Are your property choices
only coming from the “Active Pond?”
Finding properties in the different ponds
There are at least 7 ponds for you to find your dream home or your next investment property. The “Active Property Pond” is fed by the MLS. It has ALL brokers properties that are REALTORS. No website has more, no website has less. They are equal. Thus you do not need to be on multiple search sites.
Why do some sites have different properties?
All real estate agents have access to the same property data. Other sites do not have more properties. The only way you get different results is you have “different search parameters.” Buyers accidentally “filter out properties” by having too many parameters and unknowingly eliminate property. Unfortunately, “filters…filter out property.”
What can buyers do to find more properties?
This is where the real work of a real estate agent happens. Go fishing with an agent that will find your property in “All 7 Ponds!”
How do micro markets impact your appreciation?
The difference between 3% and 7% appreciation per year on a $450,000 home can be $186,000 in just 7 years!
As we help clients find more home inventory through our L.E.A.P. properties home search, we also help them manage their money. We look at micro areas like a mutual fund, so you can track how neighborhood or subdivision has performed historically, to get an idea of what your investment might return in the future and take the guess work out of what a “fair price” might be.
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This is not financial advice. The numbers presented are estimates. There is no promise of future appreciation. Purchasers are encouraged to verify market appreciation on their own. We are not financial planners.