The annual inflation rate in the United States is currently around 7.5%—the highest it has been since 1982. It doesn’t matter if you’re a cashier, lawyer, plumber, or retiree; if you spend U.S. dollars, inflation impacts you.
After considering a career in law or public policy, I received my real estate license in 2012. Finding purpose in my career began with working at a National plaintiff law firm in San Francisco. I wasn’t sure law school was the right path but I knew I wanted an engaging career that helped people. One… Read more »
While uncertain market conditions may give pause to some buyers and sellers, they can actually present an opportunity for those who are willing, able, and motivated to make a move.
Simply connecting a buyer and seller in a digital marketplace cannot address the many challenges and complexities of the real estate sales process.
A new real estate business model has emerged over the past several years that is creating confusion and fear among home buyers, sellers, and real estate professionals. Under what is known as an iBuyer or ‘Instant Buyer’ model, Start-up companies and established players in the real estate industry are purchasing houses directly from property owners.
Many new buyers are fearful of overpaying for real estate when purchasing a new property. Given that buying a new home will likely be one of the largest investments you make in your life, this is entirely understandable. However, the market conditions in which you are considering a purchase play a big role in determining… Read more »