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.
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.
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.
Last year was a wild year for the housing market. Home prices soared, interest rates dropped, and inventory dwindled—hello seller’s market! It was one of the most active real estate markets in a decade. After all of that, what can buyers, sellers, and agents expect from the market as we go through 2021?
Charlotte is one of the fastest growing metro areas in the country. The Queen City, named after the wife of England’s King George III, is beloved by its 2.5 million residents for its outdoor activities, live music, and many different places to live. On average, 91 people move to one of Charlotte’s 11 counties each day. It’s an exciting time to be joining the city—business is booming! Wondering if Charlotte is right next step for you? You’re in the right place. Let’s dive in.
This year has been quite the rollercoaster for the real estate market. However, with a record setting year coming to a close, it’s clear that the market was able to adapt and even thrive during these uncertain times. Will that be the case in 2021? Are these changes here to stay? How can you prepare? All good questions! Let’s dive in.
In 2020, first time home buyers make up 33% of the buying market. That’s a large group! So, there’s a good chance you’ll work with some, or already are. Understandably, this category needs a different type of support from their real estate agents. Here’s how you can help them and make the most out of your client relationships:
In 2016, Jake Reed moved cross-country from Los Angeles to Charlotte to relocate for a job as a loan officer. However, after landing on the east coast he decided to harness his knowledge from over 15 years in the mortgage industry to become a full-time real estate agent.