The best technique for pricing a home when listing it for sale is setting the asking price just below a round number, according to recent research published by the Journal of Housing Research – an official publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). “These findings will help real estate brokers and sellers of homes … Continue reading Study Reveals Best Technique for Pricing a Home
Take a look at some of the most obnoxious spite homes below. Fences wouldn't make a difference in the dispute, except they would be a cheaper alternative! The Froling Spite House Located on a spit of land in Alameda, Calif., a city between Oakland and San Francisco, this 10-feet deep home was erected around the … Continue reading 5 Homes Built Out of Spite
Plan Your Estate while You’re Young Watching financial advisors put their house in order can teach you about building your own plan. You’re never too young, and here’s why. Everyone should make plans so that their wishes are known. First time home buyers are usually just starting out accumulating wealth, and this is the largest … Continue reading Start Planning Your Estate While You’re Young!
8601 Nutmeg Court, Potomac, MD 20854 Offered for $3,895,000 NEW CONSTRUCTION IN POTOMAC FALLS! Click Here for the Virtual Tour Handsomely built by Halco Homes in a classic American style, this luxury estate residence is nestled on a quiet cul de sac in Potomac Falls with direct access to the C&O Canal National Park at … Continue reading Casually Elegant Living!
People always talk about the “spring buying season” when they talk real estate. However, this year it appears as though the summer real estate market will be just as hot. The most recent Foot Traffic Report released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed that there are more buyers out looking at homes right … Continue reading Area Home Sales Will Remain “Hot” This Summer
Encouraged by strong price increases and hot sales this spring, increasing numbers of owners are listing their homes for sale. But chances are good that millions of owners are making wrong assumptions about the value of their homes, according to two new studies. Wrong valuation assumptions can lead to bad decisions about whether to sell, … Continue reading New Studies Illustrate How Consumers Misjudge Home Values
This has been one of the most read articles in The Washington Post real estate section over the past few days along with a high number of shares on social media so this is clearly a hot topic for our area. What are your predictions for 2015? Will it be better or worse than 2014? … Continue reading MRIS CEO David Charron Shares Predictions For 2015