Have real estate agents gotten lazy thanks to online MLS?

Have real estate agents gotten lazy thanks to online MLS?

Have real estate agents gotten lazy thanks to online MLS? The answer, unfortunately, is sometimes “yes!” Why? Because the majority of today’s home buyers do most of the work that agents were responsible for before everyone had access to the online MLS. Today, most buyers get pre-qualified for a mortgage before they even begin to look. Then they spend endless hours researching potential homes that meet their needs, budget, and lifestyles. And, when they’ve narrowed it down, they finally give an agent a call. The good news for agents is that this means significantly less time researching and showing properties to potential buyers who aren’t sure what they want, or what they can afford. But that can lend itself to complacency, and if you’re trying to sell your house, the last thing you need is a lazy agent sitting by the phone waiting for a call!

Smart Tips For Buying An Equestrian Property

Smart Tips For Buying An Equestrian Property

Whether this is your first time looking for an equestrian property, horse farm, or raw land to build your dream equestrian lifestyle home, or you’ve enjoyed the equestrian lifestyle for many years, it is important to know what to look for before you buy. Our equestrian property specialist, Melinda McBrayer, has put together the following list to help you get started.

You’re Invited To A Special Home Sellers “Advantage” Event

You’re Invited To A Special Home Sellers “Advantage” Event

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and McBrayer Milton Real Estate Team invite you to attend Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and McBrayer Milton Real Estate Team invite you to attend a Home Sellers “Advantage” Event “IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT THE PRICE” When Selling Your Home! on March 10th, 2016 from 7 – 9 pm in Milton, GA 30004

Is Your House Priced Right To Sell Quickly?

Is Your House Priced Right To Sell Quickly?

As home prices continue to rise, and bidding wars in Metro Atlanta have become again become prevalent again, many sellers want to get top dollar for their home. But, listing your home at too high a price can often leave your home on the market longer than you’d like. And, if you have to continually drop the price because it was too high to begin with, odds are good you may actually end up getting way less than if you had priced your house right.

Before you determine the selling price for your home, read more for some important things to know.