Nov 25, 2022

 You’d be hard-pressed to find a homeowner who doesn’t love getting something for free. (It’s our favorite price!) If you’re longing for a d├ęcor refresh but are keeping a close eye on your budget these days, get creative and shop your home first. Save money, reduce waste, and use things you know you love? It’s a win-win-win.

Nov 23, 2022




Oct 21, 2022

NEW LISTING 116 Oaktree Dr, ROCKPORT, TX 78382


116 Oaktree Dr, ROCKPORT, TX 78382
A traditional 3-2-2 well-built brick home on a lovely quiet street in Rockport Country Club with huge yard! This RCC home is perfectly located with easy access in and out of the neighborhood. It's close to shopping and restaurants, and just minutes from Fulton Harbor, Rockport beach, and downtown. Get your golf cart ready!
Contact me for more information. 361-727-5478(LIST)


Oct 10, 2022

5 Questions To Ask When Hiring a Listing Agent


When selling your home, hire a real estate agent with proven results and a record of sales in your area. Also, check references.
Here are a few questions to ask:
1. Are you familiar with my local town and neighborhood?
2. Can you tell me what selling features my home offers?
3. May I request a few references?
4. Will you hire a professional photographer to photograph my home?
5. Are you going to promote my property online, including on social media?
When you interview an agent consider the information received before making a decision. Contact me if you would like to discuss listing your home. 361-727-5478(LIST)



Aug 31, 2022

Buyers: You May Face Less Competition as Bidding Wars Ease


One of the top stories in recent real estate headlines was the intensity and frequency of bidding wars. With so many buyers looking to purchase a home and so few of them available for sale, fiercely competitive bidding wars became the norm during the pandemic – and it drove home prices up. If you tried to buy a house over the past two years, you probably experienced this firsthand and may have been outbid on several homes along the way.

But here’s the news you’ve been waiting for: data shows clear signs bidding wars are easing this year.

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the average number of offers on recently sold homes has declined considerably over the past few months (see graph below):



The graph shows homes were seeing a high of around five offers earlier this year. But the latest data shows that average was down to just shy of three offers per recently sold home. This shift is happening largely because rising mortgage rates moderated buyer demand and slowed home sales, resulting in a growing supply of homes on the market. Essentially, more choices for buyers.

What This Means for You

If you put your home search on pause because you were outbid last year or because you didn’t want to deal with the peak intensity of bidding wars, you can breathe a welcome sigh of relief. While it’s still a sellers’ market, an uptick in inventory gives you a window of opportunity to jump back in. You may still be competing with some buyers, but it likely won’t be anything like it was just a few short months ago.

Bottom Line

If you put your plans on pause because of intense bidding wars in recent years, it may be time to kick off your home search. Today, bidding wars are easing and that may mean less competition for you as a buyer. If you’re serious about buying a home or making a move, let’s connect to get started today.

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