Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mr. President, how can we create an open, transparent, fair & affordable housing market?

Won’t you love to ask President Obama a question about the housing market or turn your complaints into a Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights?  The White House is hosting a housing Q&A online so let’s seize the opportunity to do that

Posted in Bidding wars, Bubble Hour, Change Agents, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Dual Agency Detective, Pocket Listings, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, Real Estate Roundtables, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance

Seasonality: Insider’s guide to cool deals in HOT neighborhoods

From comments thus far, looks like Boston.com readers have missed the significance of seasonality in a blog post today about buying in HOT neighborhoods. The featured buyer timed the housing market a year before the last boom / bust cycle

Posted in DIY Homebuyers, Expired listings, Fee-for-service, FSBO: For Sale By Owner, Luxury homes, Million Dollar Markdowns, Price reductions, Savings & Rebates, Seasonality, Timing the market

Whisper listings open questions, highlight benefits of Proactive House Hunting

When whispers scream my house is for sale, who needs a listing broker?  Or for that matter the MLS?  Isn’t that what Pocket Listings, Quiet Listings, and Whisper Listings have been demonstrating for the past six months in California and

Posted in Bidding wars, Buyer agent, DIY Homebuyers, Dual Agency Detective, IntentCasting, Pocket Listings, Proactive househunting, reVRM, Savings & Rebates
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