In the last 6 months (February through July) there were 470 homes sold in League City. 75 of those homes sold for cash (16%). That means that cash buyers accounted for 16% of the total League City sales for this time-frame. While it’s not a dominant niche within the market, it’s certainly large enough to be significant. And contrary to what I thought,
In this ever-increasing fast-paced world we have an insatiable desire for speed. Blazing speed: internet, driving, conversations, no more than 7 seconds of a video, a 250 character tweet, text abbreviations, etc. It’s all based around being brief instead of being clear. This directly affects every aspect of real estate
There are 3 main topics of discussion that I have when I meet with homeowners: 1) What’s my home worth? 2) How should I prepare my home for the market? 3) How much will I walk away with check-in-hand at the closing table?
Having a general inspection done on a home will run you anywhere from $350 to $450 and up, depending on the inspector and size of the house. If you have a home that’s a little older and you aren’t sure what may or may not be wrong with some major items, you should
Clutter hides your home’s true potential. It’s distracting and buyers have a difficult time visualizing themselves living there. They make decisions fast and they won’t
What’s that smell? I doubt you would want a buyer saying that when they walked through your home. Am I right? I don’t think homeowners intentionally want their home to smell bad. I just don’t think they realize
The City of League City has big plans underway! Have you heard about the downtown revitalization project? I went to a meeting recently to learn more about it and I talked to some city representatives that are involved with the project. Basically, they decided that