Archive for June, 2014

Your home: Don’t take it personally

Monday, June 30th, 2014

Yet again this week I was reminded of how personal a home sale can be. Really, the same applies to a home purchase as well. This week we listed a home for some great clients in the Midtown area. They have been incredible clients to work with during the preparation stage. They have followed all […]

Your home: The potential Homestead land purchase, not another Mission Valley debacle

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

For the first time in the history of my column, I am going to discuss the same topic twice. I have decided to do so because of the calls and emails that I have received since my last column about the Homestead land. All of which have been in favor of the land acquisition by […]

Your home: Is our housing affordability gap widening?

Friday, June 13th, 2014

My family just returned from a vacation to Seaside, Florida. What a beautiful part of the country! Being Realtors, of course we were curious about the real estate values. For example, homes in Prairie Village sell on average for $150- $200 a square foot. The homes there were selling for anywhere from $500-$1000 a square […]