It is more difficult than ever to make a house a home in today’s market. Low inventory and an increase in competition—some from big businesses who are ready to pay all cash—have left worthy homeowners in the cold. We started Ribbon to get these homeowners back in the door and today we launch our newest step to do so: waived appraisal contingencies.
When you think about Nashville, you probably think about country music. However, that’s not the only thing Nashville has to offer—a strong economy, affordable housing, great food, and both indoor and outdoor entertainment options make Nashville a go-to destination.
Share Allen is no stranger to entrepreneurial life. Starting in the beauty industry, Share moved to interior design and then decided to pursue her lifelong passion in real estate, which was first ignited by her mother over 35 years ago.
The market moved quickly in 2020 and it’s not slowing down in 2021. The good news is that there are plenty of tools to help you keep up with the pace, meet the demand, and close out the year with more commission than ever before.
As record low interest rates continue to push homebuyers into the housing market, multiple offer situations have gone from a “sometimes” to a standard practice. This produces an increased pressure on listing agents to compare, select, and negotiate on the perfect offer for their clients—often going through the process for dozens of clients at once.
Homeownership has always been part of the American dream — but it hasn’t been equally achievable for all. Understanding these gaps is important as homeownership offers stability for families and it is one of the key means of building wealth in the U.S.
Buying and owning a home is a dream for many Americans. Unfortunately the experience can be stressful — especially for first-time buyers in this market. It’s one of the biggest transactions anyone can make in their lifetime. But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be exciting.
Atlanta, Georgia has been one of the hottest real estate markets for the past several years. Far from changing that, the pandemic has only made the Atlanta real estate market more competitive. Although prices are soaring, Atlanta is still a great place to buy a home. A booming population, active job market, and high quality of life could make Atlanta the right place for your clients. Here’s what you need to know if Georgia is on their mind.
Located 20 miles from Charlotte, Concord, North Carolina is the largest city in Cabarrus county. Founded in 1796, Concord started as a small town, but grew into a major cotton market. Today, it’s home to over 94,000 residents. With one of the most popular shopping attractions in North Carolina, The Concord Mills, it has become a hub of entertainment and activity. Wondering if Concord is right next step for you? You’re in the right place. Let’s dive in.