What to Avoid as a First-Time Homebuyer

By Emerick Peace Operating Partner and owner of Keller Williams Preferred Properties (KWPP)   First-time home buyers experience various challenges during the process. When getting a mortgage, one should consider the following; Rushing the search process Buying a home for the first time is a complex process and requires a lot of preparation time. Speeding […]

Should I Waive Home Inspections?

By Serina Lowden Broker Associate and owner of All City Homes The Sacramento Housing market overview. In recent years, Sacramento has greatly grown due to the high cost of living in neighboring cities making most residents flee to the city because housing was quite affordable, but this is continuously changing. House value is increasing significantly […]

Real estate listings double in Phoenix area – Arizona’s Family

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – There are more for sale signs popping up all across the Valley. Currently, there are more than 20,000 real estate listings in the Phoenix area. Last quarter, there were fewer than 10,000 listings, according to the Cromford Report. “The dramatic increase in inventory that we’ve seen means more opportunity for buyers […]

Real Estate PPC: Tips For Optimizing Google Ads Campaigns – Search Engine Journal

If you haven’t noticed, organic SEO listings have taken a back seat on the first page of Google. While Google is constantly testing the SERP layout and personalizing results based on the individual user, if your real estate business isn’t showing up, it can affect your volume of leads. Even though we’re emphasizing Google search, […]

The WFH boom eroded NYC’s office real estate values – Axios

The shift to remote work destroyed about $58 billion, or 33%, in the value of office real estate in New York City through 2021, according to a working paper. The big picture: The provocatively titled “Work From Home and the Office Real Estate Apocalypse,” published earlier this summer, underscores how the work-from-home boom was largely […]