Real Estate Contracts: When is it too late to bail?

In a picture perfect world, buying and selling a home would be easy as pie. You’d drive by a beautiful home and say “that’s the one” and POOF it’s yours. Everyone’s happy.   In reality, things aren’t that easy. Contracts are drawn up, plans are made but sometimes the deal doesn’t go through. But when … Read more

Listing Lookout: 1960 72nd Ave NE

Have you ever wanted to start your day by walking out your back door and seeing the sunshine glisten off the open water? Well, now is your chance. 1960 72nd Ave NE is a beautiful home sitting on a gorgeous piece of waterfront property.The screened in porch leads you to the serene pool and private … Read more

All In The Family: Multigenerational Living

“Empty nesting” may be a thing of the past. The real estate game in the U.S. is changing, with less available housing at higher prices. This leads an increase in multigenerational family homes and it may be more popular than you think! According to realtor.com about 19% of all Americans in 2014 lived in mutligenerational … Read more

Going Once, Going Twice, SOLD

Getting an offer on your home can be the best feeling in the world. Finally, you can move out and get settled in your new home. But what happens when you’ve pretty much accepted an offer and a better one comes along? Unfortunately, you can’t just drop one buyer for the better one, unless you … Read more