Buyers Rush to Lock in Low Interest Rates

The uptick in interest rates increased buyer activism heading into the spring buying season, which probably won’t be a “season” since the market never slowed in 2020. NEW YORK – The spring homebuying market is typically marked by higher sales and a greater  number of house hunters, but many real estate professionals feel a spring-like

Commercial 2021Forecast: A Rebound in All Sectors

By ~ Catherine Mesick March 12, 2021 Pent-up demand, consumer savings and widespread vaccinations will spark broad commercial expansion this year, according to economists attending NAR’s Wed. webinar. CHICAGO – As vaccination rates rise nationwide, commercial real estate is likely to post gains across all sectors, fueled by pent-up demand and high level of consumer


                                                    TANSEY M. SODERSTROM ACHIEVES NAR’S AT HOME DIVERSITY CERTIFICATION. (Orlando, Florida) March 10, 2021 – Tansey Soderstrom of The Real Estate Firm of Orlando has been awarded the At

Helping Clients and Agents in a Low Inventory Market

By~Lee Nelson Waiving some contingencies such as an inspection can put buyers at financial risk. Clients need to be emotionally prepared for the possibility of finding a home they didn’t envision. Sometimes putting in an escalation clause or a bigger earnest deposit can help make an offer stand out.  ________________________________________________________________________ Troy Thiel, CEO of The