The real estate market is hyperlocal. It’s not about what homes are selling for on average nationally or even across the state; it’s about what is happening in your neighborhood. I am your local expert and can provide up-to-date information on home values, strategies for buying or selling, and market trends. I have chosen to partner with John L. Scott in part because they are an industry leader that is continually recognized nationally. Together we are committed to providing unparalleled service.
People dealing with real estate transactions may have been taken by surprise after finding out their property was in moratorium. This leads to their home and rental insurance to block any changes that might want to be made. Some of the affected by this are people trying to sell their homes and anyone trying to […]Read More →
Hey Real Estate Fans… I have buyers for E Medford 97504 area that want duplexs, 3plexs, and 4plexs before the interest rates go up again… Can be cash but prefer to do conventional financing & and will keep tenants… Anyone ever think of selling or know someone who might be thinking of selling? Please Please […]Read More →
Alice Lema Broker John L Scott knows that Multiple Offers can be frustrating.. here’s a few tips to stay in the running and win the deal of a life-time for more info or if have qs text Alice 541-301-7980Read More →
You can buy a vacation home today for investment purposes as well as enjoyment. And yes, there are tax benefits. Some people buy a vacation home to use as a permanent retirement home later, which allows them to get ahead on their payments. Another benefit is that the interest and property taxes on a vacation […]Read More →
Using appreciation as a measure, condominiums in some areas have been as profitable an investment as single-family homes in the past five years. And in some markets, condos appreciated even more, according to some experts. While single-family homes have been the preferred investment by homebuyers, changing demographics are helping make condos more popular, especially among […]Read More →
It depends. Distressed properties or fixer-uppers can be found anywhere, even in wealthier neighborhoods. Such properties are poorly maintained and have a lower market value than other houses in the neighborhood. Many experts recommend that before you make such an investment, first find the least desirable house in the best neighborhood. Then do the math […]Read More →