Searching for a home is only one part of the process when you're ready to move. After you find the right home, you have to make an offer the seller will accept. This may put you up against other home buyers, which can make the process stressful. Here are a few tips to help you … Continue reading How Write An Offer That Sellers Will Love
(Absorption Rate is a good indicator of what is going on – it shows the number of months it takes to for a home to sell). Avondale Absorption rate dropped to about 5 from November to December. That means average house was on the market 90 days. A average list price dropped slightly to around $180,000 … Continue reading Intown Market Update for December
San Marco The absorption rate is down 10% and which has helped keep values steady. The median sale price to date this year is $229,000. Avondale Generally this market holds up pretty well. The absorption rate is down 17% this year over last which has pushed values up 7%. The average sales price is currently … Continue reading Market Update for Intown Jacksonville
"Should I buy a house or just rent?" That's a question that has been around for a long time and will likely remain a hot topic for many years yet to come. The reason there will never be one right answer is because the housing market is constantly changing and evolving just as we do. … Continue reading Rent vs. Buy — What’s Best for You
One of the most popular home upgrades buyers and homeowners look for is wood flooring. As beautiful as they are, if not maintained they can be a very large expense. Having to either take the extra time to refinish wood floors personally or to spend significantly more money (sometimes several thousand dollars) to hire a … Continue reading How To: Keep Your Wood Floors Beautiful
It’s officially summertime and the temperatures are not the only thing on the rise. The week of June 24 saw the biggest increase in mortgage rates in 26 years. “In the short run, [the week of June 24] half a percentage point increase could push some home shoppers out of the market while spurring others … Continue reading Summer Temperatures and Mortgage Rates on the Rise
Jacksonville is the largest city by area in the contiguous United States. This means Jacksonville is also grounds for a lot of real estate and empty homes. Between the many foreclosures and short sales, there has been a continuous growth in copper theft, especially from a.c. units. While this may be prominent in unoccupied homes, … Continue reading Don’t Let Yourself be a Victim of Copper Theft.
The market in Jacksonville is very competitive right now so you may think its best to keep sitting on the fence and see if buyer interest cools and prices fall again. BAD CHOICE!! Here are 5 reasons you need to get off the fence now.Prices are going UP: Since last Spring prices in Jacksonville's intown … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Buy NOW