Strength in Numbers While the number of home sales in Highlands/Cashiers area have not climbed, buyers have shown a favorable increase in the purchase of higher priced homes. This would seem to indicate a stronger second home market is on the rise.
Highlands/Cashiers Real Estate Market Holding Promise Real Estate can be fickle. Many new brokers may not last because they simply don’t understand markets and that not all markets are the same. While some markets have been doing well for some time, Highlands/Cashiers area has had its struggles. Current trends are on the upside and may… Continue reading “Up, Up and Away…” Highlands, Cashiers Real Estate
Is Par Good or Bad? While the real estate market on the Highlands/Cashiers Plateau did show some remarkable gains in June, July has put the market near par. While this is certainly not bad news, it’s not the best news for Sellers.
Cashiers Real Estate Holding Steady Sometimes, steady can be a good thing. While real estate in the Highlands and Cashiers area has shown slow growth, that may be the best growth.
“Most Homes Sold in Over 3 Years” So says one real estate agent. Is this indicative of the market returning to Highlands and Cashiers area?
Single Family Home Sales Statistics Land Sales Statistics Overall Market View Leverage Your Selling Power While it may not be anything to “write home about,” it is reassuring that the market in the Highlands/Cashiers area is holding steady. Unit sales for April 2016 show normal sales for the last few years. Although April 2016… Continue reading Highlands/Cashiers Realty Holds 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
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?
Why hire an appraiser? If you are trying to sell your home yourself, one thing you want to do is make sure you have a fair price for your home. How is that determined? Contrary to popular belief, the tax assessed value of your home may not be anywhere near the current real estate market… Continue reading Should I Hire An Appraiser?