Best Real Estate Season in Years! Highlands and Cashiers have seen great sales in real estate for 2017! In fact, it appears to be the strongest since the market fell off in 2006 & 2007. What many people don’t realize is that its lowest was 2012 (Case-Shiller Home Price Index). But before you get too… Continue reading Highlands Cashiers Real Estate Holds Promise for 2017
Cashiers Real Estate Showing Good Growth The real estate market in Highlands and Cashiers has been down for some time. Although there has been no phenomenal growth, there has been a steady growth, which economists seem to agree is the best growth market.
Single Family Home Sales Statistics Land Sales Statistics Overall Market View No Extraordinary Sales Expected While the Highlands/Cashiers area real estate market is coming back into its busy season, statistics show the market as status-quo. In layering the sales data from 2014 until March of 2016, we see no major changes in the market.… Continue reading Real Estate Market Holding Steady
SALESMAN OR AGENT, IS THERE A DIFFERENCE? We’ve seen the ads. In walks the man with the smirkish grin wearing penny loafers with no socks, shirt unbuttoned a third of the way down with a wooly mammoth chest, wearing a flashy gold chain around his neck and other gaudy accessories (large expensive watch, big rings,… Continue reading Salesman or Agent, Is There A Difference
Whether you are selling your home or wanting to buy a home, find a good real estate agent. So, How Do You Find A Good Real Estate Agent? 1. Listen – While a good real estate agent should be listening to you, you should also listen to your agent. Do they want to tell you… Continue reading 8 Tips to Find a Good Real Estate Agent
Asbestos – The Forbidden Word Asbestos has been around since the beginning of time. While it had been previously used in many products, it was found that some of these would release asbestos particles into the air. This created health hazards such as cancer to lung tissues and mesothelioma. As a result, fear is invoked… Continue reading Buying a Home With Asbestos Siding
Why “Kick the Tires”? In the early days, one would “kick the tires” because older tires may have had imperfections and were manufactured in many different ways. “Kicking the tires” could reveal a defect, alerting the potential buyer of flaws. Today, “kicking the tires” is not enough to make an informed decision. The same is… Continue reading “Kick the Tires” – Why Do I Need a Real Estate Agent?