Richard Harless

Virtual Staging

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It is general knowledge that in 2022, practically all real estate advertising will be done online. This is not just a reflection of how most people take the media now. It is also a result of the shifts brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is why virtual staging is popular and why you should … Read more

Drone Photography

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In recent times, technology has continually changed the way we do things in various areas of our lives and real estate is one of those areas. One way technology has affected the real estate industry is the advent of drones and their use in marketing houses. Here is a brief rundown of the application of … Read more

Inflation Reduction Act

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On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). As the name implies, the goal is to help reduce inflation to rates not seen in decades. However, what do homeowners, prospective buyers, and the real estate industry stand to gain from implementing the Inflation Reduction Act? Inflation Reduction Act First launched in … Read more

How to Pick a Middle Neighborhood

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Many people moving out of big cities search for suburbs that retain some of the big city feel and offer enough quiet, privacy, and peace. Areas like this are what urban planner Daniel Parolek refers to as “middle neighborhoods.” When trying to find a quiet place to live, learning how to pick a middle neighborhood … Read more

How to Add 3D Tours to Real Estate Listings

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Amongst the many effective strategies employed when listing a real estate property, 3D tours offer an equal level of convenience to everyone involved. However, to benefit from this strategy, it is essential to know how to add 3D tours to real estate listings in ways that will generate potential leads. How to Add 3D Tours … Read more

Real Estate Myths

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It is easy to turn to a friend, colleague, family member, or even the internet for real estate advice. However, most of the information you get from these sources may not entirely be true. What you get from these sources could be myths. Read on as we debunk some common real estate myths.  Debunking Some … Read more

Market Shift

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Numerous factors can lead to market shifts. There are many examples in the real estate world of market cycles. One of the most noticeable is the switch from buyer’s to seller’s market and vice versa, especially when they happen rapidly. As much as everyone wants to predict market shift timing and duration, the are usually … Read more

Is It Worth Buying a House Short Term?

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There is no doubt that the house-buying process is a pretty tasking and expensive one that requires lots of careful consideration. As a potential buyer, one of the things to consider is how long you would be living in the house. So, is it worth buying a house short-term? Is It Worth Buying a House … Read more

Best Neighborhoods in SaddleBrooke

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If you are looking to retire into a physically and socially active community, then the Saddlebrooke community is the perfect location. Breathtaking views, countless amenities, and wonderful neighbors make SaddleBrooke one of our top spots in the Tucson area. Best Neighborhoods in SaddleBrooke Unlike the rest of Tucson, the residents of SaddleBrooke are predominantly retired … Read more

Will House Prices Drop In 2022?

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In 2020, experts predicted a massive house crash following the pandemic. However, by December of the same year, an all-time low home inventory was recorded by the National Association of Realtors, leading to an increase, rather than a decrease in house prices. So, will house prices drop in 2022? Will House Prices Drop In 2022? … Read more