To discuss: the question that we get a lot in North Texas, about living in a state where the summers are famously hot. (And, yes, we have the answer, too.)
Whether you’re selling or buying, every real estate transaction involves legal and financial documents, inspections, appraisals, negotiations and more. If you’re on the fence about whether or not you need an agent, there are key reasons why working with a pro is always a good idea.
"Even when our agents aren’t working on a listing, a marketing plan, an open house, an offer or a closing — they are working." —Robbie Briggs
With chalkboard paint, it has become possible to make almost any surface a blank canvas for creativity. The back of a door? The wall behind your bed? Chalk this story up to 'the possibilities are endless.' Read on.
To discuss: You are who you surround yourself with. Luxury real estate is a durable investment for the future; collect it the way you would collect art. Don’t do what a competitor is doing; you could ruin your industry. (All this and more, from one visit to Las Vegas? Read on.)
It is rare to witness all the dynamics that have been impacting our housing markets virtually all at once. What does this mean for you? Read on.