Data You Need to Know, Data You Should Ignore

More data is not better data. I advise my clients to look for indications of negotiation points, like comparable sales, the seller buying another property, and neighborhood issues that are chasing the seller from their property (this is common if a building project is nearby or the taxes just went up… that kind of thing.)

We work together. Why it matters

Our clients benefit from the experience of our entire staff. We work together, helping one another find good options for your house-hunting decisions. If something comes up that your agent has never seen before, someone else in the office probably has. Few real estate offices offer a collaborative model; we are in a dog-eat-dog industry,

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Best of the Happy Homeowner’s Blog, 2014

I run another blog for my clients who own houses. I call them “Happy Homeowners” and most of them live up to the title. Here are some of my favorites from 2014: Data sites for watching the current market Emergency! Ice dams. Insulated curtains for energy conservation in the summer, too. Which renovations pay back