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    Insurance Claims and Fire Damage

    By Adminsitrator | July 2, 2021

    Here’s what you should do to prepare for the possibility of fire damage. Read More

    We Hope to See You at Our Grand Opening Celebration

    By Adminsitrator | June 22, 2021

    You are cordially invited to the grand opening of EXIT Realty Capital City’s new office grand opening. Join us on June 25 at our brand-new office (7009 Hickman Rd. in Urbandale) from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  We’ll be serving drinks, light hors d’oeuvres, and plenty of good times. Feel free to come and go... Read More

    Are More Listings Coming to Des Moines?

    By Adminsitrator | June 11, 2021

    Here’s a quick look at what to expect from this summer’s market. Read More

    How Has New Construction Impacted Home Prices?

    By Adminsitrator | May 12, 2021

    A lag in new construction has led to rising home prices. What kind of impact have new construction and demographic trends had on our real estate market?  Keeping Current Matters recently published a report detailing how many homes have been built per decade from the 1930s up to 2020. In 1930, they found that roughly... Read More

    How High Are New Construction Prices Rising?

    By Adminsitrator | April 20, 2021

    Here’s a quick outlook on new construction prices in 2021. New construction prices are rising but by how much? Earlier this year my team and I attended a continuing education course on this very topic, and we learned that from 2017 to 2019, the average lumber package for a single house cost between $21,000 and... Read More

    Your April Real Estate Market Update for Des Moines

    By Adminsitrator | April 6, 2021

    Here’s how a pre-approval letter can make things easier for today’s buyers. I’m joined today by Jean Diaz from Movement Mortgage, and together we’ll be going over the latest changes we’ve seen in the Des Moines real estate market. First of all, there are still a lot more buyers than sellers in the market, making... Read More

    A Few Maintenance Tips for Your Home This Spring

    By Adminsitrator | April 2, 2021

    Here are a few things you should check off of your spring maintenance checklist. Spring is right around the corner, so today I have some advice to get your home ready for the better weather ahead. As snow melts, you’ll see debris, salt, and sand left behind. One thing I recommend is getting your lawn... Read More

    Escalation Clauses Give Buyers an Edge

    By Adminsitrator | March 19, 2021

    Here’s how an escalation clause can help buyers compete in our market. The spring market started in January of this year, and the market is hot. Inventory is low, and buyers have been out searching for any new homes to come on the market. When we do list a property, they typically receive multiple offers... Read More

    Indoor Home Maintenance Tips for Winter

    By Adminsitrator | February 19, 2021

    Here’s a quick, indoor home maintenance checklist for winter. It’s remarkably cold outside, which makes it hard to do some of that exterior home work you might need to get done. While you wait for temps to warm up, there are plenty of things you can do inside your home to make sure it’s ready... Read More

    The Proposed New Tax Credit

    By Adminsitrator | February 9, 2021

    Here’s the info about the proposed new tax credit from the government. The new administration in the White House has a plan to help rejuvenate the economy that includes the potential for a $15,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit. For this to apply to you, it means you can’t have owned real estate in the last... Read More


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