If you own a vacation rental (or several) somewhere in the United States and use online booking websites like Booking.com, VRBO®, or HomeAway to promote your properties, you likely know how hectic all those e-mails, phone calls and inquiries can get—especially during peak vacation seasons. Of course every situation is different when it comes to […]
Life in Memphis has big city qualities with a small town feel. There is a great art scene and of course, the restaurants and bars on Beale Street are world famous for the entertainment. Whether you are moving to Memphis or only visiting, the Memphis in May Event is something you need to plan for. […]
The following information is based on an interview with Garrett Kenny, CEO of Century 21 Feltrim Real Estate in Central Florida. More information can be found on their website at http://c21feltrim.com/ Builders come in all shapes and sizes. Each builder has their own unique attributes that make them successful, one builder may be known for […]
With MyXiLi Mobile , agents no longer have to wonder who is looking at their property listings, no matter how they are advertising them! With the new proprietary software service XiLi has introduced, it is possible to capture as well as instantly deliver the contact info of prospective buyers directly to agents via a simple […]
As one of the largest financial transactions you’ll ever make, it’s easy to understand why there is so much paperwork involved with buying a home or condo. And while sorting through all those documents, loan applications, and financial statements may seem stressful to buyers, keeping everything in order and well-organized is also just as taxing on real estate agents and professionals as it is to the home buyers.
Memphis residents will soon have more retail options to enjoy on Poplar. A half-acre lot, where the Value Brakes location at 3341 Poplar Avenue used to stand, will soon be re-imagined for new businesses and storefronts. The building has already been demolished by work crews, leaving a blank slate for the developers to bring new life into the area.
Although Massachusetts has seen a significant drop in foreclosures over the last twelve months, 1.9% of all home mortgages in the state are still in distress. The lower foreclosure rates in Massachusetts are certainly a sign that the real estate market has stabilized and the demand for housing has improved, but what if you’re currently a home owner facing foreclosure and don’t know where to turn?