Selling homes with good chi, are really no different than working with people with good energy. They both make you feel good. Summer is already here! Is it me or is 2021 going by super quickly? I think the year has partly gone by so fast because like my clients, I have worked at lightning speed for most of the year to keep up. I am extremely fortunate in that all of my buyers have gotten the first home they really wanted. Nobody felt like they were settling. All of my appraisals and HOA documents came in on time with nobody paying crazy rush fees to get them. It has not been easy, but we all have much to be grateful for and thankful for. I have always been gifted with clients radiating great energy. How often do we think about homes that have positive vibes too? Continue reading →
Want to Sell your Home? The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University asked if I would write a blog article a couple of weeks ago directed to agents. The market has changed a lot in a very short time. As busy as I am, it has taken even me a minute to adjust, so it is hard to wrap my head around how hard it must be for new agents or even those less active than I. The article I wrote was about having a ‘show me the money’ meeting with buyers. Getting pre-approved for a loan doesn’t necessarily mean you have enough money to buy a home in Austin. It just means you qualify for a loan. Continue reading →
Selling a home in Austin can be a strange experience as a homeowner right now. Austin is weird. Why should selling a home be any different? There are tons of mixed messages out there in terms of what to expect when selling a home in Austin. Yes, Austin is a hot real estate market. It’s been a hot market for years, that is not new news. What’s changed is the proportion of different buyers that make up the market.
Selling a Home in Austin
Austin has always had an influx of new residents. In recent years, the amount of inbound out-of-state new buyers has increased at an exponential speed creating a new narrative when talking about Austin’s affordability. Continue reading →
Located in the Windy Park subdivision of Round Rock, this sun-filled single-story home for sale at 1520 Parkfield Circle in Round Rock, Texas features 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and a one-car attached garage. Don’t let its small size full you! At only 948 square feet (per tax records) this home packs plenty of punch with its updates and improvements. No HOA.
The holidays bring out a plethora of emotions and this year real estate is doing that as well. There just aren’t enough homes out there for everyone who wants to move. The Austin Board of Realtors® does a great job creating the infographics I post every month. The data certainly tells the story, but the graphics really paint the picture. It is hard to express how hot the market is to people until I can actually show them. Some buyers think only the particular market they are looking in is hot. We are in a collective buyers’ blizzard right now. It is hot all over the Central Texas real estate market right now with no signs of cooling off. Continue reading →
AUSTIN, Texas— Moving to Austin? As the summer real estate market season comes to a close, the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) latest Central Texas Housing Market Report indicates the Austin-area housing market continues to exhibit strength, despite economic setbacks amid the ongoing pandemic. The Austin-Round Rock MSA posted robust gains this August, as home sales experienced a double-digit increase of 12.9% year over year to 4,019 sales. Continue reading →
I went on a couple of listing consultations last week. My listing consultation includes a home tour so that I have an idea of the updates, upgrades, and other bells and whistles the home might have. While the list I create may help market the property; the list I leave the owner will actually help sell it. Remember, you never get a second chance to make a first impression, and that first person who views it might be the buyer. Continue reading →