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    NAR Lawsuit—What You Need to Know

    By Timothy Schutte | June 14, 2024

    What’s going on with the National Association of Realtors settlement? The buzz around the NAR lawsuit has been significant, and understandably so. Everyone in real estate is curious about what this means and the changes it will bring. One of the key points to understand is that the transition will be quite fluid initially, as... Read More

    Stay Safe This Rainy Season: 4 Home Maintenance Tips

    By Timothy Schutte | May 29, 2024

    With spring rains transitioning into summer storms, it’s important to make sure your home is protected from water damage. Whether you’re experiencing a flash flood reminiscent of 2018 or 1983, when rainfall seemed endless, maintaining a dry and safe home is of the utmost importance. Here are four essential tips to protect our home during... Read More

    Which Remodels Offer the Best Return When Selling a Home?

    By Timothy Schutte | May 13, 2024

    Transform your home with these simple upgrades for maximum ROI. Read More

    How the NAR Settlement Will Impact The Housing Market

    By Timothy Schutte | April 18, 2024

    Are you worried about how the National Association of Realtors (NAR) settlement will affect you? Change is always scary, and not knowing what is going to happen makes it feel even more intimidating. But knowing that our clients and the general public have always been our top priority should put your mind at ease. Today,... Read More

    Are Home Prices Finally Coming Down?

    By Timothy Schutte | March 26, 2024

    Here’s what you need to know about the future of home prices. Read More

    Home Valuation: What You Need to Know

    By Timothy Schutte | February 29, 2024

    Three useful strategies to help you determine your home’s value. Read More

    Springing into Action: Why the Early Bird Wins in the 2024 Real Estate Market

    By Timothy Schutte | February 16, 2024

    In this market landscape, staying informed is crucial, so today, we’re delving into key insights shared by Keeping Current Matters. According to their predictions, this year is poised for significant developments. Let’s break down the key points shaping the real estate landscape in 2024. 1. Market appreciation. Keeping Current Matters foresees an approximate 5% appreciation... Read More

    Why Delaying Your Home Purchase Might Cost You

    By Timothy Schutte | January 29, 2024

    Today, we’ll go over why waiting to buy might not be the best strategy, especially with recent interest rate changes. Here are three key reasons why taking the plunge into homeownership sooner rather than later could be a smart move. 1. Appreciating home values. One compelling reason to buy now is the historical trend of... Read More

    Episod 7 – Building your new home

    By Jerry Drymon | December 24, 2023

    Episode 7 – Building your new home Have you thought about building a home. It is a fun yet challenging process. These posts are designed to help you think about some things that you need to be aware of when it comes to building your new home. In Episode 7, I discuss cabinets, counters, interior... Read More

    Episode 6 of Building your new home

    By Jerry Drymon | December 24, 2023

    Building a New Home – Episode 6 Have you thought about building a home. It is a fun yet challenging process. These posts are designed to help you think about some things that you need to be aware of when it comes to building your new home. In Episode 6, I discuss rough in, insulation,... Read More

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