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Atlanta Has Grown, and Now it's a Seller's Market.

Posted by Haley Moran on Jan 5, 2017 10:45:57 AM

Atlanta, Georgia, also called Hot 'Lanta as made famous by The Allman Brothers Band, isn’t just the capital city, it’s the largest city in Georgia and one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the United States. It’s a hub for a booming economy and business district, and its city limits are welcoming droves of new residents.




Big Profit Coming Soon to Denver Real Estate Market.

Posted by Haley Moran on Nov 29, 2016 12:09:40 AM

MoneyBug to Unveil New Office in Booming Denver Market,:

Tops National Studies for Real Estate 




Report: Demanding Real Estate Market Not Met with Supply.

Posted by Haley Moran on Aug 13, 2016 3:00:00 PM

Dallas, Texas: Recent data has emerged to prove the benefit of taking advantage of the current market, and homeowners who are looking to sell their home are urged to take advantage. Bloomberg has published economic studies that reflect a huge demand for housing and a difficult rental market. This demand has put homeowners in a position to profit when they sell their house.

This increase in rental prices have risen to pre-recession numbers not seen since 2007 and is due in large part to a shortage of available homes. 2016 economic reports have ranked the metro area of Denver, CO as the area of greatest home appreciation with 10.6 percent growth. The rates in North Texas have risen 9.3 percent in addition to prices that had already increased more than twice the national annual appreciation. Boston's home prices had an increase of 8.2 percent and was ranked third.




Selling Your House in Florida Has Never Been Easier.

Posted by Haley Moran on Jun 1, 2016 12:00:00 PM

When it comes to sandy beaches, warm weather, and relaxed lifestyle, you really can’t beat the sunshine state. Florida is known for its premium real estate and ideal retirement communities, and when it comes to  real estate in St. Petersburg, it’s no different.

Just south of the ever-popular metropolis Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg boasts all the conveniences of big city living without the stress. In fact, more and more people are finding the growing community appealing and are making the move. If you are trying to sell your house in Florida, it might be easier than you expect.




Why It's a Great Time to Sell Your House in Inland Empire.

Posted by Haley Moran on May 30, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Located in what is known as the Inland Empire Metropolitan area of California, Riverside, along with a patchwork of other communities, such as San Bernardino and Ontario, compose the developed suburbs of the greater Los Angeles area. Due to Riverside’s increasingly self-sufficient economy, the community is experiencing a rapidly growing population, and those who are selling their home in Inland Empire are reaping the benefits.




Philadelphia’s Housing Market Gives Sellers an Advantage.

Posted by Haley Moran on May 27, 2016 12:30:00 PM

The “City of Brotherly Love” has long-since been America’s favorite city. It’s where the country began, and it proudly houses such icons as the Liberty Bell and the home of the first Continental Congress. While it will forever remain a famed emblem of American history, the city’s ability to provide a bustling and productive economy shows a strong future, as well.




Atlanta's Growth Has Lead to a Seller's Market.

Posted by Haley Moran on May 24, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Atlanta, Georgia, also called Hot 'Lanta as made famous by The Allman Brothers Band, isn’t just the capital city, it’s the largest city in Georgia and one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the United States. It’s a hub for a booming economy and business district, and its city limits opening to droves of new residents.




San Antonio: The Past, Present, and Future of Texas Real Estate.

Posted by Haley Moran on May 18, 2016 2:00:00 PM

When most people think of San Antonio, scenes of the famed Riverwalk or historical Alamo, likely come to mind. Famous names that are vital to Texas heritage are synonymous with the city, and legends of James Bowie and Davy Crockett have helped shape San Antonio’s name to fame. However, even though San Antonio is a famed emblem of Texas history, the city’s ability to provide a bustling and productive economy shows it as a staple in Texas’ future.

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