If you read this blog, you’ll know I have been looking to purchase an investment property for some time and routinely scan the local newspapers for real estate auction ads. The following ad in Sunday’s, June 8, 2008, San Francisco Chronicle Real Estate section caught my eye. Upon seeing this ad, I immediately went on […]
Just received confirmation the real estate market in Arizona is improving from a long time friend who sales real estate in the Tucson, AZ area. Just lately, agents in her area have also been receiving multiple offers on property listings plus her area has been upgraded from distressed. The government rates local real estate markets using […]
Just finished my weekly introduction to blogging session and was told about Twitter and friendfeed. These are a couple of the newer Social Media 2.0 sites which have attracted a great deal of attention and press. They sound like something worth looking into to, which I plan to do and will get back to you about them later.
The following graphs are for the time frame February 2007 thru April 2008 and show in the first graph number of homes for sale, sale pending and sold; in the second graph, sold vs list price percent plus average days on market; and in the third graph, average price per square foot. Though the data seems to […]
This is by far the most asked question of me being a Realtor. And the answer is…………..possibly. In support of this comes from the most encouraging comment I have heard lately. This was last Thursday from my instructor, Kevin Boer, in my blog improvement class. He provides this service to many around the country and from an agent in Phoenix, […]
Yountville is one of those true California enclaves that seems to be the place everyone wants to be. With the entire California real estate market fallen into something unpleasant, Yountville, due to its charm and maybe all the press, seems to be exempt for this down turn. Granted prices have slipped a bit from the […]
Carol Lloyd, a real estate columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, seems to have the best perspective on the current real estate market, “It all depends if you see the glass as half empty or as half full.” Other respected authorities like Ethan Harris at Lehman Brothers claimed during a recent interview with the Wall […]