The June report on housing starts and building permits released by the Commerce Department on Thursday was the perfect illustration of today’s real estate market: disappointing and even grim at first blush – but with several signs of real hope in the details.
Housing starts fell 9.3 percent last month to an annual rate of 893,000, according to … [Read More...]
When you're getting ready to sell your home, you don't want to make any mistakes that can decrease the value of your home. However, sometimes sellers unintentionally do.
That's because what a buyer sees as a mistake is not always the same as what a seller considers a mistake. But when you're selling your home, you're hoping for a meeting of the … [Read More...]
Have you ever had a conversation with a client, spouse or friend that left you saying, “You just don’t understand”?
Men and women are definitely wired differently in terms of how they communicate. Understanding these differences can improve both your business and personal communication.
Last month at the Awesome Females in Real … [Read More...]
It was her 80th birthday and as Sue's family gathered around in celebration, she announced a major decision. After years of toying with the idea, she had come to the conclusion that now - yes, now - was the proper time for her to move into a continuing care retirement community (CCRC).
Although they were a bit surprised, Sue's two adult children … [Read More...]