The World

Annie Maloney posted this 2,510 Views

This has nothing to do with real estate in Tennessee or real estate in this country.  It is about this new extreme luxury development in the middle of the Archipelago Islands.  I wonder how many split level ranchers one would have to sell to be able to afford a vacation home here!  Have they never heard of hurricanes or tsunamis?!  

New Wordpress Real Estate Blog - What do you think?

sueboughton posted this 1 1,190 Views

Just checking in here at REW.  I have been working on getting a new blog up and it is going pretty good so far.  You can never get enough exposure.. right?  My idea for this one is to focus on neighborhoods and counties or other particular areas of interest.  I have only had the site up for about a week but already getting traffic and I can tell that this has some potential.  It is a little rough on the edges still though. Any critique is greatly appreciated.  T...

Colorado Conservation Easements

edkirkland posted this 930 Views

I have noticed when I'm working with buyers looking at land or ranches many times the subject of conservation easements comes up. Often they haven't a clue what a conservation is, what they are used for or what the benefits are for granting one. I have written a short primer below to help bring things into focus. A conservation easement is a written instrument typically in the form of a deed that limits land use. When recorded in the public records and accepted, the deed conveys valuable p...

Tri-Cities Employment Best in 30 Years

Spoken Gently posted this 2,253 Views

he Tri-Cities' unemployment rate and job growth are the best in years, the state's regional economist reported recently. "It's probably the best time to be looking for work in perhaps 30 years," said Dean Schau. He said the Mid-Columbia had 900 more jobs in May than at the same time a year ago. That's an increase of about 1 percent, or a growth to about 87,300 jobs last month compared with 86,400 jobs in 2006. Schau said that's despite the loss of about 700 jobs at Hanford during the past ...

The Ice Cream Store Syndrome

PrescottScott posted this 1 1,211 Views

Consumers have more power than ever before.  Why?  Information, of course.  But sometime there is so much information that people become paralyzed with choices.  I call it the "Ice Cream Store Syndrome". 64 flavors and 5 dollars, what do I pick?  How about a vanilla cone, please. The design goal of PrescottScott.com was to simplify the Prescott Real Estate decision process for everybody.  Thanks to the programming ability of my host, Real Estate Webma...

Hidden Mountain in San Juan Capistrano, Ca

OCTeam posted this 1,770 Views

Prestigious Hidden Mountain home... this lovely and elegant home is in the peaceful, wooded and small private community of Hidden Mountain Estates. Located just off of San Juan Creek Road in San Juan Capistrano in a gate guarded community of custom homes, this beautifully upgraded home welcomes you as soon as you enter the private entrance courtyard. A few features of this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3406 square foot home include:   Newer Kitchen, Granite counters and S.S. Appliances ...

Atlanta Real Estate Market - May, 2007

Ryan Ward posted this 1,542 Views

Here are the Atlanta real estate market statistics for the month of May. Cities included in this recap include Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Roswell and Alpharetta As can be clearly seen by theses statistics, Alpharetta not only has many more homes for sale than any of the other areas, but, Alpharetta also has more pending and sold homes as well. For those who like numbers, not graphs, here is the breakdown: Alpharetta: Homes for sale - 1642 Pending - 454 So...

Ryland Homes kicks off Millbridge Community Party!

Keith Lutz posted this 1,802 Views

Went out today to check out the kick-off party that Ryland homes was having.  Man do they know how to throw a party.  It was real hot out there, but they had a huge 100x50 tent and some fans running.  Of course the model was Air-conditioned, whew!  They gave some nice spread too! Fresh Seasonal Fruits & Assorted Berries with Sweet Cream • Domestic Cheeses with Gourmet Crackers • Spring Mix Salad with Sweet Corn & Cranberries • Wild Mushroom & ...

The condominium and Patio homes market heats up...

Eric Blackwell posted this 1 2,155 Views

Why are condominiums and patio homes remaining strong in today's real estate market? In my opinion, it goes back to the basics of supply and demand. While home sales are strong in Louisville, the inventory levels keep rising...meaning that there is an inevitable reckoning coming where the two must meet up again. So I started researching at our local board of REALTOR  for which segments of the market had the lowest inventory / sales ratios. Condominiums and patio homes in Louisville and ...

Southern Indiana vs Louisville--which is a better deal?

Eric Blackwell posted this 1 1,660 Views

When I first moved here to Southern indiana from California, my wife told me two very important things about the area, #1--We would ALWAYS live in Indiana and #2--the area around Louisville that I had come to know as Kentuckiana was to be referred to as Indi-ucky...an obvious slap at my friends from Louisville. i have since heard so many things back and forth about the two that I thought I do a little comparison of my own: Fact #1--Taxes are lower in Southern Indiana. That's not an opinion, ...