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Of Henry County Real Estate Values and Missing Zambonis

Last week’s real estate news didn’t rate front page headlines, but I spotted three items of interest—two of which have implications for Henry County real estate values. Both fall in line with upbeat news about the economy that permeated the airwaves. Hol ... [read full post]
published December 11, 2017

Mcdonough Listing Gawkers—Pros and Amateurs Abound

It was right there in the entirely respectable Architectural Digest’s site: an article championing late-night stalking. Happily, it wasn’t the kind of stalking that winds up in a courtroom. The non-crime being confessed to on AD was writer Isabel Galupo& ... [read full post]
published December 5, 2017

Best of the 5 Seasons for Buying a House in Stockbridge

If you are a well-organized prospective Stockbridge house buyer, you have been weighing many factors as you prepare to start serious house hunting. One of the factors to consider is seasonal: that is, which of the five seasons is most favorable for buying a house? It’s a fact tha ... [read full post]
published December 4, 2017

4 Tips for a More Economical Stockbridge Winter

Officially, it may not be winter in Stockbridge yet, but the end of November is more than a signal to turn to the last page in 2017’s calendar. It’s definitely time for Stockbridge residents to secure their domiciles against the mercury drops Mother Nature ... [read full post]
published December 1, 2017

Approximating Mcdonough Mortgage Refi Requirements

If you use a credit card or Mcdonough bank checking account’s online system, you may have noticed the appearance of a free service: FICO score tracking. You find it as a clickable area with a link title like “Your FICO® score” or just “FICO&r ... [read full post]
published November 29, 2017

A Single Underlying Factor When Applying for a Mortgage

Every mortgage lender develops their own unique guidelines for evaluating the factors contained in a home loan application. These may change from time to time so that their portfolios stay “balanced”—that is, so that the cumulative risk represented by ... [read full post]
published November 17, 2017

Mcdonough Sellers Evaluate For Sale by Owner Websites

It’s illuminating to visit For Sale by Owner websites from time to time to see if there are any new insights to be gleaned. True, as a licensed Mcdonough Realtor®, I’m not likely to learn much new when it comes to selling Mcdonough homes—b ... [read full post]
published November 15, 2017

Henry County Homeowners Gain from Home Value Optimism

More than half of U.S. homeowners expect their home’s value to rise in the coming year. For Henry County real estate watchers who track public sentiment as a market indicator, the news comes as a welcome addition to other reports of rising consumer optimis ... [read full post]
published November 14, 2017

Henry County Real Estate Braces for a New Kind of Reality

Henry County real estate has greatly benefitted from one offshoot of “virtual” technology. Just click on a listing’s “virtual tour” button and a progression of two-dimensional views of the listed property parade across your laptop or smartphone scr ... [read full post]
published November 13, 2017

World Series is Over: Your Home Selling Negotiations Aren’t

When it comes to appraising and developing appropriate responses to offers on your Henry County home, I’m here to offer counsel and guidance. Even so, you are the ultimate decision maker. Especially for Henry County homeowners without previous selling experience, bec ... [read full post]
published November 10, 2017

Your Mcdonough Homeowners Insurance Annual Checkup

It’s one of those Mcdonough documents most of us stash in a safe, out-of-the-way place—somewhere in the furthest recesses of a linen closet or at the back of a bureau drawer. Renters do the same: they don’t actually read the thing, but they know they wa ... [read full post]
published November 9, 2017

Recent Developments Impact the Henry County’s Real Estate Scene

A couple of recent developments made the news recently that promised to impact Henry County’s real estate scene either now or in the future. The one that got most of the attention last Wednesday came from a familiar source: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. Her ... [read full post]
published March 27, 2016

Threatening Factors Absent from Henry County Housing Market

This spring’s Henry County housing market continues to reflect most of the trends that have held sway across much of the nation. There is good news, not-so-good news, and (happy to report) no really bad news at all. In fact, it’s the absence of threaten ... [read full post]
published March 18, 2016

A Henry County HELOC Can Add a Liquidity Option

It’s hard to imagine anyone in Henry County who hasn’t been hearing worried Wall Street commentators discussing the latest news. Starting with the worst January performance on record, even people without a lot of affected investments are aware of how ri ... [read full post]
published February 23, 2016

Today, Henry County Homes For Sale have Two Levels of ‘Curb Appeal’

The way the ‘curb appeal’ phenomenon applies to a Henry County home for sale is explained simply enough. Like the packaging on a store shelf item, its mission is to break through the competition—to strike a responsive chord with potential buyers. ... [read full post]
published February 20, 2016

For Henry County Moving Days, 5 Practical Planning Tips

When a Henry County home seller tallies the total financial impact of selling the old and then buying the new home, in addition to the closing and brokerage costs, the expense of the move has to be reckoned, too. It may seem like an afterthought, but especially for ... [read full post]
published February 4, 2016

Henry County REALTOR® Launches Real Estate List Inquiry

When you go searching for the latest Henry County real estate news online, as likely as not you will find the lion’s share is dominated by advertisements (not to complain: I advertise, too) and the current Henry County listings. There is rarely any true Henr ... [read full post]
published February 2, 2016

Henry County Foreclosure Listings are Bargains Worth Investigating

       It is entirely possible to think of a residence that’s been the subject of a Henry County foreclosure as the real estate equivalent of a cute, cuddly orphaned kitten or puppy—one that deserves to be adopted by a loving family. You ca ... [read full post]
published February 1, 2016

Buying Your First Henry County Home: More Doable Than You Think!

For Henry County first home buyers who are of a certain age (for the moment let’s call that 40+ or so), the prospect of making such a prodigious commitment should be less intimidating than for the younger set. You have been around for long enough to have seen t ... [read full post]
published January 31, 2016

New Year’s Frame of Mind (and Henry County Real Estate)

For Henry County first home buyers who are of a certain age (for the moment let’s call that 40+ or so), the prospect of making such a prodigious commitment should be less intimidating than for the younger set. You have been around for long enough to have seen t ... [read full post]
published January 29, 2016

When a Henry County Listing Goes Nowhere, Two Action Guidelines

Suppose you had done everything right: interviewed several Henry County real estate agents and compared what they told you; prepped your property to near-perfection before the professional photographer’s arrival; confirmed all the descriptive details before they ... [read full post]
published January 29, 2016
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