fun Family Project… and Boosted Their Home’s Value in the Process

Posted by Eric Bartz // May 2, 2018

Ever dreamt of having gleaming hardwood floors in your home, but were snapped back into reality by the high cost? Would you like to be able to cut out contractors and save money on supplies, too? One Imgur member, known only by the screen name “pretendadult,” has a family that did just that. They pooled […]


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9 Ways Home Flipping Shows Mislead Viewers

Posted by Eric Bartz // April 25, 2018

We all know the premise of home-flipping shows: An investor buys a veritable dump and then, with the help of a team of ready-and-willing contractors and landscapers, transforms it into the best-looking home on the block. Next, that intrepid buyer turns around and sells it for a hefty profit. Sounds like a straightforward formula for […]


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11 Renovation Problems So Horrific Homeowners Will Wish They’d Moved

Posted by Eric Bartz // April 18, 2018

Sometimes the thought of renovating a home seems much easier than moving. But whether you’re undertaking a major restoration or a minor remodeling, what begins as a dream endeavor can quickly devolve into a nightmare. Surprises may be lurking behind the walls and beneath the floorboards. Often, they can create a snowball effect where suddenly […]


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7 Things That Can Go Wrong If You Hire The Wrong Real Estate Agent

Posted by Eric Bartz // April 4, 2018

Buying a home is the biggest investment you’ll likely ever make, and it has all sorts of implications for your personal and financial future. This is why it’s so important to work with the right agent. Too many people don’t realize just how much can go wrong if they make the wrong hire. There are […]


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3 Things Real Estate Apps Commonly Get Wrong

Posted by Eric Bartz // March 28, 2018

Listing sites like Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, and Craigslist have become the go-to source for many buyers and sellers (particularly people attempting to buy or sell a property on their own) to get information about the market, view properties, and connect with property owners. But while most people believe these listing sites are a reliable source […]


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Millennials Made Up Largest Share Of Homebuyers In 2017

Posted by Eric Bartz // March 7, 2018

Thanks to the timing of the 2008 financial crisis, millennials have a reputation as a generation that’s laden with financial struggle. And while it definitely took some time for this younger generation (millennials are considered anyone 36 years or younger) to recover, if you’re judging by the real estate data, it’s safe to say that […]


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