Wednesday, September 30, 2009

TODAY Show Blog Features Jessica

The TODAY Show blog features Jessica...

Check out the video above and also at the TODAY Show Blog!

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

There is still time to get your $8000!

On this mornings Today Show some very frustrating and incorrect information was announced. In the real estate clip it was stated that is was too late to purchase a house and get the $8000 tax credit because ALL home loans now take 60-90 days to close, so you are too late. WRONG!!!! COMPLETELY WRONG!!!! All of my closings are 30 days and even less. This is so frustrating and really annoying. I dont know about other area, but in Wilmington, NC we can get a loan closed in 30 days just like always.
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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Sea Coast Realty Goes Mobile

Check out from your blackberry or iphone to search homes for sale in Southeastern NC. Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Realty is the first real estate company in this area to release this awesome new feature.

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

What's wrong with "looking for a house"? Wilmington, NC

Make sure you think about how you are "looking" for a home. Sometimes the looking part gets very clouded and becomes way more difficult than it should. Finding and buying a home should be a fun and exciting process. If not, you need to step back and look at why it is not.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

You might discount yourself into a failed listing.

Scheduling an appointment to show a house should be easy, right? Not always. Sometimes choosing a "discount company" discounts the sellers right out of the market. The house I attempted to show had been on the market for about a month and I am guessing they were wondering why no one was showing it. Even worse, there was no way to submit an offer, no contact person, no agent, no seller info. In the location and price point it should have been shown many times and maybe had an offer. Sellers: Don't cut yourself short to save a few thousand dollars. If you are offering buyer agent fees and paying something to the discount house, why not give your home, probably your biggest assett, the credit it deserves to have it marketed and SOLD properly. It is amazing how many times I see listings that are listed with a fee agency or discount broker and the zip code is wrong or there are no inside pictures. If a 12 year old can sell a baseball better on EBay, what in the world are you doing?!?

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