Did you know that Realtors often advertise their listings to each other? Here on the Emerald Coast of Florida, the most overused and trendy terms for agent-to-agent advertising are: Price improvement (as opposed to price reduction) Easy Show (this term has been used for years – oftentimes the property is not easy to show) Compelling […]
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312 Pin Oak Loop, Driftwood Estates, Santa Rosa Beach Florida is sparkling clean with pristine paint and flooring. This four bedroom home has granite counters, cathedral and trey ceilings, recessed lighting, raised panel doors, brushed nickel hardware and more. The brick elegant exterior is refined and highlighted by a covered patio. The pond setting is […]
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It’s a seller’s market on the Emerald Coast of Florida. Real estate agents will tell you they cannot find inventory for their buyers! There are way more buyers than sellers and properties are selling almost instantly. Instead of telling you how to WIN the house – I am going to tell you how to LOSE. […]
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One of the most confusing terms in real estate is “mortgagor”. Or should I say “confused” terms? It doesn’t follow the logic, seemingly, of similar words. Let’s take a look. The “grantor” is the seller and “gives” the real estate to the “grantee” (the buyer). The “lessor” is the landlord and “gives” the lease to […]
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I just got an amazing approval on a Crestview Florida VA Compromise Sale from BB&T! You know the Veterans Administration requirement that the net proceeds of the sale be no less tham 88.13% of the appraised value? And the requirment that the VA Compromise Sale appraisal is firm for six months? This was a breakthrough approval…Continue
I finally broke down and responded to an automated Bank of America email survey. The email was titled "Help Us Improve Our Process." I received the email because one of my Destin short sales was declined in Equator. Why? Our seller was a day late getting us newly requested documents. We had to re-initiate the short sale a few days later.…Continue