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Zillow or Trulia can “zestimate” a price. A real estate agent personally researches a price and much more.

March 19, 2015

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  Many buyers and sellers do research online before contacting a real estate agent, just as many people use Web MD to try and figure out what ailment they have. That is perfectly fine – pretty great actually. But while you can get information online, that’s about it.  You’ll still need a medical professional. And in […]

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2015 expected to be a strong year for real estate: Buy, Sell.

March 10, 2015

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  Chief economists at realtor.com are expecting a very good year for real estate in 2015 and say the reasons why that will happen boils down to three things: 1. Home sales will increase 2. Prices will increase 3. Mortgage interest rates will increase   “The year of the Millennial” First time homebuyers are typically […]

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The dangers of over pricing

March 3, 2015

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New listings, especially in a tight real estate market, get a lot of attention when they first become available. Showings start happening immediately, buyers are excited. This is the time to make a good first impression with a right price and a quick sale. If your property is overpriced, other listings look like a better […]

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The spring market is now.

March 2, 2015

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Don’t wait until the snow melts to put your home on the market. Buyers are out looking now, wanting to close on their home in early spring, since the whole process takes a weeks and weeks to complete. The spring market is now. We are also experiencing a shortage of inventory of homes for sale in […]

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What are all those letters after some REALTOR names and what do they mean?

February 5, 2015

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We call them “designations” and they are the result of specialized training.  First Weber agents do not need to take any of this training to be a REALTOR – it is above and beyond the required education and training.  So finding an agent with lots of letters behind their name is generally a good thing. […]

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