Real Estate Blog

Ready to Sell? Homebuyer Traffic is on the Rise

Buyer activity is continuing to rise. Let's connect to discuss why selling your house now could get you the price and terms you've been waiting for.

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The Cost of a Home Is Far More Important than the Price

Even though home values have appreciated, it’s a great time to buy a home because mortgage rates are at historic lows.

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The Surging Real Estate Market Continues to Climb

Though there is some evidence that the overall economic recovery may be slowing, the housing market is still gaining momentum. Zillow's latest report ...

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Christopher's Probate Testimonial

Probate client, Christopher, had multiple issues with his family home. Russell Arkin was able to come in and provide outstanding service to help get ...

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How Low Inventory May Impact the Housing Market this Fall

Real estate continues to be called the ‘bright spot’ in the current economy, but there’s one thing that may hold the housing market back from achieving ...

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September Real Estate Insights

Russell Arkin gives his thoughts on the real estate market for the month of September. If you are thinking of selling, you need to watch this video!

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Virtual School is Changing Homebuyer Needs

With remote learning sweeping the nation this academic year, organized spaces with enough room for kids to learn effectively are high on buyers wish ...

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Homebuyer Traffic is on the Rise

ShowingTime, a leading showing software and market stat service provider for the residential real estate industry, just reported on their latest the ...

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Why You Need Expert Guidance in a Bidding War

Bidding wars are heating up in today's market. Let's connect to make sure you have the guidance you need to land the home of your dreams in this competitive ...

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The Latest Unemployment Rate Fell to 8.4%

Last Friday, the Bureau for Labor Statistics released their Employment Report for August 2020. The big surprise was that the unemployment rate fell ...

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