Thursday, September 3, 2009
Flickr image by Sparticus007
OK, I admit it. Sometimes don't you just feel
overwhelmed? I love listing my foreclosure properties, but I often wonder what happens to the families. Where do they go? Where do they go when they have nowhere to go? It's just overwhelming. Our homes should be places of sanctuary, of safety, of rest and relaxation. Hoping the "overwhelming" times will let up.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
A tax credit is ALMOST like money in your hands - it gets deducted directly from what you owe the Federal government in income tax. It brings you that much closer to the home your family needs; it expands your buying power and helps you build equity in a home of your own instead of spending money on rent.
But there's a clock ticking on this great incentive: It's only good until December of this year. Now's the time to start looking for that home you've dreamed of. Prices are LOW. Interest rates are LOW. And the Federal government has $8,000 to help you. Call me!
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Business as usual? No, I wouldn't say that. But with a little bit of work, understanding and creative thinking, it all came together. In the midst of all the doom and gloom proclaimed in the newspapers and on TV, two families are doing what families have always done.
Sellers - there are buyers who need what you have.
Buyers - there are sellers ready to deal.
. . . Let's get things started - Contact me!
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Monday, February 2, 2009
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Elkhart is blessed with miles of riverfront property along the majestic St. Joe and picturesque Elkhart Rivers, and throughout the history of the area, the shorelines of these graceful waterways have attracted some of the area's most elegant homes. What's so special about riverfront property? Here are some of the things residents of riverfront homes say:
- It's a source of recreation - boating, skiing, rafting, tubing, kayaking, and fishing
- It's a source of beauty - the water shimmers in a thousand different ways, catching and reflecting the light like an artist.
- It's a source of peace and quiet - as a neighbor, the river has no barking dogs or loud parties, no noisy power tools or other intrusions - just gently flowing water.
- It's a natural high - water birds swirl through the sky, fish swim, a wet universe of life teems just steps away from the hubbub of your daily grind.
- The daily explosion of color - sunrises and sunsets too glorious to describe and too compelling to ignore.
Homes on the river often cost more than comparable homes on other lots. But people who live on the river put the cost in perspective: The benefits are priceless.
I offer riverfront homes in a remarkably wide range of prices. Don't overlook the opportunity that could easily be yours - a home on the river. Contact me.