It’s national Open House Weekend, and this Saturday, March 24th, 2018, we are featuring five of our best listings to showcase to potential buyers. Each listing has something unique to offer, from private pools, to mother-in-law-suites, to western communities, and move-in ready homes. Take a look, and stop by the home closest to you!
Our next workshop focuses on issues related to open permits and surveys and the time of closing, and how to address them. Presented by Pegasus Title Services, our workshop is open to all currently licensed, local Realtors. 2.0 CE credits from DBPR offered. Happening March 27th, 2018 from 4-6p at Copeland & Co. Real Estate.
The first Palm Beach County Real Estate Market Report for 2018 describes slower sales, tighter inventory, and increased median home prices, all of which are strong indicators that we will remain in a seller’s market for the foreseeable future. Here, we have some advice for home buyers and home sellers in the coming year.
In our last Real Estate Market Report for 2017, we highlight what we know about December, give a big-picture review of all of 2017, and offer some predictions for what to expect for the single-family home real estate market during this coming year.
Homebuyers in Florida (and even some homeowners) aren’t always exactly clear on what’s in a mortgage payment. If you are getting qualified to buy a home, you’ll want to read this explanation on everything your mortgage payment includes, from insurance to MIP to escrows for property taxes.
Our next workshop for Realtors is What to Expect At Your Next Home Inspection with owner of Home Team Inspection Service Colin Conroy. Colin will offer advice on how to read inspection reports, what questions to ask, and how to build a relationship with your inspector.
As the effects of Hurricane Irma wear off, and as the real estate market normalizes following a very rocky late summer-early fall season, the market showed a strong rebound in Palm Beach County for single-family homes in October 2017. Most importantly, sellers are putting their homes up for sale, helping to meet increased buyer demand. Find out what that means for you as a buyer or seller!
The Real Estate Market in Palm Beach County came to a sudden halt due to the effects of Hurricane Irma in September 2017. In this report, we talk about what that means for homeowners, and what we learned following the threat of the worst hurricane season in recent memory.