What is My Home Worth? By, Dan Hunt

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Home values! Lots of opinions on this subject. Homeowners that keep a close eye on their neighborhood have an opinion, the tax assessor has an opinion, Zillow has an opinion, talk to 3 different Real Estate professionals and I’ll bet you will get 3 more opinions! In all this confusion of opinions, the question comes up “who sets the values …

The Value of Having Your Real Estate Professional Perform an In-depth Analysis of Your Real Estate, By Rick Jusenius

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Wait a minute. That’s what a Zestimate from Zillow is for. Better yet I’ll just take my appraised value from the County Assessor and add 20 percent. Both of the above solutions will not provide a very accurate result. For most of us our home is one of our most valued assets and you shouldn’t roll the dice in determining …

Home Value Reports By Jason Clifford

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    Lots of real estate agents and real estate tech companies offer home owners market valuation reports, also called market analysis or comparative market analysis.  The reports can be confusing to non-real estate professions so here are some things you should know for how to make sense of property valuation reports. The basic idea is to find comparable properties …

If a Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words Today’s Real Estate Listings Have a Couple Million Words to Tell You ! By, Jim Clifford

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The “Good” Ole Days in Real Estate When I started in real estate we used either Polaroid photos or took our 35 millimeter film to Walmart or local one day photo development store and paid about a $1 per photo to get developed. You took one or two photos of each room because it was too expensive to take more. …

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Staying on Top of being 55+

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Baby Boomers are in charge. For people who are aging, making the decision of where to live is makes most very anxious. There are both physically and financially aspects to that decision. If you listen to radio, watch TV or read online news, it seems that a major advertising trend is companies wanting to help managing your money or your …

Older and Alone by Jim Clifford

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Older and Alone That is probably what most baby boomers fear the most. What happens if we get older and there is no family close to you? Read this article in the New York Times online subscription about a woman 71 years old divorced and childless. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/23/business/elder-orphans-care.html  this is an example of having to make difficult decisions and life changing …

Must Have Spring Cleaning Tips By Dan Hunt

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  What Have You Been Hiding Lately? Daylight savings began on March 11th, the trees have buds on them and spring has almost sprung!   Thoughts of warmer weather are flowing but the house/apartment is a mess from the long cold winter. Spring cleaning time! Like it or not this is a good time to look back at what has been …

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Existing Home Sales Continue to Decline

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Why the Decline? A large part of the reason home prices are going up is because the number of homes for sale continues to decline. This is the major reason the number of existing homes sold in January 2018 is 3.2% less than the number sold in 2017 according to BloomberMarkets. See story here: https://www.bloomberg.com/ . Inventory of existing home sales …