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A Disturbing Trend And The After Effects Of The Great Recession

Like many of my friends and clients, the Great Recession took its toll on me and my financial wellbeing.  Keeping a small business afloat while sending kids to college and paying for all the many personal highlights a family experiences … Continue reading

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Handling Multiple Offers

What happens when you are selling a house and you find yourself in multiple offers?  This is becoming more and more of a thing these days as the real estate market improves while the supply of available inventory remains constricted. … Continue reading

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Getting The Highest Price Starts With Cleaning

You’ve made the decision it’s time to sell your home.  You’ve hired a Realtor to advance this cause and now you have to prepare your home for sale (Contact Tim Here).  There are several things you can do to get … Continue reading

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Real Estate And Our Responsibility To Our Veterans

Last week I had a situation that got me really thinking about our returning Vets and what we as property owners and Realtors have to do.  I’ve got this lease listing in Thousand Oaks (search for listings here) which means I’m … Continue reading

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Pitfalls And The Process of Buying And Selling Real Estate

It’s a delicate balance, a real estate transaction.  There are a lot of things that can and do go right but a lot that can and do go wrong.  Just this past Friday the escrow company a seller picked out … Continue reading

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RAW: My Approach To A Changing Market

RAW: Recognition Acceptance Willingness. I met with a couple the other night who are considering putting their home up for sale.  As I prepared for the meeting, I began in my usual way, by assembling the comparable sales data. This … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Seeing The Inventory And Why It Matters

One of the best aspects of being a real estate broker, is that I get to go into a lot of homes.  Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, depending on the specific area, as an agent, I’m afforded the opportunity to … Continue reading

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