Tag Archives: Tim Freund

“Should I Buy a Home in This Market?”

Hello everyone! Thanks for tuning in to another episode of my podcast!  This time, I am here to offer my advice to you if you’re looking to buy a home in this RED HOT market.  Buying a home in this … Continue reading

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Market Update – February 19th, 2021

It’s a crazy real estate market.  There, I said it.  How can you tell you ask?  Allow me to elaborate.  The first thing is that in many of the markets I work, there are fewer than 2 weeks inventory.  This … Continue reading

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First Time Homebuyers Episode 8: Contingencies

Welcome to yet another episode of our First Time Homebuyers podcast series!  In this episode, we talk about contingencies!  Learn what contingencies are and what they mean when they come up during your real estate transactions. So, take a seat … Continue reading

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California: What is to Become of Her?

The following are excerpts from a recent conversation with Lady California. Tim Freund: “So Lady California, you’re looking a less than your usual sunny self.  What can you tell my readers about your current health?” Lady California: To quote one … Continue reading

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The American Home 2021: Trend Towards Home Improvement Continues

Everyone agrees that amongst some of the biggest surprises brought on by the Covid-19 Pandemic, is the trend towards home improvement.  The obvious need for a home school, home office or two in many cases and the need for at … Continue reading

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A Letter to Santa

I know it’s been a long time since I wrote you, like maybe 45 years ago?  You’d know better than I… I’m writing you now because I have a few requests that I’m hoping you can deliver this Christmas.  Oh … Continue reading

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First Time Homebuyers Episode 6: Repairs

Greetings, and welcome to another new episode of our podcast series for First Time Homebuyers.  This is a multi-part series geared towards buying your most crucial and important investment in your life for the first time, and hopefully it can … Continue reading

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First Time Homebuyers Episode 3: What To Look For

Hello, and welcome to yet another episode of the podcast in our new series, “First Time Homebuyers.” This is a multi-part series in which we take a deep dive into buying your most crucial and important investment in your life … Continue reading

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Interpreting What The Early 2019 Housing Data Means

The housing data that came out of the National Association of Realtors yesterday morning was not good. Sales were down 6.4% from last year, similar to the sales pace to 2000 which if you recall was in a mini recession … Continue reading

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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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