Picture this scenario. You're about ready to start packing for your move to your new home, but you realize you don't want to take everything you own with you.
Shopping for a home today has changed dramatically in the last 20 years, from when listings were published in a book that was kept in each office and information was only available through an agent/broker, to now ... The Digital Information Super Age! The internet has broadened that reach to every continent on the globe, to nearly everyone who… Continue reading Real Estate is a Personal Business
According to a 2015 survey by the Urban Land Institute, "73 percent of Americans highly prioritize access to fresh, healthy foods." The focus of the ULI's definition of "agrihood" is based on a community built around a working agricultural center, like a farm or orchard. Brokers are noticing an increase in clients who put access to… Continue reading The Dalles…The Next Agrihood?
The phone call comes in from a prospective buyer who would like to see a house for sale on the market. Usually they are happy to set up a time and date to see the home, but in a hot market, sometimes those times and dates are for RIGHT NOW! How do you handle this situation?… Continue reading Self Defense on the Job
When you apply for a credit card, a home or auto loan, and even for some employment opportunities, your credit score can play a vital role in whether or not you get approved and in some cases, get hired! As a credit score reformer myself, I can fully say that if you can take control… Continue reading Your Credit Score and You