Archive for April, 2014

Your home: 3 Common Seller Misconceptions Explored

Friday, April 18th, 2014

I love my job. I really do. I have the pleasure of working with sellers all over the city and from all walks of life. Just this week I will be consulting with seller clients in Raymore, Roeland Park, Prairie Village and Waldo. And just this quarter we have listed and sold homes in values […]

Your home: Aren’t all Realtors the same?

Friday, April 11th, 2014

Realtors: Aren’t they all the same? You probably know my answer, but let’s explore this a little bit. If I were to ask, “Doctors, aren’t they all the same?” you would probably look at me like I had three heads. So let’s try another one. ”Lawyers, aren’t they all the same?” I can’t see you […]

Your home: Low inventory overcomes functional obsolescence

Friday, April 4th, 2014

I use the term functional obsolescence a lot. Especially when it comes to selling older homes. Investopedia says that the definition of functional obsolescence is the reduction in the usefulness or desirability of an object (house) because of an outdated design feature, usually one that cannot be easily changed. There came a time from 2010-2012 […]