Even if you are living under a rock you can’t help hearing about the real estate market and how crazy it is.
Perhaps if you are a seller, though, it has taken a little bit longer to realize that it no longer is a seller’s market where you get to call the shots. Continue Reading
Q: I’ve had my house listed for six months and it has only been shown twice. I have a beautiful home and I just don’t understand why no one is interested. Do you have any thoughts of why there is no activity?
A: There are a lot of factors that could play into this, and without knowing everything about your personal situation I cannot give a specific answer. In my opinion, though, a lack of activity on a listing is usually a result of one (or both) of two things: price and/or exposure (marketing).
“After all that excitement of listing the house, the agent put the sign in the ground and I basically never heard from them again.” This is something I hear all the time from frustrated sellers. Real estate agents jump through… Continue Reading
Q: We are buying a house and opened escrow last week. The home inspector did the inspection today and found that there are termites. We’re not sure we want to go through with the sale, but will we lose our… Continue Reading
Q: Is this a good time to downsize, and could you explain the impact of Proposition 60 on retirees contemplating downsizing? A: In my opinion, now is a great time to buy. Interest rates are still historically low and there… Continue Reading