Just breathe… As an almost lifelong Floridian (to my friends I’m still a Yankee), it’s hard to describe the emotions of the past month. So much has happened in just the last few weeks. For some, back to “normal” came quickly. For so many others, things may never be the same again. Ian was more […]
And, in the Blink of an Eye…
And, in the Blink of an Eye… In the past year, we’ve experienced an almost unprecedented real estate market. It’s been a real scorcher! If you were a seller, you likely had a gold mine on your hands with more offers than you could count, each one better than the previous with no appraisal contingencies, […]
Walking the Walk
Walking the Walk A healthy, wealthy, community is only possible with the support of those who live there. As an “almost” native and a long time local small business owner, my mantra has always been, “shop local and support local businesses.” Big box stores, national brands, and online retail giants have been reaping financial rewards […]
Does Anyone Know…?
Does Anyone Know…? Will there be an Outback? A Lowes? A Starbucks? A Chick-fil-a? Is that a new development? Could they be building the new Rays Stadium in that open lot? If you want to know, just consult Facebook! Ok…maybe not. But it sure is fun to check-in on some of the Parrish-based social media […]
Raise a Glass to New Beginnings
How to Find the Best Real Estate Agent for You
What Are Credit Scores and Why Are They Important?
Tips for Buying a Home in a Seller’s Market
Why You Need to Work with a Real Estate Professional
Tips for First-Time Home Buyers
Why the Holidays Are a Good Time to Sell a House
Why Staged Homes Sell Faster
Why Staged Homes Sell Faster Stores create attractive displays that make you want to purchase expensive items. Visit Ikea in Tampa and you’ll see plenty of “staged” rooms that appeal to a buyer’s longing for organization and style. Unfortunately, real life isn’t so neat and tidy. Stores don’t have pets and kids running around, […]