Tri-Cities Washington is Wine Country

Spoken Gently posted this 1 1,561 Views

The Heart of Washington’s Wine Country With more than 150 wineries within an hour’s drive, the Tri-Cities of Kennewick, Pasco and Richland are truly at the heart of the Columbia Valley which includes the Yakima Valley, Walla Walla Valley, Red Mountain, Horse Heaven Hills and Wahluke Slope appellations. It is easy to conceive that Columbia Valley wineries would produce high-end, premium wines since the Tri-Cities area lies on the same latitude as the world-famous Burgundy and Bordeaux re...


Weiss Clawson posted this 865 Views

If you are thinking about buying a home in Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Juno Beach, North Palm Beach or anywhere throughout Palm Beach County, you have looked at many costs associated with new homeownership, including the property tax bill.  Florida legislators last week passed laws leading to sweeping changes in the amount of taxes that homeowners pay and in how the value of your home is determined for tax purposes. The first part of tax reform relates...

REALTOR Alphabet Soup

Wayne Long posted this 1 2,231 Views

Is a real estate designation worth anything to a Realtor or their clients?     Many just call it alphabet soup.     I for one believe that national designations are worth a lot.   Why?  Because the agent took the time to become better educated in his or her field.   GRI or CRS classes are tough, expensive, and time consuming.   An agent willing to go through the classes is an agent who is dedicated.&nbs...

what to do with my listings when I am going to vacation?

peymankarami posted this 1 751 Views

I need to ask your ideas what I have to do with my clients and their listings when I am going to vacation. In my opinion, real estate does not have any vacation and my clients are always on the first place. In nowadays, we have enough tools to keep connection, to contact with the clients: phone, e-mail, and text messages, fax...etc. The main point is I will still working even tough I am out of country because of keeping my clients happy, my listing active and being on the market. On the othe...

Top 10 Reasons Why Your House Hasn’t Sold Yet

mkrotchie posted this 2 1,270 Views

10) Too cluttered - Nothing turns a buyer off more than walking into a potential new home and seeing it filled with stuff. If you really want to sell your home at least take the time and effort to put away, or better yet, dispose of some of your less useful belongings. That collection of McDonald’s plastic toys sitting on your computer desk might have been worth a chuckle when you bought them 3 years ago but c’mon.. get rid of them. Chuck it, stow it, or store it. 9) Too homey...

Tampa Bay Area Real Estate Market on the Rebound

Joe Gibbons posted this 1,433 Views

Things should be looking up soon for the Tampa Bay area real estate market.  According to an article by Matt Woolsey on, Tampa is a perfect candidate for recovery after the market corrections of the last several months.  Woolsey explains that the Tampa area is expected to follow a recovery pattern based on a V-shaped market.  This is "where a market experiences a sharp, fast decline but comes out strong once it hits bottom."  And according t...

Open House Atlanta - Brookhaven

Ryan Ward posted this 1,597 Views

Brookhaven Open House Address: 2475 Brookhaven Heights Court Date: June 24th 3 - 5 p.m. MLS#: 3459110 Price: $435,000 Click on Picture for More Photos 4 bedrooms 3.5 bathrooms Granite chef's kitchen Hardwood floors 10 foot ceilings 3 finished levels 2 car garage Gated community Priced to sell quickly, this Brookhaven townhome has been completely updated with granite kitchen, marble bath, plantation sh...

The Gulch in Nashville Tennessee

Gary Ashton posted this 1,496 Views

The Gulch   The Nashville Gulch area is quickly becoming the place to be in Middle Tennessee. Located in the East Nashville area near 12th Street, the Gulch has become a Mecca for businesses, new residences and entertainment venues. The Gulch area of Nashville   While combining the ambiance of big city life with local neighborhood friendliness, the Gulch allows people t...

Varsity Theatre closes today after 68 years

mikey posted this 1,519 Views

The Varsity Theatre is located at the corner of University Avenue and Coyne Street near the University of Hawaii (UH) campus.  It opened in 1939 and is a one of the few reminders of an era that has passed. The land parcel is 1.7 acres in size and owned by Kamehameha Schools, a charitable trust for children of Hawaiian ancestry.  Kamehameha Schools has not disclosed what they intend to do with the property. As a student at UH in the 1980's I used to watch movies at the Varsity...


Weiss Clawson posted this 773 Views

With mortgage rages climbing for the fifth straight week, it might be time to lock in your interest rate now and go find that home you have been wanting in Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, Juno Beach, Jupiter, North Palm Beach or anywhere throughout Palm Beach County. While rates are still under 7 percent, they are now at the highest level in almost a year.  And most economists are not predicting a rate decline until at least the fourth quarter of the year. The national averag...

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