The articles in this edition of Champions School of Real Estate’s Real Estate Now groups articles that range from the 10 hottest real estate markets in 2016, how Americans seem to have an issue of too many vacation homes, a handy checklist of real estate photography essentials, expert tips on making a home look more expensive and more!
Take a look through them and don’t forget; there’s something for everyone to read, so make sure to share what articles resonated with you the most with your friends and your thoughts in the comments at the Champions School of Real Estate Facebook and Twitter pages!
“You’ve heard the old real estate adage before: Success is all about “location, location, location.” While there are obviously other factors that come into play for someone trying to build wealth through real estate, location definitely plays a vital role in determining one’s overall return on their investment. If you buy a property in an area where prices are dropping or where cash flow is impossible, good returns will likely be nonexistent.”
“An ongoing housing shortage is lifting prices and rents, and pushing homeownership further out of reach for many Americans. Part of the problem is that too many of the unavailable homes are used only once or twice a year when their owners are on vacation.”
“Since the Great Recession, Americans have been staying in their homes on average about 60 percent longer. Of course, real estate agents don’t make any money unless people buy and sell houses, so the longer tenure of today’s homeowners is on their worry list.”
“One of the most crucial selling points for any real estate agent is a set of high quality, dynamic images that convey as much information to a customer as possible. With demand rising, more and more photographers are trying their hand at photographing the interiors and exteriors of apartments, homes, and condos.”
“Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon are big players in the New York City real estate world. As stars of HGTV’s “Selling New York,” the two are known for their innovative marketing tactics and have closed $1.5 billion in residential sales. One of their most valuable tactics for selling property quickly and at its estimated market value is staging: reorganizing and designing rooms within a home to help potential buyers envision what it might look like if they were to move in.”
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