Full service real estate pros know how to compete with information overload and are comfortable stepping in to supply information where the Internet leaves off. Buyers and sellers need a trusted guide to transform overwhelming information into valuable knowledge. Real estate pros who know the difference between data, information and knowledge will be a step ahead.
Real estate information overload on the Internet also presents issues for agents. Data is unstructured, individual bits of information, such as MLS data some agents give their customers. Continue reading
One of the most complex and significant financial events in peoples’ lives is the purchase or sale of a home, which is why it is crucial to call upon the expertise of a Real Estate professional. According the National Association of REALTORS®, 84% of homes are sold with the help of a real estate agent and there is a reason why. Continue reading
In recent years, the cost of buying a home in most markets has increased while the cost of renting remains flat. But it’s never a good idea to base long-term investment decisions on short-term conditions. If you decide to rent instead of purchasing a home, you may be in a bad spot if the cost of rentals in your area shoots up.
Typically, a weak housing market corresponds with a strong rental market. If the rental market is strong in your area, it may indicate weakness in the local housing market, which typically favors buyers over sellers. Continue reading