What to Expect From the Housing Market in 2021

January 5, 2021

THE CORONAVIRUS pandemic that took over much of 2020 led to some unexpected outcomes in the housing market. After a brief initial period of low activity in home sales, homebuyer activity vastly outweighed available homes throughout much of the U.S. for the remainder of the year as people sought more space, ideal home features and affordability. Now, […]


9 Projects to Kick-Start Organizing for the New Year

December 29, 2020

Each new year brings the promise of a fresh start, and after a long, hard 2020, many of us may be more ready than ever to embrace the hope that January brings. Perhaps organizing your home is on your resolutions list for the new year. If you’d like to get started but don’t know what […]


6 Easy Ways To Simplify Your First Home Purchase

December 15, 2020

Whether you’re buying an investment property or a personal residence, the first time you purchase a house can be really daunting. It seems like there are so many things to consider and so many things that can go wrong. Plus, you’ve probably heard a bunch of horror stories and know how fast the market is […]


Throwback Thursday Project

December 10, 2020

This house was a foreclosed home that was vacant for ~two years. We initially had concerns regarding the foundation of the house as there was separation from the interior walls and ceiling and hired a structural engineer to inspect the home. The foundation was determined to be ok and the cracks were the result of […]


Negotiating After the Home Inspection: 8 Tips to Get the Best Deal

December 8, 2020

Once you’ve had your offer accepted, the home inspection is one of the final steps to navigate before you can close and move into your new home. It also represents an opportunity to confirm you’re buying the quality of house you expected, and negotiate to make sure you’re still getting the best deal. And good […]


Why Credit Scores Matter & How to Improve Them

September 8, 2020

Credit scores are powerful indicators of creditworthiness and the likelihood of default, especially when applying for mortgages, credit cards, and auto loans, or when renting real estate and buying insurance. Your score can dramatically affect the cost of credit, because the price and terms you receive are (fortunately or unfortunately) based on this score. The […]


Gather Your Dream Team: Must-Have Real Estate Team Members

August 17, 2020

A successful investment business is a team effort. The best real estate teams win the most—and the best leaders surround themselves with smart, diverse, and driven people. Building a great team can seem daunting, but it’s incredibly important at any stage of the game—especially early on. Yes, your team will evolve as your business evolves—but […]


How to Take Advantage of a Seller’s Market

August 6, 2020

Any seasoned real estate agent or market observer will tell you that all real estate markets go through cycles. Your local market is no different. If you’re considering a home sale or purchase, you’ll want to identify your market’s cycle to take advantage of the best timing for buying or selling. Whether you are looking […]


1 Mockingbird Lane

August 4, 2020

Fall in love with this spacious 1/2 acre home! Located south of Artesia, in the Atoka neighborhood. This home is newly renovated & ready for your most motivated of buyers. Over-sized carport with storage area, and fenced front yard w/ room for kids & pets. Central heating and cooling, 3 bed, and 1 bath home […]


The Five biggest drawbacks of a Lender-Financed Offer

July 27, 2020

All offers are not created equally. It cannot be stated enough just how important it is to choose the right offer, not just the one with the highest price. The right offer is one that actually closes and allows you to move on from the transaction. The wrong offer has an unexpected problem at the […]