Archive for May, 2014

Your home: The possibility of a new Prairie Village park and its effect on real estate

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

What an exciting opportunity! Really it is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the city. I am referring to the potential purchase by the city of Prairie Village of the green space (Mission Road frontage) that is being offered for sale at Homestead Country Club. In full disclosure I am a member of Homestead […]

Your home: When my home sells, will there be one for me to buy?

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

“When my home sells, will there be one for me to buy?” This is a reasonable question and a valid concern. A concern, I believe, that is preventing many, many sellers from experiencing the joy of today’s market. In most parts of town, a seller’s market still exists. Sellers are receiving multiple offers, homes are […]

Your home: Realtors giving where we live

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

I am so very proud to be a part of a company like Keller Williams Realty and yesterday was a prime example of why. Yesterday was RED (Renew-Energize-Donate) DAY for Keller Williams agents all over the world. Yes that is right, Keller Williams went global about two years ago. The intent of RED DAY is […]

Your home: School boundaries and their effect on real estate values

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

All you have to say is “possible school boundary changes” or “proposed school closings” and the emotions start to run high. And understandably so. We have had clients purchase a home specifically because of the elementary, middle, or high school. School boundaries and school attendance are certainly a moving target. Because all school districts are […]