with has put together a great article with solid tips for any homebuyer in today's tight real estate market. He includes resources from some excellent real estate bloggers: and and myself. Worth a read and a bookmark.
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The decision on how much to offer for a home is the sole decision of the potential buyer.
There are several things that buyers should avoid though and also some tips they should follow when determining the number they'd like to offer!
In this article by you will find several things to avoid and more importantly, several top tips to help buyers figure out what that number should be when making an offer!
The article can be found at http://www.rochesterrealestateblog.com/tips-to-help-determine-how-much-to-offer-for-a-home/
In addition to the article, you will find some excellent links to other home buying resources from other top bloggers including , , , , , and !
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Here is an awesome article from that speaks to hiring a top real estate professional and not as would put it your cousin Jimmy who really should be mopping floors at the local Burger King.
So many sellers just hire any real estate agent. Why not they all do the same things - WRONG!
Check out Andrew's great article and share if you find helpful.
In most real estate markets across the country right now it's a seller's market, and that means competition. In this excellent article, explains exactly how a home buyer can navigate to get the house they want. Included are several great resources from great real estate bloggers: and myself.
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Many real estate markets are experiencing a sellers market right now. This is certainly great for sellers but not so great for buyers.
Does this mean now is a bad time to buy a home? It depends on many factors such as interest rates and whether a buyer is ready to take on the competition!
Once a buyer determines whether buying a home in a sellers market makes sense to them or not, they must be prepared! There are many tips that buyers should take note of in order to make buying a home in a sellers market a successful experience.
In this article you will find some tips for buyers to help them be ready and successfully purchase a home during a sellers market. Check it out at http://www.rochesterrealestateblog.com/how-to-buy-a-home-in-a-sellers-market/
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If you are looking for quality real estate content, whether buying a home or selling a home, or an agent looking for information and great examples, apparently, these 23 bloggers have it going on! some of my faves from the real estate community here on G+, including and and more. What a great resource from from
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Of course, I would encourage any home seller to do their due diligence and research the process, as well as the agents they are considering. has written some great advice in how to do so in this article. She includes some excellent resources from experienced agents and myself, as well as 's Housecall Blog
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You don’t have to experience the less than favorable experiences that you hear from friends and family nor those stories you’ve read across the internet. However, like anything it’s important to choose wisely. Do your homework. Know what the home selling process entails and who is best equipped to get the job done.
Do you know the various methods?
How about cousin Jimmy? He just got his Real Estate license, maybe he can get top dollar for a home sale.
Keep reading below to find out more about the methods. You’ll also hear from some highly skilled Real Estate Agents on their Real Estate Blogs and Real Estate news source Blogs who know a thing or two about what it takes to sell homes and report on homes selling, so you’ll want to read their articles too from and whose Real Estate articles are a perfect compliment to the 4 Methods to Selling a Home.
Also, don't forget to share the article if you found the methods beneficial for homeowners trying to make a decision about how to sell their home.
That is the way it happens most of the time, unless you are fortunate enough to carry two mortgages for a time. In this article explains how to manage the buying and selling simultaneously, and why having the right agent is so crucial for a seamless process.
Bill also shares other helpful articles from and .
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As mentions in this outstanding article, unless you are one of the fortunate few who can purchase a home without selling your existing property, you will have to deal with selling your house while looking to buy.
That is why having the right agent in your corner to lead the way will make all the difference in helping with the sale of your existing home and the purchase of your next property!
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Chris & Karen Highland
8923 Fingerboard Road
Frederick Maryland 21704
I am co-owner of The Highland Group, along with my husband Chris Highland. We've been helping families buy and sell real estate in Frederick County and the surrounding counties in Central Maryland for more than 20 years. I manage our websites, Frederick Real Estate Online, our blogs, our home office and database.
Chris Highland is currently the residential manager at Turning Point Real Estate in Urbana Md. He gives oversight to agents, trains and mentors new agents, and works with clients, both buyers and sellers. Chris is a CDPE, Certified Distressed Property Expert, and is trained and experienced in helping people avoid foreclosure through a short sale process.
Our team is experienced in Residential Real Estate as well as Commercial Real Estate.
I blog about homes for sale in Frederick, but also about life and events in Frederick County. My favorite endeavor has become my blog, 365Frederick. I post about events and happenings in Frederick, with an emphasis on small businesses and non-profit organizations. Frederick Maryland is a great place to live, filled with caring and industrious people.
Coaching And Training
I am coaching real estate agents in Blogging, Internet Lead Generation, and Social Media at Turning Point Real Estate and on webinars with RE Tech Therapy. We are building a brokerage model based on technology and collaboration.
Who I Am
I am a wife of 30 years, mother of 4 grown-ups, dog-lover, teacher turned real estate agent, Blogger, Trainer & Coach, and I love entertaining. We have 2 rescued Boxers that keep us laughing.
- Frederick, Md
- Real Estate Agent
- Real Estate Blogger
- Trainer & Coach
- University of Florida Grad
Interests [in no particular order]:
- Frederick Maryland
- Social Media
- Small Business
- Real Estate
- Sewing, Knitting, Crochet and all things Crafty
- The Highland Group, Frederick Md RealtorsRealtor, Blogger, Social Media, presentI do the blogging, social media and internet lead generation for the Highland Group. I also coach in blogging/internet lead generation, RE Tech Therapy.
- High School and Jr. High TeacherTeacher, Guidance CounselorTurning young skulls full of mush into critically thinking young adults. I always hoped that was what I was doing anyway.