The Realtor Niche

A niche, as defined by Mirriam-Webster is, among other things "a specialized market". You've probably seen this with Realtors in one way or another. There is the waterfront specialist, the center city condo specialist, relocation specialists, Realtors that specialize in horse … [Read more...]

Making A Living In Real Estate

Making a living in real estate is really not as easy as it looks. I am reminded of this all the time with each new transaction and each new set of clients. It really came home to me while I was having a conversation with a friend about real estate. It turns out that in my 18 … [Read more...]

Buying Your House Back

So. You've decided to sell your house and you hired a Realtor to help you out. Everything is going along swimmingly. The marketing is out there on the Internet. Postcards. The yard sign. Everything. Then, one day the magic happens. You get an offer for your house from … [Read more...]

Housing Surge After The Inauguration?

Early in December I was at the Legislative Breakfast for the Prince George's County Association of Realtors. It's something we have every year before the Maryland General Assembly has their 90 day session. We like to get to know the players and let our view be known. The … [Read more...]

Happy 2017! Will The Housing Market Be Happy, Too?

It's been awhile since I posted anything and one of my New Year's resolutions is to get back into the groove of posting more information about the housing market in the Maryland Suburbs of Washington, DC.  I'll also be sharing some of my thoughts and observations. Some might be … [Read more...]