The homeowner who decides to sell their house enters a competition regardless of whether they list For Sale By Owner (FSBO) or with an agent.
In a track meet, an initial false start by one restarts and renews the race for all, but not so in real estate. Placing a For Sale sign in the yard officially enters them in the race but a false start divides the field into those that truly participant (receive offers and close) from those that become spectators (watch the market activity and are left to wonder).
Continue reading “False Start”
Our WHY is found in our business model, vision, mission, goal and result statements, and it is a simple ‘Y’ that changes the perspective from OUR interest to YOUR best interest. Continue reading “What can WHY and ‘Y’ mean to you?”
Probably not surprising is that the Walton High School seasonal trend has remained fairly consistent with the number of Active Listings hitting lows in the January/February time frame and rising to their highest levels in June/July. (Note the difference in the summer period is about 2x the winter inventory.) Continue reading “The Walton High School Seasonal Trend”
How to choose the right agent to sell your home? It’s not easy if you take the decision seriously. When can contacting just one agent be considered a best effort?
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) endeavors to provide insight into this topic via their annual surveys which report fairly consistent answers to: “How did you find your agent? How many agents were contacted before selecting one? What was the most important factor in choosing an agent?” Continue reading “Who To Choose?”
If you have played golf, even if just a little, you have experienced the challenge of getting the ball in the hole. What does putting have to do with pricing? Read on to avoid coming up short; i.e., not selling or selling after months on the market and/or leaving money on the closing table. Continue reading “Putting & Pricing”
We’ve updated the Miller Group Realty micro market stats to reflect the entire 2017 for Walton High School listings in East Cobb, Mount Bethel, Sope Creek and Timber Ridge Elementary Schools. Continue reading “2017 Full Year Lookback”
We just finished a review of this price range ($1.0m – $2.0m) in the area of our specialty – Walton High School listings in just four elementary schools: East Side, Mount Bethel, Sope Creek and Timber Ridge.
The research was triggered by current popular opinions from people on the street as well as agents that the luxury market had softened and sellers should be prepared to show the house for months.
Our findings seem to point to overpricing rather than a shortage of buyers and/or too much inventory. Continue reading “2017 First Million Market”